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  • Phoenix Cycleworks Locals/regulars, quick question
  • Premier Icon mrdobermann
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    The weathers been pretty wet and miserable but a few dry days been forecast. How does Phoenix hold up dry up? Would be our first visit, getting into jumping but will give it a miss if it’s sketchy in the wet/don’t dry up quick.

    Premier Icon bigginge
    Full Member

    They aren’t shy about closing bits of it off if it’s too wet, so I suspect whichever bits they have open when you get there will be fine to ride. I’ve still not been round to the new sections in the gravel pit but the older set of runs near the shop are still pretty rideable even when it’s wet, you’ll just end your session covered in a fine gritty slurry from the track.

    Premier Icon bigginge
    Full Member

    Phoenix mud

    This was me after a morning session, next to the shop, last year that started out frozen but quickly melted.

    Premier Icon timmys
    Full Member

    From Facebook;

    “ Our North Summit bike park will unfortunately be closed today due to the terrible weather we have just had, our Ground Zero (Shop Side) will remain open.

    Sorry for the inconvenience,

    Phoenix Team”

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