No friends on dig days

Apr 1, 2020 at 5:13
by Johannes Seehuber is a different situation for all of us

I won’t even mention the buzzwords because everyone knows what I am talking about

here is a little photo gallery from what you can do as a good distraction

I headed out to my local trail spot to do some work.

Normally I do not do this without first asking my riding buddies for support or help or joining me.

Currently there is little in everyday life to look forward to. No group rides on the weekend, no parties, no meeting up with friends, no access to bike park or pumptracks… and in general, it doesn’t really make sense to risk our health for riding bikes.

trail building is still a possibility and something mountain bike related to do without risking health, having social contacts or breaking the rules.

I rebuilt some corners, worked on draining for wet holes, and updated other parts of the trail.

After four hours of working the sun went down and I had to leave.

..and to be honest, I couldn’t resist testing out some of fresh features

I rolled down into the sunset, was thirsty and tired but more relaxed and satisfied then all the days of the last week.

The news on the car radio brought me back into reality. But while I was driving home, I thought…
Anticipation is the greatest joy… And right now, I created anticipation for the moment when I get to show my friends the progress on the trail build, the new features and berms.

I can’t wait to see their happy faces after test riding the trail.

When you enjoyed it feel free to visit my IG Page here 400 [Failed to load instagram embed]


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