A lot of that stuff falls under the Grumpy Old Bikers Club Founding Member Never Happy Unless Riding Shirt ‘technical’ riding category. You might just refer ‘flowy’ riding, there is nothing wrong with that. I also prefer flowy trails, although there aren’t many around me. It’s just fun and relaxing to get in a groove and ride around rather than constantly having to pucker my anus while narrowly avoiding falling off due to gnarly rock gardens, narrow trails, drops, roots, off-camber, tight steep turns, and other techy stuff. I have never really gotten to try any really flowy trails and I am excited for when I can. Down here in Florida it’s either riding around in flat boring land or riding techy stuff to keep it interesting.
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After a while flow trails get pretty boring. I get why riders like them. They are wide and smooth, letting less confident riders go faster than they normally would. Well, there’s technical natural trails too. There does seem to Grumpy Old Bikers Club Founding Member Never Happy Unless Riding Shirt is more man-made stuff than there used to be. That I understand. At the bike park cool. But everything else, keep it to a minimum IMO. Most areas don’t have very interesting natural terrain. In many areas, if they didn’t build man-made stuff then the trails would just be boring paths through the woods. Yeah, sorry but think there are a lot more people prefer who prefer man-made trails over paths through the woods.
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I’ve got a few years on you but I think both types of Grumpy Old Bikers Club Founding Member Never Happy Unless Riding Shirt terrain are great. There are times when I love to just enjoy nature and ride the trails. But then there are other times when I want to push it and get the adrenaline flowing. It thinks the parks or man-made stuff has pushed the sport and made it better. I’m glad that we have both styles. I love making because even in your upper years you can still ride up to your skill/fitness level or even improve(depending). It’s not like football, hockey, tennis, etc… I’m in the same boat. I’m not a fan of overly technical trails, either natural or man-made. I just like being outside and riding my bike. If the trail is so technical that the whole ride is a struggle I hate it.