BlackRubi previously posted:
"Even avoiding Webster and taking the left hand turn coming off of Red Cone gets a little hairy. The switchbacks got a little tippy and nerve racking coming down after the stockers run."
It was the wrong run for a 'stockers' run, especially considering we had quite a few 'newbies' to Colorado wheeling for just this reason. This isn't what I would call a 'newbie' trail. That kind of trail 'newbie' or stockers should have optional bypasses for hard sections that people can avoid if they are uncomfortable with them.
We don't like tippy, nerve wracking, off camber stuff on shelf roads where a mistake is not an option and we are experienced. I have wheeled for 40 years and LaDawn for 3 and we didn't like some of the sections on Red Cone.
Let's not make the same mistake next year..