Chutes and Roots trail of Mount Harry Davis closed

Broken Spoke, Twisted Metal, and Sticks and Stones trails open

In the story “Mount Harry Davis trails open as weather permits,” published in the Houston Today June 14, 2017 issue, the mountain biking trails were tentatively open as long as heavy rainfall did not saturate the soil.

As of June 14, 2017 president of the Houston Mountain Bike Association, Zach De La Mare said, “Chutes and Toots will remain closed. Broken Spoke, Twisted Metal, and Sticks and Stones are open.”

The Houston Mountain Bike Association held a meeting on June 13, 2017 which discussed the idea to get a north shore bike rack.

“Meeting went well,” said De La Mare. “Our next plan is to get a north shore bike rack for shuttle nights. It will make it easy to get our bikes up the mountain.”

De La mare says that the Houston Mountain Bike Association is also looking into getting some maintenance equipment brush saw and rock sweeper.

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