NCAA - DUAL CHAMPIONS!
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Actually the best thing to minimize trail damage is to NOT go around puddles. Heck, you're muddy anyways, ride through the middle of them. A puddle is a sign of existing trail damage (poor drainage) if you ride around the puddle, you will damage the trail further by widening the area. If it's not too deep just keep riding through it.
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