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Old 02-24-21, 06:29 PM
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How are the trails near Cincinnati?

I was thinking about heading down to the Cincinnati area from near Ann Arbor this weekend to ride in somewhat warmer temps than up here near A2. Are the trails clear of snow? I plan to ride from the Armleder Loop trailhead into downtown Cincinnati, possibly into Newport over the bridge, back up to the Armleder trailhead, and then make my way to the Little Miami Scenic trail via Wooster St and then back to the trailhead. In all, hoping to get a metric century in if my legs hold out.
Think I'll be good Saturday?
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Old 02-28-21, 12:21 AM
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I get to answer my own question. The answer is....GREAT! No snow, little if any wet trails/roads. Had a great time today in Cincinnati. After the ride, ate supper at Rhinegeist. In all, a great day!
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Wondering .... that since it was warmer and drier than here ... did it seem to you that there was an abundance of pedal mashers taking advantage of the unseasonable weather on their pathways?
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Wondering .... that since it was warmer and drier than here ... did it seem to you that there was an abundance of pedal mashers taking advantage of the unseasonable weather on their pathways?
Yes. A ton! So many people walking/cycling along the trails near the Lunken airport. Even more along the Little Miami Trail. At one point, I was getting worried that I would not be able to find a place to pee. Traffic seemed to thin out around 4'ish or so.
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