I was riding with a couple of friends yesterday, and going through Randy's I commented I liked the new line. A guy in front of us, who I don't know, overheard me and said he had made it. I thanked him for his effort when I now know I should have put a stick in his spokes
Straight easy lines like that one can be good- but so are lines that make you think, use your skills, build your skills, and challenge your ability to ride MTB. Straight lines get boring, and there are miles of them out there if that is what one prefers.
Maybe I'm just kind of a purist on mountain biking. Or just irritated enough after putting in much thought, research of designs and how to make them work in our soils, and implement the time and labor into something to have someone come along and dismantle it. ;-)
I understand a racer (or wanna be) would like easy, fast, streamlined trails. But not everything is designed for a race course. Just be glad we don't live in North Shore! LOL
Workdays are available for all to learn what we do and why much time and thought is put into the design. Whoever it is should try to spend some sweat equity at that
end before taking it upon themselves to change it.