I sent my emai a couple of weeks ago. I never got to ride the TOE
and Razorback was one of my favorite trails. Then there was hardrock years ago
...... I'll due whatever I can to open and keep open some more technical and aggressive riding areas. Don't get me wrong, the trails we have here are phenomenal, but more variety is always better, and we are somewhat limited in what we can do here. LEt's just make sure we keep the users educated and respectful of what we have once it's open, wo that we can keep it open (read: the TOE). Contrary to what I have seen posted, it has been my understanding from those most involved in maintaning the TOE, that it's not the freeriders and the stunts that lead to the closure, it was those who had not paid dues and signed waivers, and were disrespectful (and at times pretty nasty) to the owner when confronted by him, that ultimately lead to the closure. Now, I'm sure there may have been other factors.
What's done is done, and all I'm saying is let's learn from it as a community, and keep this one alive!!