One of the most popular trails at the Sandy Ridge Trail System is Rock Drop, a flowy jump line that begins with its namesake rock skills filter. At the end of the line you can take a return trail up to session it again, head left to 338 to head out or continue on down Quid Pro Flow.
Quid Pro Flow contains the most diverse features of the system with a bit of everything Sandy Ridge is known for: root and rock gardens, bermed turns as well as roller and table top jumps.
However, the trail has fallen from favor; many of the berms — small to begin with — have become rocky blown out ruts. Jump lips are worn down with rocks exposed in the faces of the jump lips. A recent trail work party was a welcome opportunity to begin revamping some of the lines, and start to bring the fun back.
Berms were reshaped, old alternative lines were weeded and uncovered and drains were put in place. Rocks were dug out of jump faces and lips were shaped and re-packed. We even added a few alternative bits here and there.
The trail could still use a good amount of love, but every little bit helps. Hopefully after the next few trail work dates we can get the trail back to its former glory.