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Old fashion pictures from the first park I got to know on the ol’ Trek Y-22 Mountain Bike. In October of 2005, Hurricane Wilma brought South Florida to a standstill as it swept through as a Category 3 storm. Of the five trail systems serving a population of over 5 million, three sustained heavy damage. Quiet Waters Park, in Deerfield Beach, saw the worst damage, the result of a direct hit by the hurricane. Most of the trees were knocked down and many of the standing trees were damaged, leaving a situation in which individual extraction of the felled trees would be both cost prohibitive and very dangerous. Bulldozers were brought in to remove the trees, leaving a barren landscape in their wake.
The first lesson mountain biking teaches is how to fall. The second getting back up again. The resilience of mountain bikers is illustrated in one of the mostly unlikely places – South Florida. Facing extremely limited park space, and an obvious lack of mountains, a group of mountain bikers created trails that would become the hub of one of the largest mountain bike communities in the country. When the area was hit by an unprecedented series of hurricanes in 2005, the tenacity of the community would determine whether mountain biking would continue to exist in South Florida. ~IMBA