Thank you to all of the volunteers that took the day of the event to work it and all of the legwork and prep work for the event. I tried to slow down and thank all of you as I passed. If I missed a couple, THANK YOU! If it was done by chance then great. But if it was done thru planning Kudos. The first option being a "B" was a smart move in my book. It worked for me. I don't know the damn differences between the options. Riding the "B" and seeing what was in store for the rest of the "B" options put my day into scale. Finishing the first "B" was not impossible but I was overworked and out of my depth. Arriving at the first "C" option meant a quick decision. I questioned "Do I just really suck at this and "Cs" will be just as horrible as "Bs?" I did the first "C" option figuring if it stunk as well I would just do the main loop but if it rocked I could do all of the remaining "Cs". IT ROCKED! It was tight. There were rocks and obstacles. The rain and wet ground was great. There was a bit more clearing and a slightly longer sight line. With being able to see a bit further I could adjust my timing and flow. I didn't have any flow in "B", but can't wait to make that level of technical riding my norm. Snake Hill Option was my favorite of the ride. The back end downhill section of it was exciting. I have never been on anything as long with that grade and type of terrain. It was a great last option and one that will take me a while to forget. The arrows along with roll-chart and GPS was more that enough to figure the road out. This was my first event that had both options and as a guy that leads packs (not for skill or speed but because I have a GPS and use it a lot) it was FANTASTIC. Not only did I have my purple line to follow but even when I wasn't keeping my odometer aligned I could get a hint for the next turn, or a description of the option that was coming up. When I got a little turned around on the second half I asked a pack of riders what loop they were on. Once I ran into a pack that was riding the second half I followed them and got back to the main loop. Got back to the main loop, yes I had to do that because I wasn't loading the tracks provided for the options. So again thank you, the options were hard enough to ride and have fun while also figuring out the loop without the gps! The warnings for speed that were highlighted in yellow worked well as well as the WRONG WAY or WARNING signs. Thanks for picking a darker color for the tee shirt. They are worn at work and as a mechanic they don't look so great after a couple dirty jobs. The smaller logo up front and full logo on the back is also a good move. I consider this event my "riding report card" and I am pretty damn happy with my growth. Sadly it only comes the hard way. There isn't much rocky enduro single-track in my area so events that take place in PA are pretty much my practice and reporting. Is it MORE 2021 yet? Can we get a multi day event like 2019 again? Thank you again to all that worked and rode the event.