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Cheakamus Whistler BC – Business Time

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Cheakamus Whistler Business Time

site rencontre trans Whistler is world famous for Whistler mountain bike park. Lord of Squirrels and an old goody called Gargamel. Thanks to videos, and trail reviews these trails get the most love. Having lived there for 12 years I knew there was real gold in other areas of town, new gold was business time.

Full Report On the last day of my trip a friend of mine showed me a new cut of trail I hadn’t ridden when I was there previously.… Read the rest

Sumas – Squid Line

Squid Line Revisited

site de rencontres amis You might remember I had previously recorded and reviewed squid line.

Read Full Report Previous Experience – Squid Line

this contact form I was able to get back out to the trail late spring and my initial impressions were simply amplified. This trail is absolutely going to be one of my regular rides. Stunning terrain, gorgeously maintained trail and honestly its as hard as you want to make it.

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cherche belle veste homme Currently rated Green, I would say this well represents why the green, blue, black system doesn’t always work well.… Read the rest

Experience the Mac-Ride

Sharing Your Riding Experience with children – Mac-Ride

partnervermittlung УМberlingen Mac-ride is a new take on an old, and dare I say, outdated method to include your kids in your riding. From the old school seat over the back wheel, to the newer larger style that fit under or around the front of the bike we have had methods to carry kids for years on bikes.

The Mac-ride is an innovative variation of this with a small and lean saddle that also allows your child to hold onto the handlebars.… Read the rest

Catalyst Ride Review

Catalyst flat pedal reactions

Pedaling Innovations Catalyst Ride Report

I have had an opportunity to use these Pedaling Innovations Catalyst pedals on trails as well as playing around with general mountain bike skills. I can positively say these pedals made a difference in how I ride.

Catalyst flat pedal reactions
Catalyst Flat pedal in review, with in ride reactions

I can’t be sure it will make a difference to all riders, but as someone with larger feet pedals have always felt small, even the largest flat pedals.… Read the rest

Night Ride – Delta Watershed

Night Ride

This year I really wanted to go on my first night ride. What better spot that the Delta Watershed since I am very familiar with the terrain. The ride itself was as near perfect riding as I could hope for. Rainy, wet, foggy, everything you want when you ride in this part of British Columbia.

I started on upper trail which is a short climb to the firehouse and then a nice single track down.… Read the rest

Trail – Sumas Mountain – Squid Line

Squid Line, Sumas Mountain, BC Canada

Squid Line is rated a green, with some blue features and is a fun fast trail that rides from parking lot to parking lot in a loop. Approx 10km loop (5km up, 5km down) the trail has a lot to offer. The faster you ride the more technical it can feel.

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Music – Transpanda – Danger Renegade Snake

The fire road up, is just that, a fire road.… Read the rest

Coaching – Improve my Riding

Coaching – Backstorey

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I spent more than a few years with my bike pointed down

Will coaching be worth it? I mentioned this in my About Me however I have some experience riding. Whistler, Squamish and quite a bit of the lower mainland of Vancouver BC. I have even spent time riding in Scottsdale, AZ. I can get by and believe I am pretty good when pointed down.

About 4 months ago I found I was stagnating.… Read the rest

Review – G-Form Protective Pads for shins

The Goal – Protective Pads

To find protective pads for my shins that wouldn’t impact pedaling but still offer the protection I wanted for my shins.

Protective Pads

Padding is pretty important when riding in technical terrain. BC offers some of the most stunning and technically difficult trails. One of my biggest personal struggles is with pedal slippage due to large feet and minimum contact point. Pedals tend to be on the small size when your foot size in 15us.… Read the rest