Another great ride. A bit wetter than previous years, but I probably needed that as a prelude to Tuktoyaktuk. I certainly won’t be taking the same pair of boots north.
Gah, I’m getting way behind on my posts. Gary had a great ride that came together with a slew of riders.
Just a little “moto” ride out in west Sooke. We had some rough ideas of what we wanted to ride, and picked a hard path from the Clark area to the East Muir bridge. From there we went looking for a track that James and I had exited on (2018/03/30). We didn’t find it, instead we found a trail marked as “Something Nasty”…
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So, you pulled your motorcycle starter apart, to replace (brushes) or rebuild something, and now that it’s back together it turns great but the bike doesn’t crank over.!? Continue reading
Rob Hayward invited me to “do some technical riding” with a friend of his. I extended the invite to Mike (knowing that James was away in Washington). This was a good day of riding, much of it tight and slow single track.
Garry posted a “clean up” ride on Facebook, up Braden Main. It seemed like a good idea, cover some new turf and open (or keep open) some trail… Continue reading
I finally got enough ducks lined up that I could get out for a ride. Mike posted a picture that pointed out that Mt Waterloo is accessible, and I laid out some waypoints a couple weeks back for a possible route up the west side of San Juan river from Fleet to M-Line … which would drop me out pretty close to Mt Waterloo. It seemed like a plan.
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Todd to Fleet 600 (2016/05/21)
Fleet to Pete's pond (2016/11/20)
This was a pretty amazing ride, a quick glance at the GPX track doesn’t tell the whole story.
So, I lost my toolbag on the Saturday ride. I thought it might have been stolen at the 17 mile pub, but James and I found the straps at the east end of the powerline track in Tugwell east… The conclusion at the time was that someone must have found it….
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Saturday - Miles of single track
I wanted to put some miles on the 640. The 640 is a darn capable bike, but it is bigger, heavier, and more expensive to fix than the DRZ, all of which means I wanted a somewhat easier track.
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