Hey @sangerasong I have a few fiends who have done this race and know there is a huge squad heading there from Ontario this year. I think you’ll enjoy this event whether you ride or race it. We’ll have a few passes to that event as well. We should get out for a ride and discuss Chris!
If you are between this and the Singletrack 6 however, do…[Read more]
Hit Duffy yesterday with my neighbour and it was all-time. Fresh snow and first tracks throughout. No ice to be seen but the odd patches could be heard as they crunched beneath our wheels.
Should be mint all weekend.
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Hey @sangerasong That last trio was for the Santa Cruz Blur launch. The previous trip down to the Sierra’s was June. There is snow there until July in some places. We were not able to ride Flume or the Rim Trail in Tahoe. SoCal is good to go much earlier. Sierra’s are unreal though. Downieville is a must do. We had to hike a bike over the top…[Read more]
Slick setup @soban That thing will rip the winter wonderland. I’m looking at a set of those tires for my Salsa. They set up tubeless ok? Any squirm at low PSI?
Thanks for sharing enjoy.
Burnzee is the man. Guy is huge inspiration for me. His rides are next level and always make me want to push my limits.
I’m not really an endurance rider but have grown to love it and he was a big part of that. Even did a 120km gravel race this year, it hurt. haha
For sure join on rides, I’m all about making the most of the region and…[Read more]
It looks like a pretty good Ontario contingent is heading east to do the Quebec Singletrack Experience this year. Anyone here going? I may add this to the calendar. Nice time of year to be out that way.
The Mont Blanc trip didn’t pan out for 2018 but it’s still number one on my playlist. Watching the La Thuile stages of the EWS just makes me want it more. 25,000m of descending is dreamy.
Just pulled the trigger on a set of 45NRTH 27.5×3″ studded Wrathchild tires. I wanted a set last year but they were sold out everywhere. There are a lot of freeze/thaw days where these will be great. Could have used them yesterday. Big volume was no help but these would have been mint.
I have Dillinger 4 studded tires but many times they…[Read more]
Thanks for the update @carpetbomber That’s a real drag about the QEW, might be time to alter that lower loop. More of a lollipop at the top and bottom than an out and back.
Thanks for clearing the trails! Nice work removing the metal. Thanks! My neighbour got to the down trees in the northern loop today. What great trail fairies you guys…[Read more]
The thing about nutrition is that, much like politics and religion, people will believe what they believe. You can find anything on Google but much of that is click-bait and not based in science. Just looking at the source of many of the articles circulated on social media will reveal how prevalent this is. So abundant that it’s affecting…[Read more]
Just had my first fatbike ride of the season with my neighbour in Durham Forest. There wasn’t much snow to speak of until we got quite close to the parking lot. The trails were covered with a light dusting of snow which was great. Below that snow was shear ice, not so great. I opted not to run studs as I thought there would still be roots and…[Read more]
Dropped into the northern section of the creek as part of a bigger 60km Humber/Creek loop and conditions were pretty decent. Some wet areas obviously but overall it was pretty stellar. We weren’t leaving any ruts.
TRCA has been in there removing some trees, likely Ash. They were quite courteous about not leaving fell trees across the trails.…[Read more]
Thanks for the update @canadmos
I haven’t been to TP bud a buddy was there recently and said it was good. Rain coming this weekend but they are still having Global Fat Bike day event wth apres indoors. Its mostly sand there so should be decent.
Most other trails in southern Ontario will be pretty soft and best avoided. Might be cold enough…[Read more]
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