I should have noted that you can also get to Seymour by transit too. Just need to take a different bus from downtown and possibly change buses at an interchange on the shore. There are bike racks on the front of all buses that work well.
There are so many options, it will be tough to decide. If you don’t want to bother with the car rental, you can take transit (there is a bus from downtown near the seabus terminal) to Mt. Fromme on the north shore. From there you can climb up mountain highway into the forest and ride trails of all types, from newer flow trails (Espresso, Bobsled)…[Read more]
Any thoughts on whether 3 stage will be dry enough this weekend? I see there is a rocky mtn demo up there on Saturday, but am worried the trails won’t be dry enough given all this damn rain!
Glad to hear this is still coming together! Unfortunately I’m out, both due to lack of gear and going up north with the family for the long weekend, but I hope to get the gear together to join future adventures with this group over the summer! Just wishing that shipping from Outer Shell wasn’t so darn expensive.
I’m interested in the idea of bag rentals! Excited about the prospect of joining this trip, but don’t have much of the soft gear required yet. It sounds like my Rove ST would be better suited to the route than my Process 111. I’m curious what others will be using for bag setup. I’m thinking of getting a half frame bag and then voile strap a drybag…[Read more]
This is a fantastic idea. I like the suggested route too. The Humber is a great way to get out of the City. I’m interested for the May 24 weekend (May 19-21), subject to approval from the wife! Also need to get some bikepacking bags in order.