About MeMatt is a staff writer at Singletracks and lives in the Front Range of Colorado.
My Bikes 2
Bear creek trail and road via Strava
I think that's a good question, and probably both, as land management agencies can grant varying numbers in hunting permits year to year, based on population of animals.
Afternoon Ride via Strava
Falcon and Lair w. Nick via Strava
Beginning of Grapevine. GPS died via Strava
Hey Jonathan, good question. Hard to say...From my experience riding in BC, it depends. I did BC Bike Race and rode a lot of stuff closer to Vancouver/Island and Squamish that the Tallboy would have excelled at. The geometry is there, for sure, and 120mm of travel covered most all of it. Up in Whistler…
You're probably right, there are an overwhelming amount of choices. But, I suppose better to have too many than too little.
As of right now, we haven't heard anything new, but will check into it. Thanks!
I haven't had any problems with wiggle or wobble. It is on the heavy side, but haven't touched the hitch pin since I installed it and it is tight as a drum.
White Rim day 3 via Strava
White Rim day 2 via Strava
White Rim day one via Strava
Floyd hill w. Chris via Strava
Thanks, Craige. I really appreciate that.
Haha good question. They are small areas within a greater climate that see different weather patterns and have their own climate which is different than the surrounding area.