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Seymour Intermediate-ish Night Ride

I'm going to go ride Seymour to see what the conditions are like. Not sure which trail as I don't know how high we can get before the snow stops us pedaling. But ideally I'd like to ride Pingu/Pangor or Dale's/Forever After.

If anyone wants to join a last minute recon mission, you are welcome.

If anyone has been up there lately and knows the conditions, please speak up. I think it's clearing up, but it's also supposed to snow again briefly on Sat morning.

Lights still required.

Up pace will be: Normal
Down pace will be: Probably as fast as possible. :) We will take regrouping breaks on the way down if needed, of course. The weather forecasts currently doesn't look that bad actually.


All organizer(s) are volunteers who do not accept responsibility for rider safety and health state before, during and at anytime after this event.

Your Assumption Of Risk

By agreeing to participate in this ride you acknowledge that mountain biking is considered a high risk activity and injuries are a common and ordinary occurrence of the sport. These risks include and are not limited to equipment failures, weather conditions, collisions with natural and man-made objects, including, but not limited to exposed rock, trees, snow, ice, earth stumps and man made obstacles on or adjacent to the mountain bike terrain, collisions with other cyclists, pedestrians, animals, et al; becoming lost or separated from the group; failure to ride safely or within your own ability, and you accept these risks and the possibility of personal injury, death or property damage and the loss resulting therefrom due to any cause and without limitation. In the event of injury or loss, you and/or next of kin waive all future claims against the organizer(s), et al.

Organizer(s) Reservations

The organizer(s) shall reserve the right to turn away any participant who shows up without RVSP, unprepared and/or ill-equipped to handle this ride. A helmet, water, good sense of humour and a sense of fun are required no exceptions. Other required items are appropriate clothing, armor, food and a trail side repair kit.

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  • Colin G

    I have a friend coming from Onterrible on Thursday who only wants to go mountain biking. So this is why I am trying to figure out which trails are rideable.

    Normally Monday's are reserved for being tired and grumpy... but I have to make an exception this week.

    March 7, 2014

    • Fiona

      Paste a smile on your face and rave about how awesome 50 mm of rain is in a 2 hour period! Compared to polar vortexes, 50 mm of rain in 2 hours must seem like paradise.

      March 7, 2014

    • Colin G

      As an Ontario boy I really want to act tough and say "Pffft polar vortex is no big deal, we do cold all the time". And as a person living in Vancouver I really want to act tough and say "Pffft 50mm of rain is no big deal, happens all winter". But after trying to decide all night which is better? Damn, they both suck. :/

      1 · March 8, 2014

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