Sunday Seymour Shuttle (strong intermediate/advance­d)

Sunday Shuttle of Mount Seymour

Planning on doing a couple laps, or more if people want to.

First lap: corkscrew, pingu, pangor. Maybe another route for the second lap. Dale's trail is fun with some natural, pretty technical sections--a possibility for the second lap. there was a trail day last weekend on pangor, so it should be in great condition.

Due to vehicular logistics, this ride is open to anyone who has a vehicle that can carry 2 or more bikes. if you don't have a vehicle that can carry 2 more more bikes, pedaling up old buck trail is always an option if people want to arrange that here and create a second group. If you rsvp, please state how many bikes and passengers you can accommodate.

strong intermediate/advanced skill level. we'll ride at a moderate pace.


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, armour, food and a trail side repair kit.

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  • bart p

    for those who haven't ridden the north shore, please note that this is quite a bit more advanced than burnaby mountain or a lot of other places -- steeper and more technical, so please keep this in mind. i dont want anyone to get in over their head.

    1 · April 20, 2013

    • esmbunny

      Glad to see I am not quite loosing all my marbles in my old age. :-D C-Buster is all about incredibly steep tight switchbacks into steeper transitions into more corners. At least that's what I have to pay attention to, so that's what I remember. There's also a scary rotting twisting ladder bridge near the very start as a possible option, I think. Last time I rode it a slat or two broke, lol. For some reason, no one else would follow me.

      April 26, 2013

    • bart p

      the steep technical switchbacks pretty well describes the highlights of it for me. it was pretty tricky.
      there were some a frames and old wooden stunts that looked that they'd seen better days. the twisting ladder bridge at the start was out of commission. the top of the trail had a bunch of muddy sections and the bottom was getting sketchy from being dry and dusty.
      it's on my list of trails to ride again :)

      1 · April 26, 2013

  • Dallas

    Another great ride by Bart. Girls, mechanicals and a blizzard kept us to one lap, but a great lap it was. I look forward to the next ride!

    April 21, 2013

  • bart p

    thanks for joining the ride everyone. not as long a ride as hoped due to mechanical trouble and then rain, but fun nonetheless.

    1 · April 21, 2013

  • bart p

    see y'all tomorrow. my number is[masked]-7737. text/call if you are going to be late or can't make it.

    April 20, 2013

  • Kyle

    Hi Marsh, can you accommodate my bike on your rack tomorrow? I'd love to go for a ride but don'y have a rack...

    April 20, 2013

    • Kyle

      What is rendezvous?

      April 20, 2013

  • Andrew G

    2 bikes and five seats

    April 20, 2013

  • bart p

    Can everyone post how many bikes and people their vehicles can fit?
    I can take 2 bikes and 4 people total.

    April 20, 2013

  • Oscar

    I've got room for two bikes and five passengers

    April 20, 2013

  • esmbunny

    These trails all go down... and require some wood and minro skinny riding. Depending on second lap options there can be some minor pedaling, but a shuttle is all about down. :-)

    1 · April 20, 2013

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