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Old 01-19-2014, 06:12 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by kelds View Post
My thoughts - ride and camp would be great. Two nights duration is enough, and easy to fit in. I'd rather spend more time on interesting and lesser-travelled singletrack etc and less on the main FSR's. Pluses for incorporating two of the best things about BC - beautiful remote campsites on lakes and natural hot springs.
Absolutely agree but if it is open to everyone the riding has to be geared for everyone . I am no Cyril Despres but I have been riding for some time (I remember honda 70cts) Others may be on their first year of dirt, if some one organizes a group ride they need to understand this. The best mix would be some less traveled FSR, single track and maybe alternate routes for those not comfortable with the single. Although riding aggressively on some of the less traveled rough FSR's can be a hoot also
Personally I am happy to try anything as long as after the 4th time I pick my bike up there's someone there to help

This is an example of a less traveled FSR around here

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