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Fast and Far
Joined: Apr 2008
Location: Merrickville, Canada
Northern Quebec Canada
Where to go for a week trip based out of
The Trans Labrador highway was the plan but with its completion set for next year it seemed a shame to go and do it this year. So where to? Dan sends me an email with a link to the Trans Taiga from Wikipedia.
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The road's northeastern terminus is almost at the 55th parallel, making it the northernmost continuous road in
As the name of the road indicates, this road winds its way through
Within minutes I had replied to Dan saying count me in one hundred percent. A few emails back and forth and we decided to invite some folks from advcanada.com
This website opened up a while back as a way for folks from our neck of the woods to meet like minded people and to share riding areas with. Basically it’s an email distribution list that you can use to find people to ride with or to share new areas. A group ride usually takes place once a month and can have as few as 2 to as many as 15 people show up. It’s turned out to be a great resource.
Within a few days Stephen replied and said he was definitely in. Chris responded that if his trip to
Many, many emails bounced around for a few weeks on routes, times, camp locations, sites to see, departure dates and what not. A meeting over pints at a local pub was set and logistics were sorted out. Most of us didn’t know each other to well other than a few off-road days during the summer so everyone kind of got a feeling for who each other were.
The trip was determined to be a 7-9 day ride with a few destinations as the goal. The first goal being to dip our tires into James Bay which is a part of the
In total the plan was for approximately 1900 km of gravel roads and 2700 km’s of pavement in one week.
Here is our proposed route
After much packing and planning we are set to go. Typically I am the kind of guy who packs the morning before leaving, but on this trip we are heading to some pretty isolated areas where buying missing items may not be feasible. That being said I forgot to pack a few items even though they were on the “to pack list”, arg.
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Deadly99 screwed with this post 09-21-2009 at 10:40 AM
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