And re the electrical tape discussion, I always have a strip a couple of feet long stuck to the underside of my top tube. It’s proven helpful more times than I can remember.
I wish I could ride there every weekend, Dave. Spending five hours on the road per round trip isn’t bad when you consider how spendy it can be to rent let alone own a home in either resort town. Hotel room rates are more reasonable off season in the nearby town of Cochrane which is less than an hour drive to Canmore.Just keep clicking that shutter! I can’t imagine being able to ride in that scenery whenever I felt like it.
Yes very true, I get to ride all year round with only ocassional dangerous conditions and I'm always very thankful of that! I always look forward to your off road riding in the snow, its just spectacular!Lol. Even on a somewhat dreary day, the scenery on your local rides along quiet backroads is to die for. Chances are you’ll still be on the road in late October while I’ll be pondering when to swap over to studded rubber in preparation for the first snowfall.
Still, those elevation gains of yours’s are incredible. Sure you aren’t knocking back one too many of these?Yes very true, I get to ride all year round with only ocassional dangerous conditions and I'm always very thankful of that! I always look forward to your off road riding in the snow, its just spectacular!
My gawd man... Stunning scenery and ride... beautiful!Here’s a not so quickie vid of our out-and-back road ride from Canmore to Castle Mountain Junction. It encompasses both legs of the ride hence its lengthy run time.