Thursday, December 1, 2016
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Stuckylife affiliate Rory O'Connell doesn't mess around when it comes to getting rad shit done and perpetually making everyone jealous. This summer was no different. Rory went "along for the ride" on the newly created 3 Sisters 3 Rivers bikepacking route. While he's not crushing on the saddle he's also a master behind the lense so some stellar imagery accompanies his epic trip report after the jump...
Saturday, June 25, 2016
|Struthers takes it all in|
Monday, May 9, 2016
With the Grand Depart for the Tour Divide just weeks away Blake is deep in preparation for his journey. When he mentioned wanting to do a shakedown ride on his tour rig, I jumped on the idea of putting a route together. The dates were set and we rolled out of town...
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Friday, February 19, 2016
“You should take the Flora main. It’ll save you a lot of time.”
Clay has a list. A lot of adventures are pursued from that list and many of those happen on the Island (I believe he has a specific section for that). So I was thrilled when talks started on a multi-day mountain bike camping tour in July 2014. Many of our friends had their name in the hat at the start of these talks but for one reason or another, Clay and I were the only ones left when the time came.
A plan was outlined if somewhat vague. The idea was to ride from Victoria to Bamfield and back. This would be done mostly on logging roads. The condition of those roads was not known but in some cases estimated questionable. The distances were somewhat unclear as well but seemed to be around the 500km mark. The climbing was also significant. Therefore we soon started referring to the ride alternately as the Bamfield500 or Bamfield Rising. To this day we have no idea of the actual km’s covered or meters climbed. It was an old fashioned tour. No computers, no GPS, no clue.
|Old Port Renfrew road. We saw a bear cup and mother around the next bend|