You misunderstood my post entirely.
Ned's is NOT a highway, and portions have changed a great deal, that's what I said. But there's many areas on Ned's that have not changed. To fix it up, anyone can make it as technical as it already is without making it into a highway. If you rode Ned's on a short travel bike, or on a DH bike at speed, you realize that it is a gnarler.
Also, I am not dismissing trail work at all! Re-read my post. The trailwork that has been done to Joyride for example is A GOOD THING! That's my point, the work on there has not made it into a highway.
Ladies used to have far more traffic before Todd fixed it up 2 years ago. Remember how technical it was? It still is somewhat. Bogey Man sees at least as much traffic as CBC. Your perception of what's being ridden is obviously being skewed.
So don't tell me or others who agree that we want to ride a paved trail when we don't (everyone wants to ride it???). I think you need to ride harder trails and learn to appreciate them for how unique they really are. If you don't like it, either learn how to ride them, or move to Kamloops, but don't make blanket statements on a demographic you have no idea about.
Everyone does not like paved trails. Are you reading my posts at all?
lesbiens, and I don't mean the good kind.