Wiked jump trail on Burke
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Any good recommendations for this? Tired of getting my assholed puckered by the con artists at ICBC.
This ones better anyways
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Were you going for irony there? Cause I couldn't finish that song.
Makes fun of metal band
posts hard rock after
when there inst an accident that shuts the road down for 5 hours.
which seems to happen once a weekend.
Hahahaha true enough. At least once the barrier goes in it'll only shut down ONE side of the highway when a retard inevitably drives into it.
Lack of barriers wasn't the problem, lack of driving skill was.
It's almost like people forgot you can hop off your bike and lower your seat real quick!
You must have a freaking fast car.
Takes me 45 minutes max to drive into downtown victoria.
Whereas bussing and using the skytrain is a huge pain in the ass cause of waiting for busses(and missing busses), transfers, waiting for skytrains, all that bullshit. Takes longer to get somewhere that is actually a shorter distance than Duncan to Vic.
close proximity to biking [HTML_REMOVED] boarding, walking distance to everyday amenities (shops, markets, etc), and generally all the cool stuff that comes with a major urban center - a diverse array of great restaurants, pubs, arts [HTML_REMOVED] entertainment venues, and all the associated events. i'm a big fan of (good) urbanism, and we've got a pretty nice example here. the fact that it's snuggled up against the north shore mountains is what makes it an unbeatable combo - for me. the most compelling alternative place i've seen so far is nelson, but i'm not sure i like the isolation of the location.
yep; there's a steady stream of bikes coming out of that place. yapped at a guy w/ a nice m9 the other day.
Thats what I like about living here in Duncan, 3 major trail networks within 10 minutes of my house. Sure I'm not I'm pretty damn far from mount washington but I'm not a winter person so it's fine by me!
But I'm close to all the shopping I need, and with Victoria/Nanaimo literally a 40 minute drive away, I'm close to all the "big city" restaraunts and entertainment stuff. It seems like it's quicker for me to drive to Victoria than it is for someone to bus from one area of van to the other.
there's def. no way i'd buy into the current market for sure. that said, i wouldn't trade the access to amenities (that serve my personal interests) i have now over a pimp house elsewhere. i could see moving in the future, when i'm olden perhaps, but i've yet to find that mix of qualities that would compel me. changing demographics / gentrification of the neighbourhood may eventually play a role in shifting my current perspective; things are certainly changing as prices inflate.
Just curious, but what sort of amenities are you talking about?
location, location, location.
I'll take 3.8 acres and a massive house over living in any of the shithole areas in vancouver.
Gotta be retarded to wanna live there these days.
Ryders "shore" are really good and only like $50
Yup. Double paned lenses and the second you start moving, any small amount of fog that's built up disappears. 20 times better than oakley goggles.
More scratch resistant too!
uh, that's Yakima's Frontloader, no? I have same rack, and it said Frontloader on the box. Great rack for factory rails. If you have Yakima rails, than the Highroller is a better connection to the rails.
hahaha d'oh, yea it's a frontloader, I always get the two mixed up