Looks like I'll never do it. Although it does look like a smooth transition.
I've bought a couple of sets from the shop on the North West corner of Hastings [HTML_REMOVED] Commercial. It's called Canada Auto Racing Accessories or something like that. They've always treated me decently but they don't have free tire repairs or any other perks. I did save about $400 over other local shops on a set of tires for my truck though.
Oh and remember to haggle with them!
Yep. That one you definitely had to brake hard before it or you're landing on top of the berm.
Kram, well said. I tried to say something similar last year.
Do people think Dirt Merchant is harder than Aline? I think the step ups are easier to learn really boosting a jump as the landing is less of a shitshow if you've done something wrong.
I haven't been up to the park this year but I've always found dirt merchant to be easier than A-line. The a-line jumps have always felt more like big dj's which I've never been that good at.
We're looking to do some good ol' shuttling tomorrow on Sumas. I haven't ridden there in years and I was hoping to get some trail recommendations. Also is there an app for the trails out there?
Thanks for any info.
That section can be a little sketchy at times but it's a pretty big stretch to make into the most dangerous section. Goes to show anything can happen at any time.
I think fallon has recaptured the younger market with his skits\games. And segments about tweeting\social media speak to the current generation. The stars seem to get a good kick out of it as well added social media attention. Plus having the roots as your band doesn't hurt. But take away all of this stuff his interview style is very bland.
It'll be interesting to see what kind of show Colbert presents. Personally I like watching Ferguson the best of the current hosts.
Commercial Drive is a great area. Short commute times by bike most places in the city. Sky train is right there so you can be downtown in a matter of minutes. B-Line will take you to UBC pretty quickly. Plus like BB said great restaurants in the area plus a couple of good bars. St Augustines has an ever changing list of craft beers on tap.