When Alexander Bell invented the telephone he had 3 missed calls from Chuck Norris
They once made a Chuck Norris toilet paper, but there was a problem: It wouldn't take shit from anybody.
I haven't been riding my road bike for quite some time, but since signing up for the Ride to Conquer Cancer started to commute to work. Now I'm looking for weekend longer rides.
Can someone recommend me a route in Burnaby North area? Looking for 60 to 80k loop for this Saturday.
Other areas might work too.
2nd hypa's post.
With the pass I go for as many runs as I feel that day and don't feel guilty for not getting those extra runs to make it "worth-while", it is always worth while. I'd go at random times too, decision to go is much easier with a pass.
Can't wait for opening! Garbo was late, but totally worth it. They kept trails in such good shape up there and the temp is always a little lower up there. Like hypa said, as long as you make it more than 10 times, get one.
Can't thank you enough! The experience wtih Hagen's of Blaine was terrific,overall I saved over $100. The icing on the cake was when the agent at the border just let me through with a verbal declaration of the bike rack, I didn't have to pay tax.
I got mine here (I have the Frontloader):
plus apply coupon YAK10 at checkout for additional 10% off
I sent Hagen's of Blaine email to register before I order, Blaine is a bit better for me.
Just out of curiosity, did anyone try using this rack with a road bike? I'm doing ride to conquer cancer this year from Vancouver to Seattle, training with buddies requires driving to meet up point. For now the road bike goes in the trunk with front wheel off (easy).