So, tell me if I'm doing this right then… Honzo Ti with a 140 fork, Evil
Following, and an Intense T275c… Run wide carbon 27.5s with 2.5 DHFs on the
Intense, but swap those onto the Honzo with 2.8 Rekons for winter (and special
occasions), and swap racy and burly wheel sets back and forth between the Evil
and Honzo? 1×11 throughout, and no boost to be seen anywhere!
I'm curious if i have missed some facts along the way, as the information
reported here doesn't seem to align with what has been reported elsewhere.
CBC news has the current state of affairs as follows:
"A North Vancouver woman accused of setting traps for mountain bikes on some
popular trails is expected to plead guilty at a hearing later this year,
according to her lawyer. Her lawyer Peter Martins told CBC News that Kraal
plans to plead guilty and he expects the date for the sentencing hearing later
this year will be set on Wednesday. "We will advise the court that we are
seeking dates for a guilty plea, Martins said yesterday."
(Here is the full article: )
The article here "Tina Kraal pleads guilty" seems to give off the impression
that a guilty plea has already been submitted. Have I missed something? Seems
like NSMB is jumping the gun on reporting this.
I think it's important not try to draw a line between mountain bikers and
hikers, in terms of trail rights and stereotypes of character. It's really
quite simple: don't be an entitled asshole. Respect other people's right to
use a public trail, be aware of your surroundings and blind corners, and say
'thanks' regularly. Also, don't use strava on mixed use trails. If you want to
Just wondering what the Burnaby Mountain/SFU trails are like. We are looking for cross-country trails, as our old bodies are a bit banged up lately from the North Shore trails, and we need a little break. Is it worth going up? We're happy to ride up if need be. Oh hell, if it is a little "shore-ish", we definitely won't complain. Can we get a 2-3 hour ride in? And, has development chewed up the area?