Finding Flow on the North Shore With Jeff Kendall-Weed

by Brian Lorence April 16, 2018

Can I find my flow on a North Shore classic? Riding the North Shore of Vancouver, BC with Jeff Kendall-Weed!

 

Written by Jeff Kendall-Weed

"Flowing" a trail means finding motion and grace even when things are slippery, steep, and unpredictable. Vancouver, BCs north shore is infamous for its trails that are exactly that. Unable to ride the bikes of the time on the rugged terrain, riders began to build bridges over the gnarled roots and jagged rocks to simply get down the mountain. Even with the woodwork, the trails are still a challenge today!

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