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  1. Heres a small vid, none of us really took many pics cause we were sweep riding but there are some others out there. http://s238.photobucket.com/albums/ff219/NerdFrog/Dirtbiking/?action=view&current=RouteofEvil.flv
  2. Thanks to everyone who made the trip up and Hope you had a good time!!!
  3. We, as dirt bikers, are under a huge microscope right now and this event in particular is a very sensitive subject for many non-motorized groups that don't want this, or any activity, to happen on Blue Mountain. Any participating person needs to be responsible and observe these simple guidlines: Drive slowly on local roads near the event area and keep a low profile All vehicles MUST park in assigned spots no exceptions All garbage must be taken out with you or disposed in cans provided No bikes are allowed to ride on any gravel roads behind the gates before, during, or after the event and must stay on the marked course at ALL times Helmets are mandatory 96 DB and under Thanks, BMMC
  4. Is evereyone here coming out to the event this weekend? Post up
  5. So is anybody from down here coming up for this weekend? Only a few more sleeps until the event!!!
  6. I am sorry that the pics dont do justice for you, and yes the bridges are hard in some spots but that isnt whats hard. For the begginer the place is overwhelming but for a "A" rider the place is tough to ride consistantly for any lenth of time due to the fact that most of our club members can put together a loop like this event that is almost impossible to ride without stopping and just keeps going, the technical sections on the mountain are difficult to do considering your fatigue at that point, if you were in a gravel pit and just did one of these sections and thats it then they arent so bad I suppose. Give me a PM and I will give you my # and will be happy to show you that the place has much more than some slippery wood bridges, I can even meet you at the Canada/US border to make it easier for you. Todd
  7. Its open to the public and because of the unusually heavy snow this yr you can ride 350 days a yr with the odd snow we get down low on the mtn, but at this event its open on the east side of the mountain that isnt open to the public. Heres a vid of some stuff, only the heavy wooded areas is Mcnutt/Blue mountain except for the last 20-30 seconds, its from 07' and basicly we have triple'd efforts since then on trail days/bridges ect so its not even the same from then. There are many vid's out there but this is the first one I grab'd and doesnt really show everything the place has to offer, but check out the foot rail bridges http://www.bluemountainmotorcycleclub.com/gallery/data/500/2007_A_year_in_Dirt.wmv
  8. Ya most of us are fluent in both imperial and metric.... Bring the green its no problem we are a no b/s kinda club thats all about the riding and trail maintance, just get er together for this one and you wont be dissapointed. The "A" loop is right nasty without letting you rest, once you think your good you get a right hook outta nowhere! The previous event in we had in April the very last guys that got swept off the mountain were from Washinton and although they were very beat, we were told it was one of the best rides they have ever done. Todd
  9. That pic was taken just after touch down from a wheelie across the bridge:bonk: the camera man was slow but hes real fast in the trail! Like I said before we would love to show anyone from out of town around either before or after the event the more the better!
  10. I thought I would post this here as we have had many riders from Washington and Idaho come out, Its a cut and paste from another post. Thanks guys hope to see you out there. It is in Maple Ridge BC, if you are coming from washington its about a 45min drive from the peace arch/blaine crossing or 45min from the sumas crossing its kinda in the middle of both. The trails are like the title says, we have the nastiest single track going with well over 100+ bridges, 160km trail network that is fully sign'd with government funding and stewarted by the BMMC. The course is between 45-50km's long with both A and B splits and is rated as intermedite and up, the terrian is between 400-1000+ meters and the average speed in a 4-5 hour ride including rests is 6KPM and if you never stopped its around 12KPH its tight 1-3 gear riding. The ground has fresh loam and traction is very good and all bridges are hand made split cedar. Anyone from out of town can contact me with a PM and we can arrange fully guided tours from club members before and after the ride no problem.
  11. It is in Maple Ridge BC, if you are coming from washington its about a 45min drive from the peace arch/blaine crossing or 45min from the sumas crossing its kinda in the middle of both. The trails are like the title says, we have the nastiest single track going with well over 100+ bridges, 160km trail network that is fully sign'd with government funding and stewarted by the BMMC. The course is between 45-50km's long with both A and B splits and is rated as intermedite and up, the terrian is between 400-1000+ meters and the average speed in a 4-5 hour ride including rests is 6KPM and if you never stopped its around 12KPH its tight 1-3 gear riding. The ground has fresh loam and traction is very good and all bridges are hand made split cedar. Anyone from out of town can contact me with a PM and we can arrange fully guided tours from club members before and after the ride no problem. Heres a couple of pics, enjoy.
  12. Hope to see everyone there!!
  13. One more week till the race, both the A" and B" courses are fast and have a very good mix of technical and speed, the sportsman course is very good and offers a good taste of what its like to race but without the real hard stuff beyond anyone new to the sport. Hope to see any BC riders out there this saturday. And the snow is there and is a part of the A/B course.
  14. Hello everyone, just wanted to mention that I am organizing a race this April 15th in Hope B.C. called the Bent Spoke presented by the FVDRA. It is a part of the Pacific North West Motorcycle Association series (race licence required, availible at event) http://www.pnwma.com and we are offering a sportsman class for those that are new to racing or wonder what it will be like (no licence required) and will be around 10KM long, should be good for any ability without the serious side, as well as a childrens sportsman and ofcourse a womans race class. This will be a premier event that shouldnt be missed so write it down and hope to see everyone up there. I know that there are some pretty hardcore riders here and would love to see you all. http://www.fvdra.com/2006clubdocs/BentSpoke2006_Flyer.pdf Thanks everyone!