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    tri-city(coq,pomo,poco) roads...

    does anybody know any good cruising roads in the tri city area? i go to rocky point to enjoy the views alot, cruise down the barnet inlet and sometimes ride to whitepine beach via ioco road along side the water...but are there any other better rides in the tri city area? i live near coquitlam any suggestions around there is good...thx

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    Registered User Array maninblack's Avatar
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    i guess not ,

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    besides what you mentioned(and the thermal plant), there's not much. However, Maple Ridge and Mission have a nice selection. PM if you want to go sometime

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    is the thermal plant the private BC Hydro road?? cuz that road is awesome (well, might be sandy but almost guaranteed no traffic)

    there's also that fishery/mining road at the end of pipeline or whatever, but lots of derbis. Only good thing is that there's barely any traffic

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    Eh Muh Gawd Becky!! Array Purplekawi's Avatar
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    the ride out to Bunzen Lake is good as is around Belcarra Park. there are lots of roads in the tri-city area to rip around on. i also like the previous ones you mentioned(Barnette Inlet, Rocky Point, Ioco). take a few hrs and you will find lots of roads up in the Bunzen/Belcarra area. lemme know and i'll go for a ride up there with you now that i'm your neighbour.
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    You guys pretty much hit the best ones for the Tri-City area. MR and Mission have some wicked backroads too. I just "found" another couple out this way the other day!
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