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    Registered User Array evzbc's Avatar
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    Good destinations?

    sappening everybody!

    My bro and are both absolutely loving our first season riding, and though he knows the area a little better then myself, I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for some good places to ride too.
    We've rode to White rock, thinking of doing Cultas, but if anyone knows some decent scenary, anywhere between 1-5 hours in the lower mainland...Please post!

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    uh.. check the rides posted in goin for a ride.

    squamish, earl's cove, the various loops, harrison, mt baker..

    first star on the right. straight on til morning. point the bike and go!

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    Wear proper gear pls ;) Array R1 GIRL's Avatar
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    Head to Earl's Cove on the Sunshine Coast with the group heading out on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.! It's twisty, beautiful and fun to ride the ferry over. Perfect for the amount of time you want to spend too, getting out of town, but not going too far.
    Jody - R1 GIRL
    R.I.P. Ethan, Bog, Dan, Cody, Ralston and my angel in the sky, Julia - my friends, all of you will be loved and remembered forever

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    Fast Pack Slow Guy Array Tattoodles's Avatar
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    Lynn Valley represent WHAT?
    A privileged sufferer settling for an Italian motorcycle
    Short rides (1 to 2 hours):

    Bunsen Lake, Port Moody
    White Cliff Park via Marine Dr., West Van
    Alouette Lake, Maple Ridge
    Pitt Lake, Pitt Medows
    Mt. Seymour, N. Van
    Cypress Bowl, W. Van
    Britannia Beach

    2 hours +

    Harrison Hot Springs
    Mt. Baker (Washington)
    Earl's Cove


    Tofino (island)
    Port Renfrew (island)
    Lund (sunshine coast)
    Lilooet Loop (Vancouver - Whistler - Lilooet - Lytton - Hope and back)
    Astoria, Oregon, via Port Townsend ferry and the 101 (Washington)
    101 Loop: Port Townsend ferry - Port Angeles, ride the 101 northward around Olympia National Park and loop all the way around through Forks, Aberdeen and back to Port Townsend.

    2 days +

    Port Hardy (island)
    Salt Spring Island (not far but you'll want a day to explore the island)

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    blah Array exodus23's Avatar
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    Nanaimo BC
    all the roads on the Island suck, stay away
    Put on your big girl panties and deal with it!

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