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Beaver chainsawed next to Cumberland trail

by Comox Valley Record Published: October 21, 2010 6:00 PM A beaver statue that had been carved into a broken-off tree on a Cumberland mountain bike trail was cut down and removed Sunday afternoon.

Have you seen Cumberland’s Thirsty Beaver?

by Currently Cumberland on Wednesday, 20 October 2010 at 11:43. What is wrong with people? This morning Carl Tessmann, Cumberlander and one of many who regularly is out running and/or biking in the trails, shared that the amazing carving of a beaver at the end of the upper Thirsty Beaver trail was cut down and [...]

Butte, Montana

We managed to sneak one last ride in before heading home. Butte was on the way and John had mentioned that Beaver Ponds was a great trail so we met him at International Coffee Traders in Bozeman first thing in the morning and headed out. And weather-wise, our luck had changed. It was a beautiful [...]

Sun Valley, Idaho (Day Two)

For our second ride in Sun Valley we decided take the chair to the top of Bald Mountain. We parked at the River Run Plaza, bought our tickets and headed up. It was a cloudy and windy day and the ride up the chair was definitely chilly. By the time we reached the top of [...]

Sun Valley, Idaho (Day One)

After two solid days of driving and watching the elevation steadily increase, we finally rolled into Sun Valley. On the drive there, I started to wonder what we were in for when I saw a rather large scorpion cross the road just north of Boise (I didn’t know Idaho had scorpions) but after being assured [...]

Cool Things I’ve Seen Lately…

This past month has been awesome for some rare sights on the trails. Below are photos of the cool things I’ve seen over the past month.

Back in the Saddle!

After some heavy rains, unexpected snowfalls, and aggravated injuries I’m finally back on my bike! And I’ve discovered our local trailbuilders have been fairly busy…

Specialized Women’s BG Pro RBX Short Review

In December I was lucky enough to score a pair of these shorts through a contest on the Specialized Women’s Facebook page with a stunning drawing of my favourite ride.

And still more logging…

Okay, I’ll admit it… I’ve been spending a lot of time on the couch lately with the cold weather, but I have managed to get out on weekly rides. I might have sat out last week’s ride until news came that logging was about to start on the Lower Cumberland trails once again. After hearing [...]

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