• Member since May 17, 2010
  • North Vancouver , British Columbia
  • Female / 47

I've been riding since the early 90's and have gone from riding these trails on rigid bikes, hard tails and thankfully now on bikes with more and plusher suspension!

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Sharonb BCBR's article
Jul 1, 2014 at 18:17
Jul 1, 2014
BC Bike Race Day 2: Cumberland
Nice, Cumberland is an amazing place to ride!
Sharonb BCBR's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 14:08
Jun 30, 2014
BC Bike Race Day 1: The North Shore
nice vid! Showed the trails well! Riders sure seemed to be having fun where I was at the top of severed! Rode part of the course today, you wouldn't even though 500+ riders went through yesterday. good job BCBR!
Sharonb leelau's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 8:34
Jun 30, 2014
BC Bike Race Day 1 - Racer's Take On The Shore
Lots of different ages in this race! Every one was enjoying the moody day of north shore riding.
Sharonb RichardCunningham's article
Jun 29, 2014 at 23:20
Jun 29, 2014
Pivot Mach 4 Carbon: XC Trailbike, Wired for Speed
This would be an amazingly competent pbike and a great option for people instead of lightening up the mach6
Sharonb mikelevy's article
Jun 5, 2014 at 12:13
Jun 5, 2014
Opinion - It Should Be Hard, Shouldn't it?
IMO maintenance should be done to ensure the trail is 'safe' to ride that water isn't eroding the trail further or pooling on the trail. By Safe, I don't mean dumbed down, I mean if the trail is falling apart such that the consequence of falling is great for even the most experienced rider can be dire, or if its a rutted mess such that water is constantly running down the trail or puddling. Fix It. BUT when you are in an place where the amount of riders increases the trail WILL become easier. Best example is Boogiman on Seymour. It was always classified as a DIFFICULT trail. Don't ride it unless you can ride it, so people come and figure, how hard can it be? I'm going to ride it, then they realize its hard. Walk AROUND the stunts, if you have one or two people a week doing this, then whatever, but now you have 100's riding Seymour a week, now you can have 50 people who think they can ride this and can't, so they too walk around, next thing you know you have an established ride around. Work has been done on this trail but IMO the work was needed since things were falling apart and there was too much water on the trail. But the ridearounds are in and now a part of the trail. Is this bad? Well I think its human nature to take the easy path, if the easy option is there people will ride it. What is protecting the whistler trails from being dumbed down is that WINTER closes them every year so people aren't riding them when its really wet so water is mostly off the trails, also its relatively dry in Whistler so water erosion isn't as much of a factor as it is in North Vancouver. I think its a numbers game, the more people that ride the easier trails will become.
Sharonb srobarts's article
May 25, 2014 at 18:20
May 25, 2014
Wade's Excellent Adventure 2014 - Sea To Sky Enduro Series
Nice job, great to see the fun racing legacy of the shore live on and a part of a greater series!
Sharonb leelau's article
May 16, 2014 at 17:31
May 16, 2014
Discussion: The Pussification Of Trails
lots of options for everyone.
Sharonb mikekazimer's article
May 15, 2014 at 19:00
May 15, 2014
Opinion: Friends Don't Let Friends Ride E-Bikes
I think if people are too unfit and lazy to want to ride an ebike, they will be too weak to ride an ebike on a trail...
Sharonb BryceBorlick's article
Apr 24, 2014 at 16:46
Apr 24, 2014
Sharonb leelau's article
Mar 29, 2014 at 8:50
Mar 29, 2014
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