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FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 30, 2021 at 12:05
Apr 30, 2021
Photo Story: Exploring Vancouver Island's Varied & Unique Trail Network
@islandforlife: I (Will) am a bit of a purist and eat them separately, but maybe I’m the weird one.
FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 21:44
Apr 29, 2021
Photo Story: Exploring Vancouver Island's Varied & Unique Trail Network
Sometimes we want to leave people to explore for themselves. That, and we didn’t want to repeat recommendations from our previous island article that also featured some of the longer Cumberland trails. To be perfectly honest- the climb trail is certainly an invaluable asset and provides a fast/easy way to the top that’s better than climbing up the road. But, it does resemble a sidewalk through the woods and the experience leaves something to be desired. I love some good ol’ fashioned tech climbing and prefer my climbs to be as stimulating as my descents. Some people like ice cream with their pie, we like tech climbs.
FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 21:02
Apr 29, 2021
Photo Story: Exploring Vancouver Island's Varied & Unique Trail Network
Andrew has been pushing very progressive coffees for several years. Regardless of our end destination it’s our first stop off the ferry every time.
FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 21:00
Apr 29, 2021
FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 13:17
Apr 29, 2021
Photo Story: Exploring Vancouver Island's Varied & Unique Trail Network
We wouldn't want it any other way. They are great people, doing great things.
FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 10:40
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FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 10:39
Apr 29, 2021
FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
Apr 29, 2021 at 10:39
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FreeRadicals FreeRadicals's article
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FreeRadicals edspratt's article
Apr 26, 2021 at 19:36
Apr 26, 2021
Manon Carpenter Announces Move to Specialized & Sustainable Trails Project
@TannerValhouli: Funny enough, they should actually be able to pay us MORE. Turns out the majority of people seem to be willing to pay more for products that are produced in a sustainable way. From that same Duke Study sited above - "Over 75 percent of respondents said they would pay at least five percent more for a sustainably produced bike, and 57 percent would pay at least ten percent more. This provides strong evidence that there is a market for sustainable bikes."
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