I'm a Gomer
rode in Knox Mountain Park. view ridelog
Mar 19, 2017 at 16:50Mar 19, 2017
rode in Kelowna. view ridelog
Feb 25, 2017 at 13:30Feb 25, 2017
kkse mikelevy's article
Feb 16, 2017 at 10:55Feb 16, 2017
Is It Still A Ride If You Don't Leave Your House?
I haven't read past the first paragraph and already feel compelled to comment. I too did the ride in all kinds of weather in my younger days. Partly due to the fact that I only had one vehicle and young kids that my wife had to care for which left me commuting in all kinds of weather. I can tell you that the novelty wears off after a few years and a few close calls with all manner of pedestrian and vehicle. I now cheerfully leave winter riding to the "tough guys", lol.
kkse dbaker's article
Feb 14, 2017 at 12:04Feb 14, 2017
Deity: A Bike Industry Love Story
Thank you Pinkbike. A great story about the people that make biking great. Also, I need that garage!
kkse bcpunk's article
Feb 6, 2017 at 11:50Feb 6, 2017
From the Ashes: Okanagan Valley
This just adds to an already thriving local scene. Glad to see more trails saved. Nice work MTBCO.
kkse BCBikeRide's article
Jan 30, 2017 at 12:49Jan 30, 2017
BC Bike Race Announces BC Bike Ride – The Ultimate Road Trip
Bucket list now has a new number 1 on the list.
kkse mattwragg's article
Jan 2, 2017 at 16:45Jan 2, 2017
The Interview: Yoann Barelli
Right shoulder here many many years ago thinking I could jump like the experienced riders. First hard lesson I learned.
kkse canadaka's article
Dec 8, 2016 at 6:30Dec 8, 2016
Trailforks Tutorial: Road Trip Planner
Thank you for making the best app out there for finding your way to trails and along the trails. This is such a useful app.
kkse influxproductions's article
Dec 2, 2016 at 14:37Dec 2, 2016
Freeriding Through a Burnt Out Forest - Video
Cool intro. The fire was a bad thing for many reasons. But, one good thing that came out of it, was a renewed energy to build trails. I know that was the case for my father inlaw. We didn't know where we were going to ride because the word was that all the good stuff had been lost to fire. So, we went looking for areas to build and as one thing led to another Ken T. started to build some really great fun trails that were built for fun instead of the 10-20 pro level riders. I'll never be able to thank him enough for the good times and the super fun trails he has built over the years here in Kelowna.