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Found: In British Columbia

After experiencing the trails here in BC, being a tourist just simply isn’t enough. Mountain bikers from all over the world are leaving everything behind, not to just visit BC, but to make it their home. This has created one of the most multicultural sporting communities in the world.


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 Hahaha bc in a glorified way, no one can afford to live and be free. The only way to live and be free here is to live outta a van....hope your parents are wealthy or you gonna hate wherever your actually gone settle down....
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 So far off base I don’t know where to begin.
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 Incorrect. but we should let people think that so they stay away Smile
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 Pretty true, it is so unaffordable here it's crazy. Feels like I'll never be able to afford a house in my hometown.
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 I came in 2010 to ride bikes in summer back to Spain and we got the visa in 2012 and we moved to Whistler to try just the summer ...... we still here and now we are Canadian we love the place and the community as well and the biking is the best.
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 Ruckus towing a bike - that's fantastic.
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 as soon as i saw that van on the logging road i knew we were looking at Revy! wicked edit, i love how mountain biking brings us all together.
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 Can confirm!
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 The dude from Brazil must live in a tent on the side of the road. He has to use all his funds on rear tires due to his tow rig. :-)
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 Love it! I moved to North Van from the UK. So stoked.
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