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Skelu’la7, Chain Link connection

  Having recently ridden a few of the big Mt. Currie area epics, (Wild Bill, Jack The Ripper, Resurrectum) I wanted to re-visit the Trappers descent on the Chain Link. Despite 6 or 7 switchbacks that need re-shaping (this is an old horse trail being refitted for Bikes) and a few steep tech sections, this […]

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Wild Bill update

If you were at the PVTA fun’raiser back in July you’ll know that there is a movement for the PVTA to expand it’s boundaries out to the Duffy Lake Road. This road gives us such great access to the mountains, all we need is more trails. The first step in that movement has begun as […]

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Jack the Ripper, Memorial Ride. Sunday Sept. 18th

The Trail now known as Jack the Ripper actually started about 10 years ago. Local trail legends and visionaries Sandy, Potsy, and Jeff were the first to see the vision of a trail from the Cell Tower down the beautiful open ridge to the bottom of Reid Rd. Back then it was known as Titties […]

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Chain Linked

The Chain Link Trail, from Little Owl Lake, past the Chain Lakes and on to the Birkenhead River Road, is finally linked. This crazy project has been in the works for about 8 years now. With generous funding from the PVTA and PWA the link of these trail systems has finally been made. The Chain, Fowl, […]

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F.T.W. update on JTR

Ozzy Howell and J Foon joined the numerous groups giving Jack the Ripper (Jack Hannan memorial trail) a first try for the year. It’s been a long wait with the big snow year and cold spring, early summer. The Ripper rode great, there was a bunch of blow down mid trail, like sooo mid trail […]

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JTR – Pat Mulrooney photos

Some AWESOME photos by Pat Mulrooney of Jack the Ripper. http://patmulrooney.blogspot.com/2011/07/jtr-pembyworx.html    

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Clean up on Let it Go

Let it Go has received a big clean job. All the rocks have been picked and the side hill re-established where folks had fallen off the trail. Loose treads have been nailed down on the bridge and the trail is now in great shape.

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Gravatrout Buffed!

Friday July 22nd Foon Trail Works rebuilt all the corners and catchers mitts on Gravatrout, got down on our knees and buffed Gravatrout from top to bottom. Although the new Pemby trail map lists Gravatrout as a double black diamond, the same rating as it’s legendary neighbor Gravatron, there is no comparison to the two […]

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No Dirtbikes on Middle Earth Trail

There has been several reports of dirt/motor bikes on the Middle Earth trail.  This trail is a hiking / biking trail only as it was not designed or built for motorized use!  Please let your friends and neighbours know that the continued use of motor bikes on this trail will cause excessive trail damage and impact […]

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2011 PVTA T Shirts

First seen at the Fun’Raiser, now available at Bike Co.!  Gildan T Shirts printed by Ulla at Limelight Screenprinting…… $20!   Women’s – Small, Medium, Large, X-Large Husqvarna Orange on Charcoal Shirt or Grey on Light Purple Shirt     Men’s – Small, Medium, Large, X-Large Husqvarna Orange on Black Shirt or Cream on Green Shirt (!?!)

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