1. Rapha Rising ride #3.

     
  2. Rapha Rising ride #2 up Cypress.

     
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  4. NightridersYVR July 15 sunset ride to Whytecliff.

     
  5. 4am Cypress sunrise climbs are the best. Especially when providing team support for our friend Pete who completing his Everesting ride. Climbing 8,848m in one ride over 15+ hours we rode with him on his 6th out of 13 climbs. He succeeded that evening finishing in 14.5 hours with 8990m and 287km under his belt. Huge props to him!

     
  6. Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix 2014. 

     
  7. True Triple Crown: Part 1 Seymour Mtn 

    It’s was the only ride that I ever thought of whenever I looked across at the North Shore here in Vancouver. With a combined climbing of about 3400 metres up three mountains over 140km, it was the one ride that always wanted to cross off the list. Starting in Vancouver one climbs the three mountains of Seymour, Grouse and Cypress on the North Shore, each time returning to the base before attempting the next. Each climb on is decent on its own, averaging 8% and are popular with the local cycling community, but linking them together is where the magic is. Especially given that Grouse is a gravel road. Yes, an 8% gravel service road up to a ski hill.

    After three years of wanting to attempt it, the day finally came on July 21st. At 6am on a blue sky saturday morning Alex, Matt, Peter and myself departed. Rolling east to west we tackled Seymour, Grouse and Cypress over the course of 7.5 hours of riding. Three flats were encountered, a low number given that 30km was on gravel with 23c tires, an average of 2 coffees were downed and countless Clif Shot Bloks were consumed but in the end we accomplished it. A truly epic ride. 

    Strava: http://www.strava.com/activities/156483272/

    More in the comments.

     
  8. True Triple Crown: Part 2 Grouse Mtn 

    It’s was the only ride that I ever thought of whenever I looked across at the North Shore here in Vancouver. With a combined climbing of about 3400 metres up three mountains over 140km, it was the one ride that always wanted to cross off the list. Starting in Vancouver one climbs the three mountains of Seymour, Grouse and Cypress on the North Shore, each time returning to the base before attempting the next. Each climb on is decent on its own, averaging 8% and are popular with the local cycling community, but linking them together is where the magic is. Especially given that Grouse is a gravel road. Yes, an 8% gravel service road up to a ski hill.

    After three years of wanting to attempt it, the day finally came on July 21st. At 6am on a blue sky saturday morning Alex, Matt, Peter and myself departed. Rolling east to west we tackled Seymour, Grouse and Cypress over the course of 7.5 hours of riding. Three flats were encountered, a low number given that 30km was on gravel with 23c tires, an average of 2 coffees were downed and countless Clif Shot Bloks were consumed but in the end we accomplished it. A truly epic ride. 

    Strava: http://www.strava.com/activities/156483272/

    More in the comments.

     
  9. True Triple Crown: Part 3 Cypress Mtn 

    It’s was the only ride that I ever thought of whenever I looked across at the North Shore here in Vancouver. With a combined climbing of about 3400 metres up three mountains over 140km, it was the one ride that always wanted to cross off the list. Starting in Vancouver one climbs the three mountains of Seymour, Grouse and Cypress on the North Shore, each time returning to the base before attempting the next. Each climb on is decent on its own, averaging 8% and are popular with the local cycling community, but linking them together is where the magic is. Especially given that Grouse is a gravel road. Yes, an 8% gravel service road up to a ski hill.

    After three years of wanting to attempt it, the day finally came on July 21st. At 6am on a blue sky saturday morning Alex, Matt, Peter and myself departed. Rolling east to west we tackled Seymour, Grouse and Cypress over the course of 7.5 hours of riding. Three flats were encountered, a low number given that 30km was on gravel with 23c tires, an average of 2 coffees were downed and countless Clif Shot Bloks were consumed but in the end we accomplished it. A truly epic ride. 

    Strava: http://www.strava.com/activities/156483272/

    More in the comments.

     
  10. Super Champion Ride.

     
  11. NightridersYVR June 4th line up.

     
  12. NightridersYVR June 4th.

     
  13. NightridersYVR June 4th.

     
  14. NightridersYVR June 10th.

     
  15. NightridersYVR June 10th.