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Discussion in 'Canada' started by borscht zanetti, Apr 26, 2019.
checking out Ymirtrials country
You've found a place where the sun don't shine
Returning home from watching the flat track races in Drumheller a couple of weekends ago:
Nice pic Sector. I recall some ride report you posted at DSBC sometime back, about riding to a couple of the lookouts.
Thanks. This is one of the previous LO's I visted. We go back every year. My parent's ashes were buried there. What a great place to go to honour and remember them. Kudos to 4WDABC for maintaining the road and lookout.
Have you been in Calgary long enough to remember Elite Motorcycle?
Is that the Dempster, Nick?
Oh yes - I bought my first Laverda from Heinz at Elite back in '81.
Funny story about my first visit to Elite. I had heard from a friend that they had a Ducati Pantah 500 on display in their showroom, and I thought it might make for a nice bike for my girlfriend at that time. I popped in after work to check it out, but my eyes were immediately drawn to a Laverda 1000 sitting in the corner... Heinz could read me like an open book. He fired the big triple up in the showroom and I was sold. Came back a week later with $$ (bank loan in 1981... I believe my interest rate was around 21%) and my girlfriend broke up with me shortly afterwards. That was a great summer :)
Well spotted. If you missed the original post: https://advrider.com/f/threads/west...72-moto-guzzi-video-added-08-08-2019.1392737/
The full story is in my latest book...........
Above Ymir past the gun range , checking out some ski areas in the bonnington.
Winter is making an early start....
We had to go up and up last weekend to find winter on the island
Don't have to try very hard around the Kootenays......
I suppose, when you live at 2500ft vs sea level..
Snow is great when you have to go looking for it.
This is a great thread! Get's me inspired so I can't wait until 2020 for more adventures!!
Meadow Mtn in July:
Got 3 days of riding in, 20C and amazing fall colours in North Western Ontario and Northern Minnesota. Friday there was 35cm of snow.