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Discussion in 'Canada' started by MANXMAN, Jan 2, 2009.
Very well done!
We had an JVC HD cam, and then the VHoldR Contour for the Helmet Cam.
The Kangaroo sign was after the Y of confusion (for us of least) heading towards the tighter double-track road skirting the park. Only noticed it when we stopped to grab a couple shots and a bit of water.
Really enjoyed the video especially with the music in background.
Very well done guys.
Enjoyed every minute of it!
Thanks guys, been waiting for that video.
Awsome video guys! First class job...........how many more months till BCBTR5?
Can anybody email me the .gpx route of the ride, ASAP?
Cheers in advance,
I'd love a copy of the route as well, and my thanks in advance also.
I hope to make it out for next year.
Carel Oberholzer was kind enough to submit a story about this very ride (BCBTR4) and it was published here: slackeye.com
Enjoy .. and feel free to submit any future ride-stories for the Cover or as a Sub-Feature ..
Slackeye Images Emag.
Can someone please explain to me how to get onto the KVR at Brookmere? We took a different road to Tulameen, I think it was the Coalmont Rd. I want to go back and do the KVR section this weekend.
Remember where we stopped on the old railway grade. I think you just follow the railway grade. Your coming down to Baker on saturday aren't you?
When you're at the water tower in Brookmere, just stay on the gravel trail heading southeast (don't get back on the road). The gravel trail where these pics were taken, which is right beside the water tower, is the KVR. You can follow it from Brookmere through Tulameen and all the way to Princeton.
Thanks guys. Blair I'll see you Sat morning bright and early. I'm going back to check out the KVR section on Sunday.
I get it you guys are on the KVR, we are on the road...
We made a left turn after that and must have crossed the KVR at that point. Ok I'm up to speed now.
Let us know how you liked the KVR...