Goodbye fall mountain biking

It was a great fall riding season, starting off a bit wet but getting into a real “Indian summer” later in October, allowing some solid trail time. “Sunny and 16 Celsius” across the board. 

I spent five days working and riding in Williams Lake, which in my opinion must be the best mountain biking in Canada (but I haven’t been to Nova Scotia yet…). At least for a tight community there are over 300km of trails in the local area alone. Fun stuff.

The valley fog was really hanging around for a while there, allowing some really cool photos, although a crazy schedule of late didn’t allow nearly enough time to tap into this. I’m a sucker for fog photography. In my opinion, the soft and diffused light offered by the mix of sun and fog is the best it gets.

Enjoy a few pics of my buddy Jared Dyck, who loves his mountain biking like a baby loves a worn-out blanket.


Posted on 11/05 at 05:29 AM | Comments