Mountain Biking - Trespasser
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I have never been on or even seen it in person but this Whistler trail is legend. I'm not even sure I want to; I have a feeling it would be so humbling it would spoil the rest of my week. But I just found this vid and the camera work really gives you an appreciation for how steep-and-deep this sucker must be. Enjoy.
06-29-11, 10:41 AM
I thought you were legend.
My official title is Hack Without Portfolio.
I rode a trail outside of Nelson BC called the Dirt Diggler - not as many features as Trespasser- but horribly steep, incredibly fun and humbling.
06-29-11, 01:04 PM
and he was bombin it on a hardtail. Props to that guy.
06-29-11, 01:14 PM
Most definitely shows the incline. Gravity is a friend.
Will be there in a month. Will NOT be riding Trespasser.
Will be there in a month. Will NOT be riding Trespasser.If you want something en piste at WBP with plenty of steeps, go up and do Original Sin; or if you want a bit more pucker, In Deep. If you're going to be doing stuff outside the park, Ken, you owe it to yourself to ride Comfortably Numb.
06-29-11, 03:54 PM
Comfortably Numb is definitely on the ride queue. Anything that won't poke my eye out. ;-o
Be sure and do it from the north (Wedge Mtn parking lot) end. I rode (pushed?) it backwards to the top 2 years ago; will do it the 'right' direction next time. Seems like ol' Maelstrom told me once that Gargamel is a must-do too.
Class V to me. God I am such a poser:o
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