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    Buckwallow

    Is anyone interested in riding Buckwallow on a Saturday? I am closer to 50 and a recreational rider (read slower on the trails). I have pretty good skills, not just that fast anymore. I live in Mississauga and will take care of gas and pick up any one interested.

    Let me know and we can arrange something. I can take two additional people in the my truck, and maybe push a third if a group is interested.

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    Now that sounds like an awesome offer ! I would love to go however I am going to a camping trip this weekend with the family.

    If you end up going with a group be sure to take some pics

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    It does not have to be this Saturday. The offer is for any Saturday. I figure it will be better than a Sunday when you would have to fight of cottage traffic.

    On another note: How busy is it there on a Saturday? Would it be safe/advisable to do solo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by secret agent View Post
    It does not have to be this Saturday. The offer is for any Saturday.
    Then I might take you up on that offer. Gotta make the best of this weather while it lasts, soon it is snow blower season again

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    They get quite a few riders there Saturdays. Last saturday the main parking lot was fairly full when I was there in the AM, mind you the Defiant MTB gang was there for a group ride.

    I might be interested in a future Saturday ride there and I live just off the highway in Barrie.


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    It doesn't usually feel busy in the trails seldom meet many riders or have any problems,
    If you would like, keep the locals posted about your ride schedule and maybe someone could do the guided tour, If I can I enjoy showing people the trails at buck and the village.
    I'm close to 50 as well, it doesn't seem that long ago when I turned 50.
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    Thanks for the responses. I am trying to set something up with Spectralmeat and when I have a date, will post up and would be happy to pick up Mudhead on the way up. I am looking forward to riding here. It's one of those places I never got to for some reason. I hope to get the guide tour as well.

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