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    Freeriding GTA

    I am going to be in Toronto for the month of May and am contemplating bringing my Delirium with me. I am coming from Vancouver Island so I am looking for West Coast type riding. Wondering if this is possible to find in the area? I checked out Blue Mountain but they don't open until the end of May.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newman_diver
    I am going to be in Toronto for the month of May and am contemplating bringing my Delirium with me. I am coming from Vancouver Island so I am looking for West Coast type riding. Wondering if this is possible to find in the area? I checked out Blue Mountain but they don't open until the end of May.
    the dirt jumps should be dried out in the don by then if you are in the gta. plus you can hook up with some urban assult rides. you need to ask around, this forum is not the best place to get this info from.
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    Freeride + GTA = Does not Compute

    Hopefully Horseshoe will be open early - there are lots of private spots but you need to be taken by a local for that to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stefanb
    Freeride + GTA = Does not Compute

    Hopefully Horseshoe will be open early - there are lots of private spots but you need to be taken by a local for that to happen.
    that would be great if horseshoe drys up early! com'on warmer weather!
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    The locals up there tell me they're still buried under a ton of snow. Doesn't really matter though, the place dries up fast and it's always good to go by May.

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