The sunny weather on Saturday was a great late-season opportunity to get in a last ride on the new Frisby Ridge Trail. The new trail built by the Revelstoke Cycling Association is drawing lots of riders from across the region and beyond

Work party on Frisby Ridge

The sunny weather on Saturday was a great late-season opportunity to get in a last ride on the new Frisby Ridge Trail.

The sunny weather on Saturday was a great late-season opportunity to get in a last ride on the new Frisby Ridge Trail. The new trail built by the Revelstoke Cycling Association is drawing lots of riders from across the region and beyond, says spokesperson Pete Smillie. A work party from the RCA and the Revelstoke Snowmobile Club was up there on Saturday doing some late-season maintenance and upgrades. They flew to the end via helicopter and hiked back, doing work along the way. While there, they met riders from Revelstoke, Vancouver, Salmon Arm, Calgary and Vernon, getting lots of compliments on the ride. Pictured here, Travis Hunt, Kip Wiley and John Skrypnyk re-grade a portion of the trail and install a rock culvert.

 

 

 

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