Singletrack Magazine Issue 122: Vancouver’s Treasure Islands

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Two jet-setting friends discover they’ve overlooked gold on their doorstep.

Words Ryan Stuart Photography Ryan Creary

A morning beer is always harsh and rarely a good idea. It burns the throat. Bubbles up the nose. And usually comes back to haunt in some foul tasting form.

Morning Beer the trail is far more enjoyable. In fact, by the time I skid into the parking lot at its terminus, I’d love to down another. “That might be the best trail I’ve ever ridden,” I stammer in pleasant shock. Photographer Ryan Creary is equally blown away. “What an amazing trail,” he says, a big grin spreading across his face, eyes lighting up. “It was rough and tough, but also super flowy.”

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