Gloomy and Wet — Fall on the North Shore

The ride always goes on

Another day, another edit. This time, Tristan Deggan is back with more North Shore eye candy.

Vancouver, British Columbia, gets an average of 161 days of rain, and almost all of that falls during the winter. The slop certainly doesn’t stop locals from riding, but if there is a chance to ride before the non-stop rain hits, they generally take it. And that is exactly what Deggan and Jay Boysen did in the late fall of last year. The sky was grey and the trails were wet, and damn if it didn’t look fun.