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Ride to Cultus Lake Sunday May 10
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Few ppl going on a ride to Cultus Lake for lunch Sunday. We will be taking the back road out on a nice slow cruse so all are welcome. Have 2 meeting spots. First is at no4rd and Westminster hwy in Richmond at 9am. Second will be at Timmy's at Nordel and Scott rd in surrey at 9:30. We will probably leave around 10 am. Everyone is welcome!! Leave a comment here do we know to watch for ya!!!

Cheers Rick.
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Ahhh Shit.. Rick, it's been a while..I'd love to join ya, but I work Sunday.

Good to see ya back on the board!
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You have to ride to Langley and check out the Honda Rock the Red event to cheer on the PRS instructors!
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Cableguy Wrote:You have to ride to Langley and check out the Honda Rock the Red event to cheer on the PRS instructors!
Sry buddy will be to late by the time we get back but I see ya on the 24th!!
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nisko Wrote:Ahhh Shit.. Rick, it's been a while..I'd love to join ya, but I work Sunday.

Good to see ya back on the board!
Lots of time to ride!!!! See ya on the 24th!!
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eddiew3 Wrote:im in
Richmond or Surrey??
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Has anyone else added Highway 17 as part of their road trips? It makes for an enjoyable ride to get East of the Port Mann Bridge. And it's faster than Lougheed.
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Floranc Wrote:Has anyone else added Highway 17 as part of their road trips? It makes for an enjoyable ride to get East of the Port Mann Bridge. And it's faster than Lougheed.
Always a great alternative! But, it bypasses Mission back roads ;-)
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Floranc Wrote:Has anyone else added Highway 17 as part of their road trips? It makes for an enjoyable ride to get East of the Port Mann Bridge. And it's faster than Lougheed.

Yeah, I'm a fan of the SFPR too. Surprisingly nice scenery.
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