Well the 2017/2018 winter was full on at the Witwicki-Farrell house hold. I did not get out to enjoy this epic winter of snowmageddon instead we were super busy with our new family. Our new daughter Elowen kept Krista and I very entertained, exhausted, active, sleep deprived, but most of all Elowen brought joy, love and happiness to our home by far the best winter ever! So no deep pow shots this year just deep love and a lot of dirty diapers. I did manage to get out for some trail building in between diaper changes thru out the winter. As we get into March the trails are slowly opening up and the search for dirt begins..........
This bike season started out with a new steed from Norco. The Range C9.2  was built up with  Novatec  wheels and Deity Components a great build with quality parts! The rig is looking sick and is killing it on the PVTA trails this March! I will be blogging a bike and  parts review in the coming weeks for ya all!
 The season started March 2nd for Jeff and I. We hiked up Meat Grinder to ride some sweet meat eating slabs! The slabs were in great condition. Meat Grinder is always the first ride of the season as long as you want to hump your bike up the trail!
As the trails were opening up, I was  fixing up  parts of Pacific when I had a free hour or two. I was able to build a brand new bridge and a new line with some fun little features. Pacific is currently snow free.
March has seen some crazy weather. Snow, rain , hail, sleet! But by mid March warmer weather reached the valley bottom and it kept snowing to the mountain peaks. it was the best of both worlds! There is a reason we call it Pemberdise!
Everything Below MacKenzie Cruise is snow free and ready to shred! Sounds like Mosquito Lake zone is also opening up! Make sure to keep your eyes open for our trail gnome Darrren Nicoll he has been working hard on the trails getting them dialed in for your riding pleasure. If you see him give him a shout out and a thank you.
Riding season is upon us so get your bike dialed and get those tires on dirt. Make sure you support the local riding society's by purchasing PVTA and PORCA memberships so we can keep paying our trail gnome!
P.S. Keep the shuttling to a minimum Pemberton is for pedaling;) 

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