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Hi Ontarians! 


If anyone is interested in riding together, we are riding at Mount St. Louis Moonstone during weekdays, from 9 am till 12/1 pm or so. We ride about two times a week when the weather cooperates.

If interested, please PM. I have two Extremecarver Gen4 boards for tests (168 M, H) and I will be happy to lend my Gen3 161 XS and S. You should have your own bindings and hardboots! Please PM that you would like to test a board and specify which one in your PM.





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I am thinking of heading to MSLM tomorrow afternoon ... although I have no idea what the conditions will be like. I might be tempted to head out Wednesday morning if I thought there would be people to ride with ...

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