A bad day on the bike is better than a good day at work, this could be the mantra of Sea to Sky … And the rest of the world.
“During the long winters in Whistler with no loophole, we waited for a window of good weather and headed to Squamish to do some riding thanks to the milder weather. But as usual, the storm forecast has changed, the snow started falling, the parking lots emptied and we had the snowy trails just for us. – Quinn Hanley
Storm Warning shows the changing conditions of Sea to Sky riding. It is not uncommon to have spring conditions one day and to be in the middle of winter the following day. Just remember that there is no bad weather, only a wrong choice of clothing.
Rider: Quinn Hanley
Edit: Graeme Meiklejohn