I have been discovering more great mountain biking in our area. I have got hooked on an "Ebike" which we bought last year. It basically looks like any other mountain bike but has a battery and a motor that helps you peddle if you want. And it can take you to spots you normally would not go or if you did..it would be a major grunt. You still have to peddle but it just makes it easier if you want. Along with friend Patrick from Selkirk Sports we did an awesome ride a few days ago that involved some of the cross country ski trails near Vagabond Lodge and then hooked on to an old rail bed(1920's) that took us on a 30 km return trip just below Vagabond Lodge to the North. There are a few log bridges to cross(don't ride). It is a 2% grade which means not a lot of uphill or downhill and except for some deadfall over the trail, it was an easy and pleasant ride. Next time we are going to continue for about another hour(we think) and will hook on to the Trans Canada Highway(#1). Maps show the road we were on connects. Overall it took us about 3 hours with a number of stops.