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The ongoing drama surrounding sabotaged mountain bike trails in North Vancouver has reached its end—at least in a legal sense.
With a summit 1,449 metres above Deep Cove, just outside North Vancouver, B.C., Mt. Seymour is a cyclist’s paradise — especially this time of year.
Earlier this month, RCMP in North Vancouver reported that the city, when compared with previous years, has seen a dramatic uptick in bike theft.