The July LSM was an international affair for Los Angeles carver Wilson Wong, who visited Vancouver B.C. for the 4th Annual Seymour Hill Climb Challenge. The weekend-long event, hosted by John Goolevitch of Maple Ridge, B.C., set a new record for attendees with 15 Trikke riders this year. The weekend brought folks from Washington, California and British Columbia together to join the fun with rides at four separate locations.
Wilson has been instrumental in the journaling and promotion of the LSM global movement, featuring Last Saturday/Sunday of the Month Rides around the world. More locations and carvers are joining each month, reaching out to like minded people in their areas.
Wilson was able to visit family, as well as take part in the Seymour events ,making it a two for one. We visited several iconic restaurants in the area, including The Tomahawk, The White Spot, a lovely Italian Restaurant near our hotel, Marchello’s.
Wilson was the centre of one of the first known Trikke circles on the Seymour River bed. A great time was had by all and we will continue to be haunted by the beauty and challenge of the Seymour Trail.