Some of my Vancouver crew and I got the chance to ride these Harley Davidson Street 750s North up past Hope to spend a day adventuring wherever we felt like going. We had a loud as fuck custom 750 and a 100% stock one. They were both super fun to ride and we were ripping them on the freeways, no problem. My dream HD would be a '48 with a big engine which I have had the chance to ride fast and far but these 750's totally do the trick. They were super comfortable and easy to ride. Thanks to Barnes Harley Davidson in Langley for the bikes! Would love to do a shoot up this way soon, the roads are amazing and the mountains and rivers are crazy cool. Here's some pictures we took by be me and my girl Tori Drew!
Went on fun little trip during the Easter break. We left in the truck with the bikes in the back from Vancouver, BC and headed to the ferry terminal. From there, we drove up the Sunshine coast, past Ruby lake and up to the furthest point where there's another hour-long ferry that takes you to the Powell River coast. We'd never been up that far, so we pitched a tent in an empty fern-filled government campground, made a bon fire and cooked steak on our BBQ. The next morning, we left our truck in Powell River and took the bikes North. We rode through some small roads up to Lund, BC where there was literally nothing but a small passenger ferry that went to Savory Island. We heard about FSR (logging) roads that would take you right to the tip of that peninsula where you could look out over Desolation Sound and the Pacific Ocean. Safe to say the trip was awesome, and we found some pretty cool stuff. We rode back to Powell River, BBQ'd on the beach then took a ferry from there to Comox on Vancouver Island. Really awesome trip and looking forward to more backcountry adventure this summer!