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Hikers and mountain bikers don't always see eye-to-eye on the trails (check out our Proper Mountain Biking Trail Etiquette here), but one thing they can certainly agree on is that trail use is a privilege, and the people who work to build and maintain the trails deserve universal kudos. Wildland Media produced this video, featuring local ripper Bart Moore, as a way to say thanks to the North Shore Mountain Bike Association for preserving the trails in the North Shore mountains of British Columbia, Canada.