Up north where B.C. nuzzles Yukon Territory, Wade Simmons was ready. Like most mountain bikers, Simmons had never set wheel among the glacier capped peaks in the area known for frequent floods, landslides and avalanches, according to information furnished by B.C. Parks. Still, there was something about those technical North Shore trails Simmons had navigated over and over. He was ready. “Pound for pound, quality of trail, I think we have the best in the world,” Simmons says of North Shore trails.