As we enter fall the days are becoming shorter and the temperatures are dropping. It seems like it always happens so fast. While most of us celebrate the longest days of summer, Ambassador Trevor Browne opted to ride through the shortest night on his Dynamo Ride.

“Introducing The Dynamo solstice ride. Basically it was a rad group of 25 folks from Montreal who rode 130km during the shortest night of the year from sunset to well past sunrise. Starting at CL Cycle we partied our way through some gnarly roads north, up into the beautiful Laurentian Mountains. After about 7 hours of night riding, we stopped at Lac Masson for the most beautiful sunrise. Coffee, red bull and cigarettes were on tall order. Watching the sun come up over the water after hours of riding in the darkness with a great group of people was a life-affirming experience. Little did we know we’d have some challenging gravel climbs ahead. We finally arrived at camp tired but smiling. Food, folks, and fun made for an awesome summer solstice road trip.”