Mount Fromme, North Shore, British Columbia, CanadaExpresso hadn’t seen much maintenance over the last few years, but this year it is part of the NSMBA’s Trail Adoption Program (TAP) and is going to see some refurbishment by two different crews. While it used to be a rougher trail, the more punched out sections are being re-routed and repaired so that they flow more smoothly and are protected against erosion. The trail avoids the steeper terrain negotiated by Pipeline and Ladies Only and parts of it can be a technical challenge due to its more rugged state; some sections are rocky and will challenge riders to pick a good line. There is plenty of woodwork on Expresso and much of it is close to the ground and of low consequence though some of it is elevated and there a couple of log-rides and bridges that end in small drops, so be warned. The trail crews have removed some of the woodwork, focusing on the more decrepit pieces that were either unrideable, or deemed to be dangerous. However as this work is not completed it is a good idea to check things out before you ride them, and remember that the older woodwork will have lost some of its natural grip so when it rains this trail can get pretty slick.