“We have wicked mountains. We’re mountain people. BC is paradise for mountain bikers.” Freeride pioneer, Brett Tippie
News Release For immediate Release January 5, 2017 Cumberland mountain bike association hires Trail Manager Cumberland, BC – The United Riders of Cumberland (UROC) is pleased to announce the hiring of Nathan Kwan as the association’s new Trail Manager....read more
VANCOUVER, BC – Over 2,000 entries were received from over 30 different countries for this year’s week long mountain biking prize trip to British Columbia. This year’s lucky winner is Jacqueline Odermatt from Flims Waldhaus, Switzerland. Jacqueline has invited her Canadian friend, Michelle Davies, to share this unforgettable adventure.
Jacqueline was selected among 10 random finalists who had to convince a panel of judges in 500 word or less why they should be the chosen one for this incredible experience. Jacqueline impressed our judges as a passionate and motivated bike girl from Switzerland who loves to ride technical singletrack and wants to encourage more women to be adventurous and explore trails on their mountain bikes.
Travelers along the Inland Island Highway in the Comox Valley are now invited to explore the Village of Cumberland and everything it has to offer. The Village of 3900 has a new highway entrance sign welcoming you to the legendary community. The sign portrays the uniqueness of the Village, its rich and gritty history, and the future that is the new Cumberland.read more
The Trans BC powered by Stages Cycling will usher in 130 riders to the technical terrain and infamous loam of British Columbia in less than a week, while the rest of the world peers in from their cyber desks, wishing they were shredding in paradise five plus hours per day.read more
The Columbia Valley Greenways Trail Alliance was formed through the merging of eight local trail advocacy and stewardship groups including Columbia River Greenways Alliance, Columbia Valley Cycling Society, Summit Trail Makers, Toby Creek Nordic Ski Club, Purcell...read more
The world’s best mountain bike park is about to become even better. The Whistler Blackcomb Renaissance will kick-off a multi-year expansion creating a trail network for all riding abilities in the Creekside area. The Creekside Gondola will operate throughout the summer, transforming Creekside’s summer experience into a scene that mirrors winter’s vibrancy. With over 50 km of new trails proposed, this will be the single largest new development in Whistler Mountain Bike Park’s history.read more
Cumberland, BC – The United Riders of Cumberland (UROC), Village of Cumberland, TimberWest Forest Corp., and Hancock Forest Management are excited to announce that a land access agreement has been reached to formally allow non-motorized recreation on private managed...read more
Work on the new 7.3 km connector from Fox Mountain to the Chief Will Yum campsite started in 2014 and resumed in April of 2015. All work is now complete and the trail is open to all riders.read more
Recreation Sites and Trails, in cooperation with the WLSC would like to inform all riders of the Fox Mountain Trail Network to expect detours in areas along the Fortis Energy Gas Line.read more