The Ultimate Day Trip to Kimberley, BC Words and photos by Sam Egan Tucked into the eastern slope of the Purcell Mountains and less than half an hour from Cranbrook’s International Airport lays the sleepy Kootenay town of Kimberley, British Columbia. Formerly home to...read more
As far as British Columbia’s southeastern corner of the map is concerned, the region formally known as the Kootenays, Cranbrook is a comparatively bustling metropolis. Located less than an hour’s drive from the US border, the city is home to the Canadian Rockies International Airport and topographically, it rests in a sort of high country plateau between the Purcell and Rocky Mountain ranges that will feel familiar to visitors hailing from interior locales like Kamloops or Merritt. If you’re travelling in the Kootenays there’s a high likelihood that you’ll be passing through Cranbrook, and there are a handful of tips that will help you better explore the “mountains of opportunity” the community boasts as their city tagline.read more
Thompson: Dry Cold (Brass Monkeys: Happy) -18.2 °C 4cm Snow Expected by Thursday Whistler Village: Raining (Otters: Excited) 4°C 12 mm Expected Rossland: Freezing Fog (Bears: Hibernating) -3°C 20cm Snow Expected By Tonight Coquihalla: Blizzard Conditions (Truckers:...read more
Based in Penticton BC, Ryan Taylor is constantly searching for the meaning of life through trail enlightenment and is an expert at learning things the hard way. He regularly contributes to various cycling publications in an effort to balance writing and photography with his depressing real world job.
This year, dirtbag living was in the back of my mind as the 9:00-5:00 rat race took its toll. With life getting real, I was motivated to take a break from domestication by living in my car with just my bike and whatever I had in my bag. And I chose to pair this break with riding TransRockies Event’s Singletrack 6 (ST6) stage race. Though I’ve done ST6 before, 2017 was the first year it was hosted in the Kootenay Rockies; and I was stoked! Here’s what I found while in Rossland, Nelson and Kasloread more
Whistler, BC (November 8, 2017) – Darcy Hennessey Turenne, award-winning
director from British Columbia, is poised to launch her new documentary THE
MOMENT. Closing the Whistler Film Festival, December 3rd, her latest documentary
feature film uncovers the origin of Freeride Mountain Biking, it’s provenance in
British Columbia, and the rebellious group of backwoods adrenaline junkies that
changed the course of a sport that nobody wanted.
Fall Riding in Fernie,BC Words and photos by Nick & Steph Nault As the last of the summer heat dissipates and the temperatures start to drop, mountain biking in Fernie, BC enters its’ prime. The fall colours alone are worth a visit to the bike trails, where...read more
Dark skies and the threat of downpour could not dim the spirits and mob mentality of hundreds of cyclists as we gathered at Pioneer Park for the annual Brew Loops Beer Festival, Bicycle Pub Crawl. For onlookers and folks out of the know, it must have been quite the...read more
Explore Sun Peaks Bike Park with guestagrammer @dylansherrard Dylan grew up in the Yukon, transplanted to Kamloops, and lives a life absorbed by bikes. As a man of many hats between Specialized Bicycles, Bicycle Cafe Kamloops, Shred Hard Summer Camps at Sun Peaks...read more
Nelson BC: Roots, Rocks, and Beer! Words: Tucker Braund Photos: Anders Samnoy, Ollie Jones, Thomas Nowaczynski Nelson and Kaslo BC have a historic flare both for their riding and brewing of beer. Over the last 20 years it would be hard to say that you haven’t seen the...read more
What I love about riding in Squamish is the diversity of trails and how green and vibrant the forest is. As a rider, I find it fantastic, with the rocks, roots, moss, slabs, trees, jank, off-cambers, and steep hills working to test me physically and technically. For the photographer in me – well, it’s eye candy.read more