FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2017 Day 1 – Cumberland With the countdown to the BC Bike Race on, it’s time for us to release the first of our seven-part video series showcasing the communities we visit. Through these edits we will share the unique culture and history...read more
This week we featured photographer Justa Jeskova. Justa was born and raised in communist Czechoslovakia. In 1998, she decided to follow her dream and moved to BC, Canada because of hockey instead of starting her work career as Wood Sciences and Technology Engineer. ...read more
Growing up in a small town in the Kootenays (Nakusp BC), Graeme was always on a bike. It was a major part of his childhood and remains a key component in his life as an adult. He has lived in BC all his life and therefore feels he have been blessed to ride all of the best zones in the province. With that said, Prince George (Graeme’s hometown) is quickly becoming one of the leading mountain bike scenes in the province. The riding community in Prince George is top notch and the local trail building team has quickly become one of the best in the province and this week Graeme shares it with us with his photography.read more
Words and photos by Dylan Sherrad It was a long and laid back beginning to the spring season in Kamloops. The typical ‘hit the ground running’ sensation the locals are familiar with was exchanged with a considerably mellower preload into things. That slower pace made...read more
Rolling into Valemount, British Columbia, there’s simply no denying the natural beauty of this quant locale, reputed as gateway to the towering, imposing, legendary Mount Robson. The village spreads from the base of Fox Mountain, itself the meeting point of three major ranges, and just across Fox River lays the Valemount Mountain Bike Park, a community affair managed by the Valemount & Area Recreation Development Association.read more
Meet Todd Weselake, this week Todd shared some of his favourites trail shots from Fernie. Viewing the world through his camera since the late 90’s, Todd has a strong creative sense to his work. His extensive experience shooting everything from action sports and...read more
Riders Can Save Big With Early Bird Rates on Passes Until June 9 WHISTLER, BC May 16, 2017 – The long awaited countdown to the first chair of the 2017 season will come to an end on May 19, when the Whistler Mountain Bike Park officially opens. The Fitzsimmons Express...read more
Five premium cabins are to be built this summer, with a planned total of 25 new cabins to be constructed over a 5-year period. Complete road paving will be done around the Resort from the highway exit to the Pinewoods building. Guests will enjoy the finished...read more
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.