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The rugged Kamloops landscape, formed from ancient lava flows and volcanic debris is a mountain biker’s paradise. The semi-arid climate creates the perfect landscape for four season riding – from classic single track to high-speed alpine downhill to winter biking. Visitors are spoiled for choices with the sage-scented hills, hero dirt, pine-treed forests, windy hills and Canada’s largest Municipal bike park, the Bike Ranch.

Kamloops is known as the birthplace of freeride mountain biking with many of the sports’ big names either coming from Kamloops or spending considerable time riding and filming there. With an active mountain bike community, there’s no shortage on areas to ride.

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Kamloops is a 4 season destination with something to offer for every time of year.


Riding Kamloops’ trails can be thirsty work. Thankfully with our variety of craft brew options you never have to drink the same beer twice. Drink your way through our local craft brew options, or visit a tap house and experience craft beer creations from places near and far.

When downtown, soak in the sunshine on the Noble Pig patio, which resides in a converted swimming pool or visit Diana, the black lab, on the Red Collar Patio while you sip suds and enjoy a game of Jenga.

Visit the newly opened, railroad inspired, Iron Road Brewing in the heart of uptown. Treat yourself to some tacos while sipping on a tasting flight.

Red Beard Café, located in a bright teal building on the eclectic North Shore of the city, has 13 rotating taps of some of the best beer from the province and beyond!


Check out our current events listing to stay on the know on what’s happening around Kamloops! Click here for more information.

Kamloops Bike Riders Association –  Our vision is to create a riding community and a group of dedicated volunteers that can work and play together in a fun and organized manner. Our goal as a riding community is to make mountain biking more accessible and sustainable for many years to come.

Tourism Kamloops – We want you to come share the Kamloops experience and play like a local!

Grasslands Conservation Council of BC - Kamloops is surrounded by grasslands, a rare and delicate landscape and ecosystem that we want to preserve for future generations.  Learn more about this beautiful environment and what you can do to keep it that way.

Kamloops Performance Cycling Centre – The non-profit organization responsible for maintaining the trails and facilities of Pineview, Kamloops Bike Ranch and Harper Mountain

BC Parks – They are dedicated to protect representative and special natural places within the Province’s protected areas system for world class conservation, outdoor recreation, education and scientific study.


Kamloops is a major transportation hub in the BC Interior with three major highways running through the city – Highway 1, Highway 5 and Highway 97. It is also serviced by several airlines, the Greyhound, Rocky Mountaineer and VIA Rail.

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The city of Kamloops needs little introduction in the mountain bike world. The long swift turns and glittering golden hills that litter the Kamloops landscape are the components of many a great riding film, photo, and story. And while the fast paced trails are what...

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5 Photos That Capture the Beauty of Riding Kamloops

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Brew Loops Pub Crawl 2017

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...

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The River Beaver 2017

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...

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14-Day Itinerary: Southern British Columbia Loop

This itinerary stops in many popular riding destinations in BC’s southern interior. Never-ending mountains with great trails mixed with cool lakes and friendly towns provide a landscape that is about as close as it gets to true mountain bike nirvana.

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