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Mountain Biking in Comox Valley, BC, Canada

The unofficial epicentre of Island riding, Cumberland boasts more than 80 km of legendary singletrack, plus a riding culture that’s second to none.

Where the mountain biking is legendary: Cumberland, BC

Etched into the gnarly, forested hills spreading out from the Village of Cumberland are more than 80 kilometres of Vancouver Island’s most legendary singletrack – where the trails range from fast and flowy to rugged and rocky, and where epic vistas are awarded to riders with the legs and lungs to get them there.

Welcome to Cumberland, BC – The unofficial epi-centre of island riding, Cumberland boasts legendary singletrack a few pedal strokes from downtown, and a riding culture that’s second to none

From the village’s decidedly chill downtown strip, you’re just a few pedal strokes from the loamy, rooty and lovingly maintained trails that have made Cumberland one of British Columbia’s premiere mountain bike destinations.

Depending which trails you choose, you’ll find combinations of flowy, forested singletrack (Space Nugget), fast, bermed descents (Bear Buns), man-made features like boardwalks and A-frames (Thirsty Beaver), or technical cross-country rides that will test your abilities and make you earn every exhilarating descent (Queso Grande).


Cumberland mountain bike culture

The hub of Cumberland’s mountain biking community is a dedicated group of riders known as the United Riders of Cumberland (UROC). Most of Cumberland’s vast trail network is located on private land in a working forest, and UROC has played a key role in ensuring non-motorized public access. A land-use agreement signed in December 2015 formalized trail access and allowed for the expansion and improved maintenance of the trail network.

Consistent with its image as “the village in the forest,” the mountain bike culture in Cumberland is ridiculously friendly. Local riders are quick to share their trail knowledge and advice, and expertly staffed bike shops are nearby to provide everything you need to make your next ride an epic one. With several accommodation options in the heart of this supremely walkable village, it couldn’t be easier to park your car for the weekend and rediscover your happy place in Cumberland, B.C.

Each year, Cumberland hosts a variety of mountain bike races and events, including the BC Bike Race, Mind Over Mountain Adventure Race (MOMAR) and annual UROC-hosted enduro, cross-country, downhill and marathon races.

For a GPS-enabled trail map, download the Cumberland TrailMapps app on Google Play or iTunes. A portion of every purchase is kicked back to the local mountain biking community.

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If you think Cumberland’s good times stop when the riding ends, think again. Discover après ride, Cumberland style!

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The United Riders of Cumberland is a registered Non Profit Society that promotes and supports the local Mountain Bike Community in the Comox Valley.  For more information, check out

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The Vancouver Island Visitors Centre is a great place to discover all the great things to do and see in the area.  Open from 9am-5pm everyday at 101-3607 Small Rd., Cumberland, BC just off the Island Highway at Comox Valley Parkway.

Situated on the east coast of central Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the Comox Valley stretches from Fanny Bay to Saratoga Beach and includes the communities of Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland. The Comox Valley is accessible by land, sea or air - choose your favourite mode of travel and let the journey become the start of your holiday!

For more information on transportation to the Comox Valley, click here 

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Exploring Cumberland and Hornby Island with Stephen Shannon

Exploring Cumberland and Hornby Island with Stephen Shannon

Growing up in the West Kootenay, Steve Shannon developed an early love for the outdoors. He began skiing at age two and by high school was firmly addicted to exploring the mountains around home by a variety of means. From those early childhood past times, his appetite...

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New Highway Sign Invites You to Explore Legendary Cumberland

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.

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Cumberland Trails Agreement Finalized

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...

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