Fernie has an amazing network of trails all within easy access of town. Join Trevor and crew on a weekend mountain bike get away to this amazing area. Trail suggestions, tips and tidbits, are all here to help plan your next riding trip to Fernie, British Columbia.
You can rip the Whistler trails while the lifts are open, but once they’ve shut down you’re going need someplace to recharge your legs, repair your bike and get ready for the next day’s riding. Here’s our guide to several bike friendly accommodations located in Whistler.
Tips from a local rider on how to make the best of your visit to one of the BEST bike parks in the world: Whistler Bike Park. If you’re planning a trip to the mountain biking mecca that is Whistler, this is worth a read.
Despite all the rain, there is plenty of great biking to be had in the Bow Valley as we head into June. Even though places like West Bragg Creek and Moose Mountain might be too muddy to ride after a downpour, all you need to do is look to Canmore and Banff to get out on your bike. For more info on trails best ridden after the rain has fallen, read on.
Spring has made a few attempts at breaking through and you’ve dug out the bike from the back of the shed. But where to ride? Which trails are most likely to clear snow first and don’t turn to ugly bogs after the inevitable Spring monsoons?
Less than a month ago Stephen Nelson set out to explore and ride Kirroughtree (7 Stanes trails), located near the coast in southeast Scotland and home to quite possibly the best technical singletrack trails in the country. This is his story describing the sweet technical riding located in the area of 7 Stanes.
Doors to the world’s biggest bike playland have opened! Whistler Bike Park officially kicked off the season on Friday, May 17. And what a kick-off it was! With so many trails open
The Compact Air Exp is an offshoot from Deuter’s most popular all-around back pack, but with some added features for those of us using the pack for our biking pleasure. Click on the link to check out our full review.
We’ve been itching to get down to Sedona for years but, living in Calgary, we haven’t been able to justify the 23 hour drive to Sedona when Moab is a mere 16 hours. But, this year we decided to take the plunge and it was well worth it! There are so many things to do and explore in the area, that both you and your kids will have a blast!
During a recent trip to Nelson I picked up the Nelson Roots, Rocks, Rhythm Cycling Guide and discovered in it the reference to the Sunshine Bay Bike Park. Located in Harrop, BC, the Sunshine Bay Bike Park was originally built for the Hell Track jump segment shown at the end of New World Disorder IV, which premiered in 2003. It was hard for me to resist checking out this park.