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Whistler Mountain Bike Trail Guide
Pre-Order: books ship end of April 2015
Whistler is home to Crankworx the world freeride mountain bike festival, as well as the world-renowned Whistler Bike Park and hundreds of kilometres of singletrack trails connected via an extensive network of paved valley paths. This comprehensive and exhaustive guidebook covers the huge network of pathways, x-country singletrack trails and Whistler Bike Park, offering up invaluable local insight into this world-famous mountain bike destination. Don’t waste your time on the trails – pick up a copy of this book today and get the inside scoop on suggested loops, family-friendly trails, and the bike park overview.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of this book is being donated by the publisher and authors to WORCA’s trail maintenance fund.
Squamish Mountain Bike Trail Guide
Pre-Order: books ship end of April 2015
From its humble beginnings to the mecca mountain biking destination Squamish is today, the area has grown and evolved quickly over the last decade to become a favourite amongst riders from across the globe. It’s easy to see why, when you have access to over 240 km of mountain bike trails. The Squamish Mountain Bike Trail Guide you hold in your hands provides a much needed, detailed description of all trails in the area. It is a must have for anyone looking to explore the vast network of singletrack trails in Squamish.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of this book is being donated by the publisher and authors to SORCA’s trail maintenance fund.
A Guide to Mountain Bike Trails in Kananaskis Country
Kananaskis Country is located 30 minutes west of Calgary, boasting an abundant network of trails accessible by, and open to, mountain bikes. The area has something to offer every rider level and ability, including paved pathways for cruising on, big alpine x-country rides, and downhill gravity assisted trails. This book provides all the information you need to access these trails and more.
Pemberton Mountain Bike Trail Guide
Pemberton is renowned for its abundant gnarly freeride, downhill and technically challenging x-country trails that make the area a unique place to experience. However, beginner to intermediate mountain bikers and families looking for something a little more conservative to ride also have some fun options to explore. From the Valley Loop, a scenic family ride around the town site, to trails such as Bathtub, Teepee, Happy, Back Pains, Lake Loop and No Err, there are numerous great options worth riding.
Bow Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide – 2nd Edition
The Bow Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide 2nd Edition is an extensive update to the popular guidebook – Bow Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide, A local’s perspective. The 2nd edition promises to provide you with all the information required to access the vast network of family friendly, x-country and downhill trails all located in the Bow Valley. New full-feature topographic maps, additional trails, updated photos and suggested Canmore Nordic Centre loops will have you straddling your two wheels. This is a must have guidebook for anyone visiting the valley to ride.
Bow Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide – 1st Edition
The most current and accurate book listing all trails open to mountain biking in Canmore, Banff and Lake Louise. Written by the creator of bikepirate.com; a local Canmore resident, who’s been riding the trails in and around the Valley for close to 6 years.
Pemberton Valley App
Our Pemberton Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide is now available as an app! We’ve updated the current Pemberton App with trail descriptions for all the trails previously listed and added some new ones. And we’ve included suggested loops for you to select and follow, helping you make the best use of your time when riding in Pemberton. Not to mention a separate map for the popular PHD trail has been added. This app is a must for anyone exploring the area and is a great companion to the Pemberton Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide.
Kananaskis Country App
Kananaskis Country is located 30 minutes west of Calgary, boasting an abundant network of trails accessible by, and open to, mountain bikes. The area has something to offer every rider level and ability, including paved pathways for cruising on, big alpine x-country rides, and downhill gravity assisted trails. This app provides all the information you need to access these trails and with the location tracking enabled, you’ll know exactly where you are at all times!
Bow Valley App
The very popular Bow Valley Mountain Bike Trail Guide is now available as an app! The Bow Valley app includes all Banff, Canmore and Lake Louise trails open to mountain biking; including all trails located at the Canmore Nordic Centre. Find and ride classic trails including Lake Minnewanka, Reclaimer and Moraine Lake Highline with ease.