Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day – Registration Live

April 12, 2018 - This snow is melting, the trails are drying and its time to start tuning the bikes! In just two short months hundreds of kids will be hitting the trails for the…

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ThinkBike Building a BC MTB Advocacy

An engaged group of mountain bike stakeholders representing organizations from across the province of BC gathered in Whistler on June 1, 2018.

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Register now for the 2018 Western Mountain Bike Advocacy Symposium

Registration is now LIVE for the 2018 Western Mountain Bike Advocacy Symposium taking place this Oct 12. Register now and join us for a wide range of expert speakers and engaging…

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Trail Difficulty Rating System

The IMBA Trail Difficulty Rating System is a basic method used to categorize the relative technical difficulty of recreation trails. The IMBA Trail Difficulty Rating System can:

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Fat Bike Best Practices

DO NOT RIDE unless you are sure that biking is permitted by the land manager! Always be courteous to other snow travelers.

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Trail Assessment

Resist the temptation to rush onto the trail, tools in hand, to try to refurbish it. After all, you need to know what the problems are before you can repair them.

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Rock Sling Specs

Using rock to harden your trail surface is a great way to ensure your trail will be around for generations.

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Tool Resource Guide

Here's a list of hand tools and supplies commonly used for trail building. The most common ones are starred.

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Trail Flow

Open and Flowing. These trails are relatively gentle, featuring sweeping turns, smooth surfaces, wider tread, long sight lines, and fewer technical challenges.

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Trail Building with Kids

Since the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew visit to Ottawa in 2002, IMBA's Rules of the Trails and key trail building concepts have become an integral part of the mountain bike summer…

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