Troll Ski Resort – Update

Check out the latest update from our friends at Troll: Dec 21st 2016 Just another 2cm and some wind ugggg, not quite enough yet for a full opening however to help out with ‘cabin fever’ and pent-up skier enthusiasm, we will run the yellow lift FREE Dec 21st , for all those that need to Read the full article…


Digging For Reconciliation

Brent Hillier is a familiar name in the Mountain-Bike world. Many of us Trailforks power-users or Trailforks contributors know him as the brains behind the popular app. But Brent is also the producer of a great podcast “Front Lines”: A Podcast for the people that truly make mountain biking happen. Not the riders, racers, or product Read the full article…


NOTICE OF DOUGLAS-FIR BARK BEETLE SANITATION HARVESTING

Please be advised starting December 1, 2016 and running through to March 31, 2017, Tolko Industries Limited will be harvesting Douglas-fir bark beetle attacked trees in various locations around Williams Lake. Please note that some of these Douglas-fir bark beetle attack sites do intersect local mountain biking trails in the South Lakeside, Fox Mountain and Read the full article…


“RIDERS OF THE CARIBOO” Fundraiser Calendar

Not your average semi-nude fundraiser calendar! Local mountain biker and photographer Kent Bernadet is back at it for the second year in a row. The RIDERS OF THE CARIBOO fundraiser calendar, back by popular demand, features local Williams Lake mountain bikers dressed down to their bare essentials – knee pads and shoes. These brave guys Read the full article…


Raindrops On The Moon – Decline Magazine Story

Decline Magazine

The October 2016 issue of Decline Magazine features “The Puddle” and Farewell Canyon. Worthwhile adding this issue of Decline to your stack of bike porn mags. Check out the online version of the publication here.


The Vital MTB Guide to BC’s Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

VitalMTB.com

“The Puddle” is a blue-collar town, but with industry slowly declining the local powers-that-be joined forces with passionate locals to develop and stimulate the local economy through mountain bike tourism. The Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium has done an outstanding job of promoting cycling, expanding the trail network, and encouraging riders of all abilities to visit. Read the full article…


Work-Bee Day At Mount Timothy

Mount Timothy

It’s getting to be that time of year, and we are making plans for our winter season and getting programs into place. For those of you that do not have your season pass yet, they are being offered on our online store with a savings of up to 42% off on an Adult Pass with Read the full article…


Fox Mountain Update: Aflo & Mitch’s Brew

There has been some recent development on a section of the Fox Mountain Trail Network.The sections of Aflo, Peelout and Mitches Brew that are on private property are physically closed to all riders, a reroute has been constructed and all riders are requested to exit via the “connector”. The Williams Lake Cycling Club, the CMBC Read the full article…


UPDATE September 18th – Likely Trail Grand Opening

Mark your calendars, trail opening  in Likely, BC! Every third weekend in September, on Quesnel River and Quesnel Lake is Paddlefest time. Paddlers worldwide converge on the hamlet of Likely for one of the best river rafting experiences of their lives. Visit their Facebook page This year we are adding another level of excitement with the Read the full article…


Williams Lake On A Roll

Williams Lake is in the news! Check out these two great PinkBike videos and stories from the past two days. Jeremy Stowards and Steve Storey Hit the All Mountain Side of Whistler Raindrops on the Moon – Video and Photo Epic  


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