Trails Re-Opened in Eastern Cariboo

After 49 days of trail closures in the Williams Lake area, most of our trails are open for you to enjoy. The Williams Lake Cycling Club has not had an opportunity to evaluate the damage to the trails, caused by the 2017 wildfires. We assume damage is limited to trails within the Chief-William Network. Until Read the full article…


Ride In Style & Support Local Trails

RIDE THE CARIBOO  Custom Jerseys Have Arrived Head on over to Red Shred’s Bike And Board Shed and get your very own custom jersey while supplies last. This community fundraiser will sell out fast, so don’t procrastinate and get yours now. All proceeds will go towards the development and maintenance of our Region’s MTB trails. Read the full article…


Free Saturday Shuttles

Free Summer Saturday Shuttles Everyone! Give yourself a break from pedaling and hop on the bus for a day of descent. Starting on Saturday June 24, 2017, the Williams Lake Cycling Club has arranged a shuttle service for its members. Head down to the Williams Lake Tourism Discovery Center (1660 Broadway Ave S) where the Read the full article…


Smithers Man Missing on Bike Trip

A message from Peter Krause of Mcbike and Sport in Smithers regarding man gone missing… “Sean Kuntz has gone missing on a bike trip he is doing from Smithers to Vancouver island to visit his mother. The RCMP are looking for him . He is riding Kona 2014 Mahuna (silver) 17” with a seat spot Read the full article…


Trail Opening: Fox Mountain Network Is Good To Go

Mark your calendars! Saturday, June the 17th at 4:00 PM we will officially open a short but critical trail. After many years, countless meetings and almost 1000 volunteer hours, the Fox Mountain Trail Network has a new and official entry/exit that avoids private property issues. The project, spearheaded by local trail advocate Mark Savard, would Read the full article…


Stick To The Trails – Respect Private Property

The City of Williams Lake, The Williams Lake Cycling Club and the Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium are reminding local and visiting riders to: Stay on legal trails and respect private property! Your cooperation is highly appreciated and will assure future trail access and community support.


Rocky Mountain Demo Day

Testing a bike on the terrain we normally ride is the best way to tell if that bike is right for us. Rocky Mountain rolled into Williams Lake on Saturday to give us this opportunity. Kent Bernadet was on site to take some photos of the event, sponsored by Red Shred’s Bike & Board Shed and held Read the full article…


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