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…


Volunteers Needed – BC Enduro Series

Ted Morton

The BC Enduro Series is returning to Williams Lake on May 21st, thanks to the amazing support from Red Shreds, Puddle Bike Club and the Consortium. The BCES is so grateful to be invited back and we’re hoping that a few locals would be interesting in helping to promote the trails and Williams Lake by Read the full article…


World Record Attempt – This guy needs you!

JaBig is trying to set a world record for winter coast to coast riding. He’s riding a ONE speed, from East coast to the Arctic circle. He’s in Clinton right now and setting off North later this week. Here’s the story: http://www.jabig.com/ JaBig is looking for a place to crash when he hits WL, if Read the full article…


Outlaw Diaries II

Patrick Rasche, frequent Williams Lake visitor, and Germany’s only “Big Mountain” rider released his newest video. See if you can spot the local trails. Patrick is narrating the video in German, but it comes with English subtitles. No shortage of Williams Lake’s biggest stunts featured here and as Pat comments: “I just need to convince Read the full article…


Feel the Powder Rush of Barkerville

Doc Pow

By: Doc Pow Barkerville along British Columbia’s Highway 26 is lined with gold, literally. We all think Klondike when someone says gold, but we should think Barkerville, B.C., not the American West. (More on that later.) “Where else can you go snowshoe or Nordic ski around a meticulously preserved town that goes back over 150 Read the full article…


Looking for Winter?

Margaret Inoue, CMBC Rep Wells

Looking for winter? Wells has you covered… in snow! Nestled in the Cariboo Mountains at an altitude of 1,200 m (3,900 ft), Wells is a perfect ski escape. Groomed by the Wells and Area Trails Society (WATS), the cross-country ski trails are accessible right from town. Park your car, leave your cell phone (as there Read the full article…


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