COVID-19 / Flatten The Curve (March 26 Update)

Thomas Schoen

The Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium and the Williams Lake Cycling Club is monitoring the information made available about the Covid-19 pandemic and will adapt as required.

As of today, Recreation Sites and Trails (Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development) has not issued trail closures for trail networks in British Columbia. This might become reality if trail users are attending group rides, shuttle in groups and are riding tight with others.

2019 Season: A Milestone Year For Quesnel Trails

Quesnel Observer

2019 brought a number of major trail upgrades and new trail construction to Quesnel’s “Wonderland” and “Dragon Mountain” networks. The City of Quesnel in partnership with the Cariboo Regional District and the Gold Rush Cycling Club, hired First Journey Trails to carry out construction of 6 new trails, based on the 2018 trail masterplan. Below Read the full article…

Fox Fire Trail Opening Friday August 16th

T. Schoen

The Williams Lake Cycling Club and Jimco Services are excited to announce the grand opening of Williams Lake’s newest trail. Meet us at the trailhead on Ross Road at 6:30 for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Father’s Day Jump Jam at The Boitanio Bike Park this Sunday June 16th

Father’s Day Jump Jam at The Boitanio Bike Park this Sunday June 16th!!! From 12pm to 2pm or so everyone is welcome and our beloved Red Tomato Pies will be providing some tasty pies for everyone! Come check out the newly designed features designed by #williamslake’s very own professional mountain biker @jamesdoerfling of @jimcoservices.

Happy Trails ahead for Quesnel mountain bikers

Construction is underway on five new trails in the Wonderland and Dragon Mountain networks Story by Ronan O’Doherty – QUESNEL OBSERVER It will not be long before riders of all ages will be hucking jumps and getting pinned on some professionally built mountain bike trails in the Quesnel area. After much paperwork, many proposals and Read the full article…

WLCC – Are You A Member Yet?

Shawn Lewis

Club With summer almost upon us, the deadline for our early bird membership draws near.  Any person or family that becomes a Williams Lake Cycling (WLCC) member before June 21 is eligible to win a beautiful piece of stained glass art. This custom piece is one of a kind and handcrafted by local artist, Beth Holden. Sign up Read the full article…

Desous Network Development Update

Desous Mountain is a 0.5 hour drive west of the City and is home to some truly amazing free riding. Decents of 3500ft from the top of Desous Mountain all the way to the Fraser River make this home to some of the biggest lines this side of Golden. This area is intended for advanced Read the full article…

Ride Prince George!

Thomas Schoen

Pidherney Enduro July 15th Head up North and support our friends from the PGCC on July the 15th!


Thomas Schoen

Hello Cariboo Bikers, I would like to extend an invitation to 100in1Day Williams Lake on Saturday June 2nd. 100in1Day celebrates 100 positive actions in 1 day across Canada. The community has been great in developing positive actions, and a few events of special interest to you may include a native flower bed installation at the Read the full article…

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