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…


100in1Day

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…


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…


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…


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…


WLCC – Membership has a purpose…

Shawn Lewis

Membership has a purpose…   The Williams Lake Cycling Club is in its second decade of existence. When first formed we took over from Puddlebike, a loose club that led group rides, ran events and promoted fun for more than ten years. Twelve years ago our trails were under duress and in need of protection. 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…


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