Mountain biking

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Okanagan search and rescue teams find man lost overnight in Kelowna backcountry

A mountain biker got lost on the Angel Springs trails and had to spend a cold, wet night in the forest

 

Kristy Gabelhouse won 2021’s #FallGoByBikeWeek Grand Prize, an Exodus Travels Cycling Adventure for two in France! Participate in 2022's GoByBike Week Oct. 3 - 16 for a chance to win an Exodus Travels self-guided cycling adventure for two in Italy.

Go by bike or bicicletta! Save on gas and enter to win a cycling trip in Italy

Nanaimo’s Kristy Gabelhouse participated in Spring GoByBike Week from France — you could be next!

  • Sep 12, 2022

 

Some of the mountain bikers attending the Jesmond trail grand opening on Aug. 27 and the Rocky Mountain Bicycles demo team at the Big Bar Ranch, where many were camped to celebrate the trail opening event. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Black Press Media)

Trail opening spiritually and economically important moment for southern Cariboo First Nation

Stswecem’c Xget’tem First Nation celebrated mountain bike trail development at Jesmond Mountain

 

Plans are underway that could see Mt. Prevost become a major draw for the global mountain-biking community. (Citizen file)

Vancouver Island’s Mt. Prevost eyed for world-class mountain biking

10 sanctioned trails hoped to be completed this year on landmark slopes near Duncan

Plans are underway that could see Mt. Prevost become a major draw for the global mountain-biking community. (Citizen file)
A bike park slated for Blenkin Memorial Park on Quadra Island will be proceeding. Photo courtesy Google Streetview

Quadra Island bike park moving forward despite Strathcona Regional District’s reservations

Project to proceed subject to lease amendment protecting regional district

A bike park slated for Blenkin Memorial Park on Quadra Island will be proceeding. Photo courtesy Google Streetview
The Campbell River team, made up of Rowan and Shea Berkey, Patrick Connor, and Anna and Gauvin Chatterton from Carihi, Logan and Grayson Wright from Phoenix and Hunter Munro from Timberline, placed fifth overall at the 2022 BC High School Mountain Bike Championships in Langford. Photo courtesy Leah Wilson
The Campbell River team, made up of Rowan and Shea Berkey, Patrick Connor, and Anna and Gauvin Chatterton from Carihi, Logan and Grayson Wright from Phoenix and Hunter Munro from Timberline, placed fifth overall at the 2022 BC High School Mountain Bike Championships in Langford. Photo courtesy Leah Wilson
More than 200 riders competed at the Mount Tzouhalem Enduro stage of the Island Cup Race Series on Sunday, April 24. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Vancouver Island riders flock to Cowichan for 2022 Island Cup Series opener

More than 200 Mount Tzouhalem Enduro spots sold out in less than six hours

More than 200 riders competed at the Mount Tzouhalem Enduro stage of the Island Cup Race Series on Sunday, April 24. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Two projects for Blenkin Memorial Park on Quadra Island are on their way. Photo courtesy Google Streetview

Quadra Island disc golf, bike park supported by Strathcona Regional District

Bike park funding awarded before receiving SRD consent, approved in principle to keep process moving

Two projects for Blenkin Memorial Park on Quadra Island are on their way. Photo courtesy Google Streetview
A rider carries her speed down a trail reinforced by rocks in the Simpcw trail network. (Paul Masukowitz photo)

First Nation in central B.C. to host 1st-ever Allies Mountain Bikes Festival

Festival will include mountain biking, culture, films will be first of its kind

A rider carries her speed down a trail reinforced by rocks in the Simpcw trail network. (Paul Masukowitz photo)
Volunteers install a new bridge on Lower Lost Frog Trail in Snowden Forest on Nov. 22, 2021. Photo by Sean Feagan / Campbell River Mirror.

VIDEO: Cycle club volunteers work to improve Snowden Trail

Lower Lost Frog realignment underway, new bridge installed

Volunteers install a new bridge on Lower Lost Frog Trail in Snowden Forest on Nov. 22, 2021. Photo by Sean Feagan / Campbell River Mirror.
The new movie Long Live Chainsaw celebrates the life and legacy of Nanaimo mountain bike racer Steve Smith. (Photo courtesy Sven Martin/Long Live Chainsaw)

New movie tells true story of Nanaimo mountain bike racer’s life and legacy

Long Live Chainsaw, a documentary about Steve Smith, premieres Nov. 5

The new movie Long Live Chainsaw celebrates the life and legacy of Nanaimo mountain bike racer Steve Smith. (Photo courtesy Sven Martin/Long Live Chainsaw)
Two-year-old Kashius Weme rides at the Steve Smith Memorial Bike Park in Nanaimo on Tuesday, May 11. The youngster’s precocious bike-riding ability is already attracting cycle sponsors. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

2-year-old B.C. bike rider already attracting cycle sponsors

Nanaimo’s Kashius Weme has a knack for extreme cycle sports

Two-year-old Kashius Weme rides at the Steve Smith Memorial Bike Park in Nanaimo on Tuesday, May 11. The youngster’s precocious bike-riding ability is already attracting cycle sponsors. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)
The Campbell River Bike Park is open for the season. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River Bike Park open for season

After a rough first winter, the jumps are ready for riders

The Campbell River Bike Park is open for the season. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
Unauthorized trail building and log cutting has been taking place in the Willow Point Conservation Area, which Greenways says damages trees, making them more likely to fall in high winds. Photo supplied by Greenways Land Trust

Unauthorized trail building damages trees – Greenways

Soil compaction and root damage can cause trees to fall in high winds

Unauthorized trail building and log cutting has been taking place in the Willow Point Conservation Area, which Greenways says damages trees, making them more likely to fall in high winds. Photo supplied by Greenways Land Trust
The Rotary Rock and Roll trail ready to ride. Photo supplied by Bryan Yells

PHOTOS: River City Cycle Club opens new mountain bike trail

Trail building seen as way of giving back to trail network

The Rotary Rock and Roll trail ready to ride. Photo supplied by Bryan Yells

Stay off bike park until it’s open — Campbell River Bike Park Society

Construction has begun, but people asked to wait until officially open before riding

B.C.’s best bikers crank out top spots at Crankworx

Finn Iles and Casey Brown No. 1 in first day of CLIF Crankworx mountain biking at SilverStar

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  • Jul 6, 2020

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