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From Google Earth and topo maps, to boots on the ground and three meters of snow. Watch the birth of a trail in this six part Peak to Creek series.

Peak to Creek is an educational, on-the-...

Vancouver, British Columbia –  Destination BC released its new corporate strategy and tourism marketing plan today, and unveiled key elements of BC’s revitalized...

Peak to Creek is an educational, on-the-ground mini-series showcasing the process, passion and man-power behind a professional-level trail building, from start to finish.

We hand picked a...

Freehub Magazine's Photo Book (Issue 5.3) will be on shelves soon.  It is a photo annual but it is specific to a single area and for this one it is all in the West Kootenay region of...

Burns Lake

The alternate dates for this year’s Burns Lake Big Pig Mountain Bike Festival have been confirmed for September 26-28, 2014.

The original dates, August 15-17, had to be cancelled due...

The Mountain Bike Tourism Association (MBTA) needs your help. We are interested in learning more about mountain biking-related travel. If you travel to ride and are 18 years or older, we want to...

Campbell River

Three years in the making, the proposed mountain bike skills park is close to becoming a reality. After much consideration and consultation the ideal location was chosen. The site comprises of a 3...

Sooke

The Sooke community is in full support of the new SEAPAC bike park. Builders have almost completed the pump track which is stage 1 of the exciting project. The bike park encourages children and...

Burns Lake

August 15, 2014 - Due to wildfire activity and increased area of evacuation alert expanding to the outskirts of the community of Burns Lake, the Burns Lake Mountain Bike Association has announced...