Despite the recent weather, as a thanks to all CMBA members and all trail building volunteers, the Cyclepath is hosting it’s 4th annual “club night” on Sept 26, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (likely with help from ToolShed Brewing)
Cyclepath just opened a new NORTH location and wants to show it off. They will be providing some pretty sweet deals on products TBD. Door prizes are always a big part of the night. Fresh back from Interbike in Las Vegas, Travis and Weston will have a lot of new stock including several new fatbikes to show.
- 15% off all regular priced bikes
- 20% off accessories
- $49.95 on Regular tune ups.
Door Prizes (to follow)
This event is open to EVERYONE, so bring your friends, family, neighbours and fellow riders. We need to know approx. numbers to ensure food and beverages so please pre-register here with Eventbrite.
Come one, come all and bring your freinds
Like a hidden clip after the movie credits or the hidden track on a CD, we have some good news. Tool Shed Brewing will officially be a sponsor of the event and will have Oktoberfest tix for Sept 27 th as door prizes. Need I say more…..
Due to Ma Nature dropping a load of wet snow on us this week, we need to postpone Saturday’s trail day. As soon as we have another day picked, we’ll announce it.
Riding the Mt MacPherson trails in Revelstoke
Calgarians are big travelers. Calgary mountain bikers, in particular, love to explore other riding areas. While it’s a little surprising to see somebody on Sulphur Springs one week and then see them in Moab the next, it happens. Exploring new trails and experiences is a big part of what mountain biking is all about, and you owe it to yourself to see what’s past the borders of Kananaskis. Here are a few personal favourites:
Ever wonder why many Calgary trails are deserted on long weekends? It’s ’cause everybody is riding in Fernie. With a huge diversity of trails for everyone from beginners to pros, it’s the cat’s ass. Buy a map or the trail guide book at one of the bike shops in town – it’s totally worth it. Some favourite trails are South Castle, Swine Flu, Black Forest/Megahurtz, Splitting Bears, Project 9, Slunt/Brokeback, Verboten, so many more… Lift-accessed riding at the resort starts on June 28 this year, and typically runs through to Sept. 1. The Elk chair runs daily, but the Timber chair [access to most of the long black + double-black runs] is only open weekends and holidays, so plan accordingly.
Local Trail Org: Fernie Trails Alliance
LOVE REVY. Great town, great people, great trails. The obvious go-to is the Mt. MacPherson area. The density of trails is similar to Canmore Nordic Centre – except with proper signage! Read more ›