Who We Help
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Mountain Bike Trail Building Associations Across BC:
Squamish Off-Road Cycling Association (SORCA): https://sorca.ca/about
"We are a volunteer driven organization with more than 1700 members. We rely on the efforts of our members and executive to create and lead initiatives. We are the primary advocate and maintainer for Squamish’s front country trail network through partnership agreements with the District of Squamish, Rec Sites and Trails BC and various private land owners."
Whistler Off-Road Cycling Association (WORCA): https://worca.com/about
"WORCA is Whistler's mountain bike advocacy group, working with local and regional governments, First Nations, developers, utility operators, private landowners, the community forest and other stakeholders to keep our non-motorized trails open and accessible."
Tri-Cities Off-Road Cycling Association (TORCA): http://torca.ca/about-us/history-of-torca/
"TORCA Directors and members have donated thousands of volunteer hours with the City of Port Moody Mountain Biking Task Force, trail building and maintenance, charity work and community events in the Tri-Cities."
Fraser Valley Mountain Bike Association (FVMBA): https://www.fvmba.com/about/
"The Fraser Valley Mountain Bikers Association (FVMBA) is a registered non-profit, volunteer-run organization whose primary goal is to grow the sport and increase participation in mountain biking in the Fraser Valley. We actively support the development of new trails and maintenance of existing trails to provide a positive experience for a full range of abilities and styles of mountain biking."
North Shore Mountain Bike Association (NSMBA): https://nsmba.ca/about-the-nsmba/
"The NSMBA relies predominantly on volunteers. The Board of Directors are required to be unpaid for their position as Directors, and are all passionate about the North Shore trails, environment, and the mountain bike community."
Mountain Bikers of Central Okanagan (MTBco): https://www.mtbco.ca/home
"Better Trails - Your primary benefit is our primary goal... better mountain biking trails to ride. By supporting MTBco, you provide the funding we need to cover the cost of trail development and maintenance, like insurance, tools, equipment, fuel, etc"
Coast Mountain Bike Trail Association (CMBTA): https://www.cmbta.ca/about
"Coast Mountain Bike Trail Association (CMBTA) is a registered non-profit society dedicated to protecting and promoting mountain bike access on the southern Sunshine Coast (Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour, Langdale & Egmont). Our organization was formed in 2018 by a small and passionate group of mountain bikers. CMBTA is a volunteer driven organization with over 130 members."
Pemberton Off-Road Cycling Association (PORCA): https://www.porcabikes.com/
"The Pemberton Off Road Cycling Association was founded to support riders and trails of all levels. Through community involvement and trails stewardship, PORCA strives to maintain and enhance Pemberton's world class riding experience for residents and visitors."
Nanimo Mountain Biking Club (NMBM): http://nanaimomountainbikeclub.com/about/
"The Nanaimo Mountain Bike Club is Nanaimo’s official mountain bike advocacy group. We actively work with public and private landowners to advocate for trail access to develop and maintain trails for non-motorized use. This includes running, hiking, and dog walking as well as mountain biking."
South Island Mountain Biking Society (SIMBS): https://simbs.com/#
"SIMBS is a not-for-profit organization run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers who advocate for trail access, build sustainable riding areas, hosts events that promote mountain culture and engages the local community to provide an opportunity for everyone to ride." .
Prince George Mountain Bike Association (PGMBA): https://bikepenticton.com/about/
"Since 2006, the PGCC/PGMBA has been working with the City of Prince George and the provincial government, to develop a mountain bike park in Prince George to provide a safe, regulated, and well-maintained place for bikers of all styles and ages to ride."
North Okanagan Cycling Society (NOCS): https://nocs.ca/about
"North Okanagan Cycling Society (NOCS) provides positive trail experiences for mountain bikers in the North Okanagan. We build, maintain, ride, protect and advocate for new trails. We're the voice for mountain biking in the North Okanagan."
Wildhorse Cycling Club (WCC): http://bikewildhorse.ca/about-us/the-club/
"Wildhorse Cycling Club was founded in 2011 to bring together cyclists of all disciplines in Cranbrook, BC. The club is a non profit society registered with the Province of BC, and organize volunteers to aid in the restoration, development and maintenance of biking trail systems and areas including skill parks."
Revelstoke Cycling Association (RCA): http://bikerevelstoke.org/
"We are a non-profit volunteer run organization dedicated to supporting and promoting cycling in the Revelstoke area. Our work includes developing trails and infrastructure, organizing events and programs, building the cycling community, and advocating and educating in support of cycling in our community."
Fernie Mountain Bike Club (FMBC): http://bikerevelstoke.org/
"The FMBC collaborates with local groups to advocate for access to recreational mountain bike trails. The Fernie trail network exists due to the contributions that volunteers have made over the last few decades. Volunteer work forms the backbone of our organization, from the executive team to running our events."
Nelson Mountain Bike Club (NMTBC): https://nelsonmtb.club
"NMTBC's mission is to facilitate, advocate, promote and encourage mountain biking in Nelson. Fostering local mountain bike trails and events, creating distinctive and valued community assets for the enjoyment of mountain bike riders of all abilities."
Penticton & Area Cycling Association (PACA): https://www.bikepenticton.com/about.html
"The Penticton and Area Cycling Association was formed in 2008 with a goal of providing the south-central Okanagan with a voice for cyclists. We have evolved to become the prominent force in both on and off-road trail design, maintenance and planning. We work with city, provincial government and NGOs in securing access to rural and urban landscapes, allowing residents and tourists alike to better enjoy time spend on their bikes."
Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium (CMBC): https://ridethecariboo.ca/
"While the mountain bike sector has been part of the regional economy for the past 15 years, there is tremendous potential for growth. The Consortium aims to grow the mountain bike economy into an integral part of emerging and sustainable economic diversification initiatives that assist in the ongoing effort to address the threats to regional stability. from the impacts of the mountain pine beetle"
United Riders of Cumberland (UROC): https://unitedridersofcumberland.com/
"The United Riders of Cumberland is a registered non-profit society that advocates for mountain biking through building and maintaining mountain bike trails, hosting mountain bike events, and encouraging mountain biking in youth"
If you know of any legitimate organization that would qualify to be on this list, please message us and we will gladly add to our library of associations dedicated to maintaining and growing the vast network of mountain biking trails that British Columbia has to offer.