WHISTLER, BC – The Whistler Mountain Bike Park has announced the 2nd annual Whistler Spring Classic Enduro on May 27 and 28, 2017. As the second stop on the six stop North American Enduro Tour (NAET) and also an Enduro World Series (EWS) Qualifier, the Whistler Spring Classic will feature a new two-day format and a $3,000 prize purse.
KELOWNA, BC –Big White Ski Resortrecently announced it has begun construction and plans to open Bike Big White, a new lift-served bike park, in 2017. The resort says to expect "a world-class, lift-served mountain bike trail network with hundredss of acres of gravity fed trails, terrain parks, pump tracks and freestyle training facilities."
CAMPBELLTON, NB –Sugarloaf Bike Parkis finishing off the season in style with a gravity fueled weekend of racing, camping, prizes and giveaways Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
WHISTLER, BC – Take a quick lap around Whistler Bike Park with 11-year-old up-and-coming sensation Jackson Goldstone and 2013 UCI Downhill World Cup Overall Champion Stevie Smith. It's a great reminder that there's nothing more satisfying than simply getting on your bike and just hitting the trail. Two different generations, one singular passion, coming together at Whistler Mountain Bike Park.
WHISTLER, BC – It's all over. The crowds have dissipated. Careers, memories, mistakes, friends and history have all been made. It's back to business as usual for the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. But if one thing stands out in the memory of those who were there or watched, it's Brandon Semenuk's winning Joyride run. Could this be the best slopestyle run ever?
WHISTLER, BC – Aside from the momentum needed to clear the massive tables of Whistler's Crabapple Hits, this is one Crankworx event that places no premium on speed. No, the only thing that matters in the Official Whip-Off World Championships is getting sideways. Perhaps no other Crankworx event captures the spirit of Whistler quite like this—the showmanship, the crowds, the party, the bent wheels.
WHISTLER, BC – Crankworx—the biggest mountain bike event of the year in Whistler, possibly the world—wrapped up 10 days of races, contests, camaraderie and celebration yesterday with two of its signature events—the Joyride and the Canadian Open DH. Culminating with two finales that embody both style and speed respectively. The latter, an all-out testament to downhill racing in its purest, concluded on the legendary course throught the wooded steeps that lie almost hidden beside the massive Joyride slopestyle lines of the Boneyard.