The BC Bike Race is happy to announce that North Vancouver, home
of the infamous North Shore trails, will host the opening stage for
Going into year eight BC Bike Race the "Ultimate Singetrack Experience" will make a slight change to its route by hosting stage one in North Vancouver. After three years away the trail conditions were right to bring the event back.
The iconic ladder bridges of the North Shore are some of the most recognizable trail features in adventure tourism today. Bike Magazine recently quoted North Vancouver as "one of the most influential bike destinations in the world".
"The legendary North Shore has played a big part in the development of the global mountain biking history and connecting the circle route of this history from North Vancouver to Whistler just makes sense. " said BC Bike Race president Dean Payne. "We want to offer our participants the ride of their lives!"
The North Shore is changing, under the trail stewardship of Mark
Woods and the The NSMBA (North Shore Mountain Bike Association) the
building style is new school with lots of 'pump and flow' this has
made the trail access much more universal and the riding experience
that much better.
Stage 2 will take place in Cumberland, Stage 3 in Powell River and from there the course will remain mostly the same as the previous editions; the Sunshine Coast, Sechelt, stage 4 and 5, Squamish stage 6 and Whistler the final day.