BC Bike Life
Most mountain bikers have heard of the infamous BC Bike Race. The epic stage race through British Columbia is the western hemisphere’s largest mountain bike stage race by far and one of the most challenging.
I regretted that trip to Canada to ride bikes, on the raddest trails…….Said no one. EVER!!
Standing on a start line wasn’t new for the dynamic duo of Syd & Macky. They race professionally and have started hundreds of races. But this one was different. They were standing on the line together. And would be racing together for seven days in a row.
BC Bike Race just returned home from the biggest women’s mountain bike festival on the planet, Roam Bike Fest.
The BC Bike Race was featured in the Spanish magazine, SoloBici! Read the article - pdf download cover Pages1-2 pages3-4 Pages5-6...
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The BC Bike Race is 7 day singletrack adventure that takes place on the West Coast of Canada. Thoughts from the GMBN crew.
With a fearsome reputation from the technical nature of the trails, the BC Bike Race is on many rider’s bucket lists.
Contemporary Cross Country bikes are a far cry from the rigid, high seated machines they once were.
There’s something about the event that is hard to put into words, videos, or Instagram captions. Something you need to feel to understand.
Fraser Newton is about to tear into a complete Chris King rear hub overhaul. It’s 3 o’clock in the morning.
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Stage 7 - Squamish| Presented By: Harbour Air Seaplanes | Distance: 52.6 kms | Elevation Gain: 1681 meters Sunny skies broke over Squamish for the first time in three days along the BC coast. It was shaping up to be a perfect finale to a week of incredible racing....
Stage 6 - Sechelt to Langdale | Presented By: Shimano | Distance: 49.3 kms | Elevation Gain: 1403 meters After five stages, the trail starts to take its toll. Yesterday was a grinder, a boat load of up and down, with plenty of fast pedaling to make the legs beg for...
“It’s turning into a real dog fight out there,” said Graeme Martindale and Norm Thibault (TNA-Frontrunner,) who have been fighting hard to claw back time lost on team Cahilty Racing early in the week.
You want to learn more about the race ? Check our page about The Journey.