Since 2004, the Whistler Valley's legendary singletrack, rock gardens, punishing ascents and exhilarating descents have been home to Crankworx Whistler—where the globe's top MTB athletes come to showcase their skills.
Mountain biking is so ubiquitous in the Sea to Sky Corridor that it’s easy to forget how young the sport actually is. Unlike skiing and climbing, many of mountain biking’s pioneers are still kicking around.
The title for the ‘birthplace of freeride mountain biking’ could go to either Williams Lake or Kamloops. Both central BC towns have deep roots reaching back to the '80s and '90s pioneering this more extreme side of riding.
Check out evo's full guide to find out how to maintain and repair your mountain bike—including chain maintenance, upgrades, skills instruction, new gear and more—so you can stay safer on the trails and ride longer.
The diverse terrain of BC's Southern Interior creates endless possibilities for mountain bike trails with a landscape dotted with historic farm breweries and orchard cideries conveniently located for that post-ride bevie.
The new three-part short documentary series Inseparable highlights three Indigenous women who—through their chosen sport—connect with their ancestral homelands, preserve cultural practices and language and advocate for Indigenous rights.
Behind Penticton's relaxed vibe, groups of passionate locals were quietly crafting large networks of trails for mountain biking and one of the most robust beer scenes with the highest brewery per capita ratio in Canada.