Boréale Biking strongly value great experiences, delicious food and sharing lots of laughs while out riding a bike. We all love living in the Yukon, and feel the best way to experience the place is on a bike, roaming through the singletrack that flows through our boreal forests, mountain tops and river valleys. Let us show you the best time possible with two wheels on the ground!
Developed for the 1988 Winter Olympic Games Nordic events, the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park remains a world-class facility. In 2005 the Centre was significantly renovated to re-establish itself as one of the top cross country, biathlon and mountain bike destinations in the world. In the winter…More than 65 km (37 miles) of groomed and track-set trail for all ability levels in both classic and skating technique beckon cross-country skiers. In the summer…An 18-hole disc golf course, four orienteering courses, more than 100 km of single and double-track mountain bike and hiking trail, 6.5 km of paved rollerski trail, and a mountain bike skills park keep visitors busy.
Learn new skills, increase confidence on the bike, or simply enjoy the sport like never before. World class women's only and co-ed instructional weekend camps for beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders.
After 10 years in the saddle, the TransRockies organization is ready for the best ever edition of the now legendary event. TransRockies has always been known for backcountry adventure, spectacular scenery, camaraderie and teamwork. In recent years, we’ve been constantly innovating to bring you more high quality singletrack riding, a better participant experience, and more options with our TR3 and TR4 offerings.
This year will epitomize the TransRockies legend of true mountain biking adventure, and at the same time offering the best mountain bike event experience anywhere. TransRockies is still a “difficult but doable” mountain biking adventure, but it also offers the best riding experience on mountain trails, and the best rider support of any mountain bike stage race in the world.
The guidance on this website, and in other IMBA documents, is for reference only and should not be interpreted as a standard, specification or regulation.Mountain biking is inherently risky and could result in injury or death.