Logging operations are back in effect at the Woodlot in Maple Ridge.
If you are planning to ride in the area, please heed all warning signs and stay out of closed areas. Riding these areas is a privilege and our respectfulness is key to maintaining this area as a riding area for years to come.
Please be advised of the daily trail closure (7am to 5pm) on the skidder connector trail between the 287th street parking area and the five corners junction. This is the only trail that will be affected and we would please ask recreational users to utilize the alternative route along the woodlot main to access the downhill mountain bike trails.
This closure of the main access trail is expected to continue through to the end of September.
This years race will feature 12km running on Red Mountain, with a 15km cross-country mountain bike challenge on Bear Mountain.Mountain.
Get your team together, and register today!
Due to the recent weather and environmental concerns in the Lower Mainland, Team That’s What She Said has had to make the tough decision to postpone the event. Trail building with or without power tools is banned until further notice in our area and this coupled with the excessively dry conditions raise concerns about our shred’tastic trail network. Plus all that man’teer heat is sure to spark something! Trail and forest preservation as well as volunteer and participant safety are very important to us as organizers.
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Sumas Enduro Weather Update
Hey racers, as the weather continues to scorch the forest we are looking at some serious safety concerns with respect to racers and the forest in general. We have decided to proceed with the race; however we are making a few changes to ensure that everyone has a good time out there and that we reduce the exposure to the heat of the day.
That’s a wrap people, this Sunday July 5th marks the final event of this year’s FVMBA Trailblazer Series. The weather is going to be unreal, the trails have been dialed, everything is primed for race day.
It is getting dry in the woods. We would like to remind everyone to be smart about fire danger in the woods we like to call home. There are fire bans in effect in our local municipalities, which include the mountains & trail networks within those communities. The dry weather is not expected to let up soon.
It’s finally here! If you were out to our inaugural race on Red Mountain in May you know just what sort of weekend you are in for. We have a huge weekend planned with an “Official Grand Opening” of the new Vedder Beginner Trail, the announcement of the winner of the “Name the Trail” contest, the “Vedder Mountain Klunker” an evening group ride up Vedder Mountain on some super old bikes. This is all followed by the “Vedder Mountain QuadCrusher Enduro” the following day.
We Thank SEYEM’QWANTLEN RESOURCES LTD. for allowing us the use courtesy of riding in their woodlot. Please be mindful of your safety when riding in this active logging area.
ACTIVE LOGGING AT WOODLOT- Please respect the trail Closures
Heads up riders there is logging activity located on the eastern boundary of the woodlot. The trails Quick Hit and Snakes and Ladders, as well as the Trans Canada Trail route off the road will be affected during the closures for safety purposes. Please respect the trail closures while logging is happening.