I’m glad you asked. This week the UCI World Cup champ is Canadian. Huge WMBP congrats to Steve Smith on his win at Leogang. What else is Canadian? Well, it appears total mountain bike domination is Canadian. Brandon Semenuk, Joyride champ – Canadian! Brett Rheeder, X Games MTB Slope gold –...From Our Blog
I’m not sure if you have noticed but this year has been unreal for wasps around here. The long stretch of dry summer made for perfect wasp breading and the number of nests in the Park and their size has been unprecedented. Trail building in these conditions drew a lot of parallels to mine...From Our Blog
The adrenaline fest left town and now its time for testosterone fest to take over Whistler. Iron Man hits town on the weekend and will have an impact on riders planning on coming up to ride WMBP. Here are some tips if you plan to ride the Park. Come up Saturday night, not Sunday morning...From Our Blog
Well the party’s over and the WMBP team is almost ready to catch up on some much needed sleep. Once the scaff comes down and the trail garbage picked up we can get back to the business of patching trails and building new lines. Crankworx 2013 did not disapoint and the residual images and...From Our Blog
When the bike park first opened for the season in May there were 151 days of riding and endless summer nights. Now there are only 15 days left before the Whistler Mountain Bike Park closes and summer is officially over. This video portrays the spirit of truly dedicated riders. Whether they are gunning it down gnarly lines or easing their way around berms for the first time, downhill fanatics don't let cooler temperatures and a little rain get in their way. They take advantage of precious laps while they still can, all with a smile on their face and dirt, well, everywhere.
Whistler Mountain Bike Park closes for the season on October 14, 2013.
64 days until winter opening of Whistler Blackcomb.
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