Trail Status

Full Boar - Closed Charlotte's Web - Closed    When Pigs Fly - Closed    Long Lake - Closed
Culy Tairl - Closed Learn From Experience - Closed     Soueet - Closed The Virge - Closed
Porkupine - Closed Pork n Beans - Closed Smells Like Bacon - Closed Waterlew - Closed
Piglet - Closed Squeelin Wheels - Closed Conveyor Belt - Closed BTweaked - Closed
Slaughter House - Closed  Pork Grind - Closed 4 Cross - Closed Shawn's Flow - Closed
Rotary Skills/Jump park - Closed     Flozone - Closed Long Haired Hippie - Closed     Kager Lake trail - Closed
Razorback - Closed Wee Piggy Skills Park - Closed Fire Crew - Closed  The RUNT - Closed


Registration is now open. Closes on May 12, 3:00 pm

In addition to registering on Zone 4, each athlete must be registered with their school in the BC School Sports Exnet system (final date is April 30th). 

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Welcome to Burns Lake

We are thrilled to host the Mountain Biking Provincial Championships this year. We look forward to seeing everyone. Here is some information for you.

Accommodations :

Sunshine Inn (recommended): 250-692-7696- Cost $89/room plus tax .They do have kitchenettes.

Lakes District Secondary School is available: Patti Dube- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Omineca Ski Club: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Joan Ragsdale)

Kager Lake- Camping for tents and RV’s


How to get here: Head North to Prince George and make a left on highway 16. Drive for two and half hours and you are in Burns Lake.

Both XC and Enduro points (1st - 5th in all categories) will be included in determining the overall team championship. (Banner)

For a complete schedule

Burns Lake (BC, Canada) Bronze-level

Burns Lake, British Columbia, is Canada’s first IMBA Ride Center and a family-friendly riding destination.

Since 2006, the Burns Lake Mountain Biking Association has been working with trail professionals and local builders to build more than 40 km (25 mi) of singletrack, 20 km (12.4 mi) of downhill trails, and four bike parks. The signature downhill trail—When Pigs Fly—contains more than 100 berms, tabletops, and other features and is accessible by one of the many shuttles run by the local bike shop.

Riders wanting to go the distance can easily create a 30 km (18.6 mi) cross-country ride up Boer Mountain. The trails radiate out from Kager Lake, which has several free campsites, including RV sites and canoe-in tent sites right on the lake. All of this with close proximity to community services.

The IMBA Ride Center® designation represents IMBA’s Model Trail recognition for large-scale mountain bike facilities that offer something for every rider. Bring your full arsenal of bikes to these destination-worthy areas. From backcountry adventures to shuttle-served gravity trails, and from expert-only to family-friendly, you’ll encounter the best the sport has to offer.

IMBA staff selects candidates for Ride Centers recognition on an invitation-only basis. Learn more about how the process works.

For a complete list of IMBA's Ride Centers, click here IMBA Ride Centers

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Club Rides

Workbee & Downhill Shuttle Ride

Meet at Kager Lake Parking Lot at 6:30pm

Cross-Country Ride

Meet at Bike Park Parking Lot at 7:00pm

Cross-Country Ride

Meet at Kager Lake Parking Lot at 10:00am

All riding levels welcome!

BLMBA would like to thank Burnt Bikes for their support of club rides

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