RIDE NORTH reverse

Proud member of riding communities along Route 16

All workbees and organized rides cancelled until further notice

Club Rides & Workbees

Community WorkBee - July 13th



Workbee & Downhill Shuttle Ride

 Every Wed 6-8pm.



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

BLMBA Membership

If you would like to join BLMBA, download the membership form here:

Once you've completed the form, drop it off at Burnt Bikes along with your membership fee:
$40 per adult
$30 per youth
$120 per family 
And if you don't bike but use the trails, there is a section on the form for those "Friends of the trail" who also want to hear about workbees and club activities. 

Members receive regular emails of club activities, discounts on events and assurance that our local trails receive the support they need.

Trailforks Karma Donation

If you prefer to use the Trailforks Karma program to donate to BLMBA, here's our Karma link:


BLMBA Facebook Feed

BLMBA Instagram

The Ride Burns limited edition coffee is here. You can enjoy great coffee from our friends @whitegoatcoffee and get some colouring in! Thanks to @_annabackhouse_ for designing the page! Send @burntbikes a message if you want to pick some up. The Burnt Bikes Challenge today is to do some bike related colouring! Submit your Ride Burns colouring sheet before April 10th for the contest to Ride Burns FaceBook or Instagram. #ride_burns #burntbikes #whitegoatcoffee
We’ve been slacking over here getting more photos out but the kids @spiritnorthxc haven’t been slacking with their colouring skills! Reminder that the contest is still going on!! #ride_burns #burntbikes #stayedwithinthelines
The trails are open for fatbiking, snowshoeing and running and it feels more important than ever for health and wellness. Please follow guidelines about distancing and avoid any group activities or gatherings. Please respect and follow, as this will allow the trails to remain open. #ride_burns #burntbikes #staysafe
A message from @burntbikes about their response to COVID-19 “As a local business, we have considered many factors in our decision to re-open Saturday, April 4th, for the season. The Province of BC has deemed bike shops as an essential service. We support this decision, as many use their bicycles for commuting and the physical and mental health benefits that mountain biking brings. 
We have looked over best practices for keeping communities safe. We have talked to those in the industry that have been open for business. When we are open, we will be following these practices: -only 1-2 customers (1 household group) will be in the store at one time (please make an appointment, so you will not have to wait)
-appointments should be made for all bike service drop offs and pick ups
-social distancing rules will apply in the store (no close talkers) -for payment we will accept e-transfers, if you would prefer
-before and after using the Interac touch pad, customers will need to use hand sanitizer
-if you are self-isolating at home, you can call us to arrange pick up or drop offs We are happy to discuss any questions about our products over the phone or on Facebook Messenger. Please feel free to call/text  250-692-7212, email: burntbikes@hotmail.com or find us on Facebook. 
A message from Norco: 
Experts agree that active alone-time outdoors complies with social distancing practices, and that exercise, (fresh air and sunshine) are vital to fending off this virus. So, take some time for a ride to invest in your physical and mental health – Just be sure you are following specific guidelines set out by federal and local authorities, and be sure that your activity doesn’t put others at risk, and any undue strain on your local medical providers.

Know your limit and ride within it. This is not the time to try trails that are beyond your skill level. 
Stay Healthy!
Dave and Susan”
#burntbikes #localbikeshop