If you can imagine what’s being built here on Boondocker then you might like to help finish the job on Sunday May 19th. The RCA’s DH Committee would love your help with some raking and adding the finishing touches to the all new jump line that’s been built up at Boulder Mtn. Show up at 10am and join the work crew starting at the end of the first section of Boondocker. Drive to the 6km junction and go left up the spur road for 100m then park. Walk up Boondocker trail from there. Bring a rake, sturdy shoes, gloves, water and a snack.
Flowdown is one of the most heavily used trails so it’s a good idea to give it a “once over” each year. This means cleaning debris out of drainage nicks, repairing braking bumps and building up wet spots with rocks. This will help keep the trail fast and flowy for years to come.
Meet at 8:30am at the Flowdown parking lot. Click on the Yellow Calendar Event for details.
Wednesday Night Racing presented by Arrow Helicopters kicks off the season with the first race of the series on May 22nd. The race starts at 7 pm but please come 30 minutes early to register. All racers need to have Cycling BC coverage. Please bring your Cycling BC card to the race with you please.
If you like climbing you’ll love this course! With two tough climbs per lap your quads will be quivering. Of course everything that goes up must come down and descents down Berm Donor and Dusty Beaver will be your reward for all the uphill suffering. As a race within the race we’ll be timing the Berm Donor descent (dependent on volunteer availability). Click here for specific course details.
Our dedicated volunteers have completed a rebuild of the start of Lower Quarry Trail so the trail is now rideable top to bottom. Note that the trail now starts a little farther North than it originally did along the Begbie Falls FSR. The start to 4Play off the FSR has also been rebuilt.
If you don’t want to do what these girls are doing at the bottom of the Quarry Trail then we are hoping you will join us. We will be working on reestablishing the bottom 200 meters of the trail starting at 5 pm tonight. If you can help with the trail work please come to the bottom of the Quarry Trail on Begbie Falls FSR at 5 pm or after. Bring work boots and gloves, we will provide the tools and let you know what needs to be done.