Bikes, Buds, Beers (& getting involved!)

The Revelstoke Cycling Association would like to invite you to our social gathering this Thursday January 19th, starting at 7pm at the River City Pub. Come out to discuss our plans, share your own ideas, sign up for one of our volunteer committees, or purchase your 2017 RCA membership! This will be the first of many socials where we can all get together to get involved and make biking in Revelstoke the best it can be!

Drinks and snacks will be available to order, we’ll be playing some awesome bike movies and we’ll be announcing and awarding the winners of the DH toonie series!

We are happy to have a solid team of enthusiastic and dedicated board members for 2017 and we are embracing open communication and involvement with the […]

New Year – New Board Structure – New Ideas!

We’re stoked to welcome our new board members and ready to share the new structure that we have come up with to keep the momentum in the Revelstoke Cycling Association. Thanks to all those who have volunteered their time!

President – Keith McNab (revybiker@gmail.com)
Secretary – Carol Prince (carol.prince@bikerevelstoke.org)
Treasurer – Marie Mae Parent (marie.mai.parent@bikerevelstoke.org)
Communications – Meghan Tabor (meghan.tabor@bikerevelstoke.org)
Fundraising & Memberships – Robyn Goldsmith (robyn.goldsmith@bikerevelstoke.org) *
Races & Events – Megan Rose (megan.rose@bikerevelstoke.org) *
Trail Planning – Henning Schipper (henning.schipper@bikerevelstoke.org) *
Trail Construction – Matt Yaki (matt.yaki@bikerevelstoke.org) *
Trail Maintenance – Dave Pearson (david.pearson@bikerevelstoke.org) *

In addition to our Board of Directors, much of the work of the RCA is completed by our committees. An asterisk (*) denotes the directors who chair committees. The committees meet monthly to plan and complete club projects, trail works, and events. […]

RCA AGM – November 23 – Revelstoke Community Centre – 7pm

Are you passionate about biking in Revelstoke?

Do you have ideas and input on how the Revelstoke Cycling Association can continue to move forward?

Do you have some time to devote to a great cause?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, we need you to join the Revelstoke Cycling Association Board of Directors! Come to the RCA AGM on November 23rd at the Revelstoke Community Centre – 7pm!

This year there are 6 board positions up for grabs: VP/Secretary, Events, and Four (4) Trail Related Positions for a new “Trails Committee” (division of labour TBD):
-Operations
-Planning
-Frisby Ridge

We encourage all RCA members to attend this event and vote on who your directors will be for the 2016 season. Non-members can observe the meeting but cannot vote.

Come for the AGM, stay for […]

Frisby Results and Overall DH Standings

A small but hardy group of racers and volunteers turned up for the annual Frigid Fingers DH Toonie race presented by Flowt Bikes and Skis. The rain let up before and after the timed runs, but the weather decided it had been too kind the last couple of years, and racers were treated to a cold, wet ride down, with many off the bike experiences reported but the smiles were none the smaller for it, everyone made it down in one piece, and many hot dogs were still roasted over a bonfire in celebration. A timing malfunction meant that the day’s results and the series overall could not be calculated on the day, but they can be viewed in full below.

Megan Rose was the only […]

Final Toonie DH Race – Frisby Frigid Fingers

The time is approaching for the finale! The 5th and final round of the Revelstoke Cycling Association Downhill Toonie series presented by Flowt Bikes is next Sunday, Oct 16th. This of course is the annual Frigid Fingers Frisbee DH race. After the race there will be awards and draw prizes for racers and volunteers (including the return of Stoke Roasted coffee as a draw prize). The series overall cash prizes will be awarded, and there will be a bonfire and weenie roast. 

But first, we must race! The course on Frisbee presents a unique challenge, if you go super fast at the top, will you be too tired to go fast at the bottom? Does slow and steady win the race? You might have a slip […]