For nearly ten years, one of Blue Mountain’s most legendary trails has laid dormant. The reasons why are extensive, and anyone who was a regular around the Bike Park during those years will have their own version of what exactly happened. But those stories are best left for another time. We’re here to talk about how, for one, shining
Despite the lack of a provincial race series, the return of Blue Mountain Bike Park’s Blue Cup proved downhill racing in Ontario is alive and well. With a new format, nearly 100 riders on the start list, and no points or overall championship to chase, the stage was set for a great, low-pressure day of racing bikes. O-Chute was lined
Like clockwork, every year the snow melts, the trails dry and the summer version of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment emerges from its winter slumber. After an unprecedented wet start to last summer, riders were looking forward to this year’s Opening Weekend of the Blue Mountain Bike Park. Riders were out in droves on Friday, and while some stayed
We’re less than a month away from the scheduled Opening Day of mountain bike season here at Blue Mountain, and we have some more exciting news to get everyone excited for the trails to open! Before East Coast Open, before King of the Mountain, and before Tuesday Night Series, there was The Blue Cup! With no Canada Cup or Ontario
It was just under a year ago that I flew into California for a week of riding and touring the factory at Santa Cruz Bicycles. The riding was unreal and visiting Santa Cruz Bicycles head office left me with a lasting impression about the brand and its philosophy about bikes. You can read all about my experience visiting the factory here.
Where did the winter go?! A warm end to February has us already thinking about the upcoming spring and summer seasons. In classic Ontario fashion, Mother Nature will most likely blast us with a couple more stints of winter weather, but, with the Toronto International Bicycle Show just around the corner, our minds are firmly set on the return of