After the successful introduction of the Bike Film Night feature series, curator and film pedlar Brett Cotter is thrilled to bring to Bay of Plenty cycling fans ‘The Moment’. ‘The Moment’ is a feature-length documentary that uncovers the origin of freeride mountain biking in British Columbia, Canada, and the rebellious group of backwoods adrenaline junkies … More Free riding into town
The Laurentian Ski Museum in St-Sauveur is proof that Quebecers have snow sports in their blood. The museum honours remarkable champions and industry pioneers dating back more than 100 years. Its three rooms of exhibits tell snowy stories through vintage photos, racing memorabilia and artifacts such as wooden skis, bear-trap bindings and lace-up boots. The … More Skiing is in our DNA: Laurentian museum honours snow sports pioneers
There is so much going on in Canada’s most easterly region in 2018 – there is plenty to see, do and explore for all types of travelers, from urbanites to nature lovers and dedicated foodies, in Canada’s best kept secret; New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. https://www.eturbonews.com/174418/atlantic-canada-tourism-hot-spots-2018
HI – I am writing you as Co-Chair of the Trailhead Canada Trails Event taking place in Ottawa November 21-23, 2017. If you are a trail user, manager, marketer or builder, I want to encourage you to attend this national trail event. Here’s how I think you’ll benefit by joining us: 1) Attendees will be … More Top Reasons Why You Should Attend Trailhead Canada – Please share!
The Canadian Trails Federation is pleased to add the Trailhead Canada Event – November 21-23, Gatineau-Ottawa National Trails Event to its event page. “This single national trails event represents the best opportunity for recreational trail operators and managers to celebrate our success and showcase our work to Canada and the world”, says CTF President, Patrick … More Canadian Trails Federation adds Trailhead Canada Event!
From Canadian Cycling Magazine – Emily Batty (Trek Factory) defended the Canadian women’s elite national title at the 2017 cross-country mountain bike championships in Canmore, Alberta on Saturday, July 23. It’s Batty’s third career elite women’s title. Catharine Pendrel (Clif Bar Team) of Kamloops, B.C. was second with Haley Smith (Norco Factory Racing) of Uxbridge, … More Emily Batty secures 2017 Canadian national XC mountain bike title
Interested in trails in Canada? Why not learn about them through the links to the news of the groups making and supporting trails in Canada! Equine Industry Symposium CRHRA Newsletter Ontario Trails – Trailwise Newfoundland Trailway Island Trails NSTrails SentierNBTrails Conseil Quebecois du Loisir Trails Manitoba SaskTrails Alberta TrailNet Outdoor Recreation Council of BC AQCC … More Canadian Trails News Sources
Full article at the Daily Mirror OnLine Photo credit to Press Association Images Prince William and Kate Middleton have revealed little George has been having a fantastic time since they arrived in Canada for their eight-day tour. The Duke and Duchess visited Montana Mountain where they admired the breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks from midway up … More William reveals George has been “bombing about on a bike” as Kate declares her love for little girl’s boots
A hotel close to the beach, an old ferry transformed into a restaurant and boat tours under the Confederation Bridge. Those are just three of the ideas readers of CBC PEI’s Facebook page came up with when asked how they would make Borden-Carleton more of a tourist destination. More>>>>>>> Bike shop by the trail A bike shop … More Borden-Carleton as a tourist destination: Your comments
Kelly Milner’s ‘Shift’ tells story of aboriginal youth who built Carcross’s renowned biking trails By Paul Tukker, CBC News Posted: Sep 25, 2016 8:00 AM CT Last Updated: Sep 25, 2016 9:20 AM CT ‘Everytime people watch this film, they say, ‘It’s just so beautifully shot,” Milner said, giving credit to director of photography Dave Hamelin. … More Film tells story of Aboriginal youth who helped build Yukon bike trails