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BC Bike Race

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Location:
Canada
Event type:
MTB Stage
Event dates:
2 Oct 2021 - 7 day event
± 14 weeks until event
Race Organiser:
BC BIKE RACE
Race Director:
Dean Payne and Andreas Hestler
Email:
info@bcbikerace.com
A ribbon of singletrack cuts across a carpet of electric green moss

A ribbon of singletrack cuts across a carpet of electric green moss – Powell River BC

The BC Bike Race

Welcome to the West Coast Mountains, the lush rain forests and our unique handmade mountain bike trails. It is these lovingly crafted singletrack gems that have created such high demand for the BC Bike Race.

2016 will be the 10th anniversary of BC Bike Race the “Ultimate Singletrack Experience”.  The inventory of trails is only increasing but the journey, the experience remains the same – “The best week on a bike”!

Route Information

Distance:
310km
Ascent:
8964m

Technical Rating: 7

Race reviews

http://mountainbike.bicycling.com/mountainbikecom/featured-stories/great-escape-surviving-bc-bike-race
For some, the stage race is a dream trip, a weeklong adventure on some of Canada's most stunning trails. For others, it means a whole lot more.
http://gearjunkie.com/bc-bike-race-gear-and-race-tips
Earlier this month, I competed in the BC Bike Race, a seven-day mountain bike stage race through British Columbia, with my teammate Paul LaPerriere. Each day we’d sample the best riding around a different community, racing an average of 30 miles of singletrack. It was challenging: In 25 hours of riding I covered 200 miles, about 140 of it on singletrack, and climbed 30,000 feet through the province’s steep terrain. As with any epic adventure I learned a lot on the trail, including these 12 pieces of wisdom. —Ryan Stuart
http://mbaction.com/uncategorized/race-travel-feature-bc-bike-race-british-columbia-canada
As the undisputed ultimate singletrack experience, the BC Bike Race (often shortened to BCBR) provides riders with 200 miles of riding and over 32,000 feet of climbing over seven consecutive days on some of the best singletrack in North America. It’s a race and don’t let anybody convince you otherwise—but it’s also a great way to enjoy back-to-back days of shredding singletrack for hours on end in one of the most beautiful corners of the globe.

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