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Welcome to the Fernie Mountain Bike Club

Welcome to the Fernie Mountain Bike Club (FMBC) website! The FMBC is a member-based, non-profit organization with a mandate to foster and promote building, maintaining and riding the Fernie trails, which is done in conjunction with the Fernie Trails Alliance.

Collaborating with other groups such as the Fernie Trails Alliance, the FMBC encourages recreational and competitive cycling for all ages and abilities and promotes responsible mountain biking practices and land use. The FMBC is an integral part of advocating for access of trails, management and maintenance of recreational mountain bike trail use.

The FMBC organizes events such as the annual Spring Bike Blitz, the Wam Bam Dirt Jump Jam, 2NEE races, the Dirt Diggler, and the High Roller event.

Become a member, support mountain biking in Fernie and the FMBC!

Events

Date:
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 19:00

Fernie Trails Alliance AGM coming up on Nov. 28th at 7pm at the Red Tree Lodge. Be there, be informed, have a drink and chat about trails!

Date:
Sunday, December 3, 2017 - 14:00

Stay tuned for details about this year's Global Fat Bike Day on December 2nd.

Trail Conditions and News

Ever wondered what the Fat Biking rage is all about, check it out here https://tourismfernie.com/activities/mountain-biking/fatbiking  
All trails have now reopened for biking/hiking. 
As of 1pm Sept. 2nd there is a FULL CLOSURE of all trails around Fernie for all activities/access.Please obey all signage and stay off of the trails. This closure is a government mandated closure of all crown land due to extreme fire hazard. All private property owners have decided... More
These are the new FMBC membership stickers available at The Guide's Hut, Straight Line Bicycle and Ski, The Ski Base and GearHub Sports.  Go to bikefernie.ca to get your 2017 membership.
Access to the Fairy Creek parking lot is closed - permanently. This is due to pressure from Ministry of Highways, with concern for the ever-growing number of people making dangerous turns into that area, and the number of people pulling back out onto the highway. Also, a number of people have been... More

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