Biking

Road, downhill, enduro, cross country - even snow! We're mad for two wheeled fun in the mountains.

What Kind of Biker Are You? Take the Quiz

There’s a variety of biking in and around Whistler. We can bet that we can determine which type of biker you are (or should be) by taking this short quiz!

9 Things To Do in Whistler This Summer

It's time to plan your summer bucket list! Here's your guide to all the things you must do in Whistler this summer.

Insider’s Guide: Hike or Bike to Cheakamus Lake

Cheakamus Lake is a classic half day Whistler hike with a stunning reward, Insider, Abby Cooper has all you need to know about getting there.

How to Pick and Train for a Cycling Event in Whistler

Want to crush your biking goals? Insider, Nina has all you need to know about training for and competing in Whistler's summer cycling events.

Sustaining Singletrack: Spring Riding Tips with WORCA

Find out what you need to know before hitting the cross-country mountain biking trails in Whistler this spring with Insider, Hailey Elise.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park 101: A First-Timer’s Guide

Whistler Mountain Bike Park opening day 2019 is just around the corner. Get all the info you need here for your first time out!

Insider’s Guide: Cross-Country Biking in Whistler

Spring biking in Whistler is all about the tacky dirt and mud-splashed faces, the untouched, empty trails and spirit of exploration — it's a time when the dirt reigns supreme.

Insider’s Guide to Whistler’s Mountain Bike Trails: Westside

The Westside bike trails are rocky, full of slabs, but no stranger to flow. It’s thrilling, it’s challenging, and most of all, it’s good fun.

Insider’s Guide to Whistler’s Mountain Bike Trails: Cheakamus

The Cheakamus area is south of Whistler village and right across from Function Junction. Defining attributes include easy accessibility, interesting terrain, and a trail for every level of rider.

Why Autumn in the Bike Park Rocks: A Mom Tells All

The cooler, damper fall nights can bring hero dirt to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, and with the kids back in school it’s a time for parents to get a few more laps in on their own.

Insider’s Guide to Whistler’s Mountain Bike Trails: Lost Lake

In the third of a five-part series, local riders Hailey Elise and Ollie Jones check out the gentle ascents, friendly signage, and beginner to intermediate descents of Lost Lake, with plenty of photos to get you keen and suggested trails for beginners to experts.
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