BC Bike Race
July 6 - July 13, 2017
The 2016 BC Bike Race has ended - thank you to everyone who made it a success. Check back for more information on 2017 events.
A race that proves that British Columbia is a cross country cycling destination like no other. Seven stages over seven days on some of the best singletrack in the province, ending with a thrilling Day 7 stage in Whistler on July 13. Book ahead to secure your accommodation for the final stage, and stay for a few days after to recover in the beautiful summer resort.
BC Bike Race (BCBR) is a seven day mountain bike stage race operated in and around the Vancouver area of British Columbia, Canada. It is also known as the “The Ultimate Singletrack Experience”, taking riders on the adventure of a lifetime.
BCBR captures the unique flavour of mountain biking in British Columbia, one of the world's mountain biking meccas. Whether you compete, support a rider or spectate, be sure to leave time in Whistler after the race to see what the area has to offer off road cyclists.
Where can I find a bike shop near the Village for parts and repairs?
Here's a list of bike shops near Whistler Village - click for maps and contact info.
I've been on the road for a week and need to do laundry - help?
Many places to stay include an ensuite laundry or laundry facilities within the building - a quick call to the Whistler.com travel consultants at 1.800.944.7853 and they can help you find a place. Alternately, laundry can be done at the Southside Lodge in Creekside or the Riverside Campground north of the Village.
I've just completed the entire BC Bike Race, and I need a beer and food. Where do I go?
Visit our Dining Guide to find places that serve cool beverages and tasty treats. There's plenty to choose from.
I can't bear the thought of riding my bike again today - any taxis in town?
Absolutely - there are several taxi companies in town ready to whisk you to and from your hotel.
Is there anything to do in Whistler after the race is over?
Whistler is the perfect place to hang out with family, friends and fellow riders. There's a pedestrian-only village with shopping, restaurants and sunny patios plus and lakes, hiking trails and spas for taking it easy off the bike. Plus there's plenty of singletrack to explore when you want to get spinning again.