BLMBA Membership

If you would like to join BLMBA, download the membership form here:

Once you've completed the form, drop it off at Burnt Bikes, Saturdays 12-4, (or give it to any executive member) along with your membership fee:
$40 per adult
$30 per youth
$120 per family 

$20 Winter membership

And if you don't bike but use the trails, there is a section on the form for those "Friends of the trail" who also want to hear about workbees and club activities. 

Members receive regular emails of club activities, discounts on events and assurance that our local trails receive the support they need.

 

Trailforks Karma Donation

If you prefer to use the Trailforks Karma program to donate to BLMBA, here's our Karma link:

Winter Rides & Workbees

THURSDAY

Women's Ride

 Every Thurs Afternoon.

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SUNDAY

Group Ride

Sun - 1pm

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BLMBA would like to thank Burnt Bikes for their support of club rides

BLMBA Events

February 18th

Freezer Burnt Fat Bike Fest

 

April 10th

Bike Camp Registration

 

May 8th to June 19th

Bike Camp

 

May 22nd to May 27th

Provincials for LDSS Mountain Bike Team

 

June 16th

Adult Bike Camp

 

June 21st to June 23rd

Babes in Balance

 

July 13th

Community Workbee

 

July 20th to 21st

Big Pig Mountain Bike Festival

 

July 27th to July 28th

BC Bike Ride

Hogzilla Trail Project

Burns Lake Mountain biking association – Hogzilla trail

 

Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society partnership

Burns Lake, BC, May 30, 2017– "Hogzilla" is a proposed 5 kilometre, advanced-skill downhill mountain bike run located in the Boer Mountain trail system.  The BLMBA anticipates this trail will become a very popular attraction in the already renowned Boer Mountain Rec Site trail network. This partnership, funded with support from BLMBA and Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society, will complete this new trail project, providing additional diversity in attracting more mountain biking tourism, and adding to the skills of the local and regional riding community.

“Not only will this trail augment a superlative array of downhill trails in the Recreational Area, it will fill a niche between the existing intermediate and advanced trails providing an additional opportunity for riders to hone and upgrade their skills.” – Guy Epkens-Shaffer (BLMBA President)

The project will promote long-term community economic diversification and will promote economic development in the area. This project benefits local businesses, contractors and our community by promoting a healthy opportunity for people to  explore in Burns Lake.

BLMBA Vision Statement – Burns Lake is a World Class mountain biking destination and a vibrant mountain biking community.

A special Thank You to the Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society for making this project possible.

Cheque presentation with NKDF representative Cindy Shelford for the Hogzilla Trail project