Whistler Mountain Bike Park

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Whistler Mountain Bike Park
Whistler-Blackcomb doesn’t do anything small, so it was no surprise that Whistler Bike Park quickly emerged as the global go-to, lift-access, downhill biking destination. The park even has its own massive festival, Crankworx, a 10-day rock-hopping frenzy every August. Walking amongst the armored throngs rolling their studded-tired bikes toward the lifts, you could forget that it snows here at all. Any thoughts of summer being the offseason have vanished. You don’t have to be a millennial—though it helps—to get dirty here, there are more than enough green and blue runs to provide a serious rush for youngsters and boomers. Sign up for the park's outdoor clinics for critical insights into your technique.
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Whistler Mountain Bike Park
Familiarize yourself with the local bars and bike trails of Whistler while becoming acquainted with the locals by participating in Twoonie Thursdays. For a twoonie (or the two dollar Canadian coin), you can partake in a leisurely bike race on one of the many trails of Whistler Mountain, then enjoy a bite and a beer in the Village. The Whistler Off Ride Cycling Association organizes this weekly summer event and all proceeds are channeled toward sponsoring local top riders in the community.
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