A huge thank you to Knolly Bikes and Telus "Give where you live" for this amazing contribution to the trails!

Thank you to everyone who came out to join us on Wednesday November 23rd for our Annual General Meeting.

We are proud to announce our 2017 Board of Directors and thank all of the candidates who applied to join the Board. 

See a list of your 2017 Board of Directors HERE!

To recap the nights events please review the following documents:

2016 AGM Presentation 

2016 AGM Meeting Minutes

Read the latest from the District of West Vancouver and British Pacific Properties on the current state of the development vision for Cypress Village. Thank you to Alan Bardsley for his commitment to keeping the mountain biking community informed.

Call for NSMBAFF Film Submissions! 
 
Coming up on February 11th, 2017, Mountain Bike Night at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF). We are repeating the success formula from last year and incorporate our annual film fest with it's 5 minutes shred-its and give local film makers the chance to get kick ass big ass screen time!
 

We are combining efforts and best practices with VIMFF (the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival). And we want your film!

November 21 2016

The NSMBA wishes to inform our community of the following, communication from the District of North Vancouver (DNV).

Pink Starfish has been closed in keeping with the recommendations contained within the 2007 Fromme Mountain Sustainable Trail Use and Classification Plan.

If you have any questions, please email the DNV at infoweb@dnv.org , please CC the NSMBA at info@nsmba.ca

https://www.dnv.org/notices

 

72 feet long roller coaster on Ladies Only

 

 

Update: October 28, 2016

via Jane Thornthwaite, MLA North Vancouver Seymour

CMHC and the Province are prepared, as co-owners, to permit reasonable and responsible recreational use of the property. Users are reminded that persons entering this land do so entirely at their own risk, and that the owners are not responsible for any damage or loss to property, or personal injury.

Going forward, CMHC and the Province will work closely together to consider the management of appropriate recreational usages of the property.

Thank you again for your patience!

Let's celebrate all the volunteers, supporters and builders who all work so hard to keep the trails riding the way they do!
All members are welcome to attend. Tickets are $10 at the door and include 1 drink and food. We will be celebrating our volunteers and builders for all their great work!

Thank you to Ryders Eyewear for hosting this party at their HQ!

We will also be hosting a raffle draw and additional drinks will be by donation so please bring cash or credit card.

On September 24th the NSMBA held a Community Trail Day on Lower Expresso. Over 50 volunteers attended the event and thanks to leadership from the Shore Corps members Robin Donovan, Sean Brassil, Oscar Gomez, Tom Hudson, Alex Lamarre, Gordon McNaughton & Rick Boles, approximately 100m of trail was constructed.  A big thanks to our sponsors Santa Cruz Bicycles, Steed Cycles and Sacre – Davey who kept the troops fuelled and gave some nice gifts to the build leaders. Thanks to all of you who made it out to help with the construction of this new trail.