Bragg Creek Trails is a group of dedicated community members who work hard to make outdoors accessible for everyone all year round. Explore, connect with nature, and share good times. We build these trails together one step, glide and pedal at a time.
MMBTS is a not-for-profit society, comprised of mountain bikers dedicated to the accessibility of trails and support of mountain biking in Moose Mountain and surrounding area. They not only participate in numerous trail building days but they also organize race and entertainment events open to MMBTS members throughout the year.
Devoted to all things Canmore & area mountain biking, this page is a hub for info on CAMBA's activities & riding in our area.
With a focus on Canmore and area, CAMBA’s overarching mandate is to advocate for mountain biking and strive for a vibrant and exciting trail system for all ages and abilities. CAMBA recognizes the importance of great mountain bike trails for locals and the positive impact mountain bike tourism has as an important part of the visitor economy.
The Calgary Mountain Bike Alliance is a not-for-profit society dedicated to building and maintaining single track trails in Calgary and Kananaskis. The CMBA holds numerous events to assist in creating and maintaining trails, as well as entertain their members throughout the year.
SSMBC is a progressive women’s only mountain biking club in the Calgary region that brings together riders of all ages and abilities to enjoy the sport.. SSMBC inspires a world where no woman fears rocks or drops, by bringing women of all abilities together for super duper wicked riding in an environment of comradery and support whilst building leaders, and being a positive force in the community.
Free to join, and open to any adult in Canada, the COC brings people together in a fun, friendly and inviting atmosphere. They strive to offer a variety of events, with some things geared for beginners, some more challenging things, and lots of 'somewhere in the middle' stuff. And, they attempt to keep events as low-cost as possible. A majority of their events take place in the Calgary area, but occasionally they visit neighboring provinces or travel further away from home.
Each month they have regular outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, biking, inline skating and canoeing (summer) and skiing, boarding, cross-country skiing and snow shoeing (winter), as well as social events, and "special" events such as white water rafting, caving, and dog sled tours.
The Alberta Bicycle Association (ABA) is the affiliated Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) of the Canadian Cycling Association (CCA). They are the governing body for all sanctioned races. The mission of the ABA is to facilitate an introduction to organized cycling and to develop a strong competitive cycling program, while protecting and advocating the rights of cyclists.