News

New Trails To Open Soon!!!

WMBC has negotiated a land use agreement with Nathaniel Misouri and Sophie Guerin. They are the new owners of the land formerly owned by Ed Santala. This will allow WMBC to re-open the cool trail that runs from the two way section of ski trail and hooks up onto North Shore. This will avoid the always wet section of ski trail with all the boardwalks we had in place last year. We are already cleaning up the trail and will have it open in the next week or so. Thank you so much to Sophie and Nathaniel for their support of WMBC.  We have also re-commissioned and re-jigged the Wahoo trail and will have it open in the next week or so. WMBC hopes to bring you a little somethng new every year by adding new trail or re-working existing trails to make them cooler. We have some neat things up our sleeves in the works so stay tuned for more!

Workshops and Skills Clinics

WMBC has been talking about having some workshops and a skills clinic for our novice members. If you are interested in these...here is a chance to provide your input into what you as members would be interested in.  Send an email to Rob St. Marseille at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or go add a comment on the post on the club Facebook page. If anyone wants to be part of putting these together you are surely welcome. A club thrives when the membership works together in the interests of the club as a whole.

Lower and Upper West Trails are Open

We've had enough volunteers out to clean up the uppers trails. They are ready to ride. Come out the next group ride on Sunday June 15 at 10:00 am. Stay tuned for work party dates to finish cleaning up the upper trails. Four people for 3 hours will get them ready for riding.  Trails that are not open yet are Pacemaker, Dropout and Paul's Paper Trail.

All Trails are Open

The whole trail system is open.  When returning from Dropout or Paul's Paper Trail, follow the arrows off the ski trail to the new trail to the south.  This will avoid the muddy section of the ski trail.  Enjoy!