Back country mountain bike event covers West Shore this Sunday

Riders of all skill levels invited to try back country trails event

Calling all cyclists!

This Sunday (Oct. 16), Tripleshot Cycling, one of B.C.’s largest all-age cycling clubs, invites riders of all ages and abilities to explore backcountry trails in Greater Victoria, while supporting youth cycling and the development of south Vancouver Island trail systems.

The course, appropriate for cyclocross or mountain bike riders, starts and finishes at the Westin Bear Mountain Resort in Langford and winds its way  through Highlands, Hartland Mountain Bike Park, Camosun College, Francis King and Thetis Lake regional parks, as well as some private property that owners are opening up for the day. The event starts at 9 a.m. with fees dependent on the event.

Visit tripleshotcrossfondo.ca for more information.

editor@goldstreamgazette.com

 

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