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Welcome to the Fernie Mountain Bike Club

Welcome to the Fernie Mountain Bike Club (FMBC) website! The FMBC is a member-based, non-profit organization with a mandate to foster and promote building, maintaining and riding the Fernie trails, which is done in conjunction with the Fernie Trails Alliance.

Collaborating with other groups such as the Fernie Trails Alliance, the FMBC encourages recreational and competitive cycling for all ages and abilities and promotes responsible mountain biking practices and land use. The FMBC is an integral part of advocating for access of trails, management and maintenance of recreational mountain bike trail use.

The FMBC organizes events such as the annual Spring Bike Blitz, the Wam Bam Dirt Jump Jam, 2NEE races, the Dirt Diggler, and the High Roller event.

Become a member, support mountain biking in Fernie and the FMBC!

October Events

Plan is to go for a short ride, weather pending, then dinner and drinks. 

News and Information

ACCESS TO RIDGEMONT  MAY BE RESTRICTED OR CLOSED STARTING OCTOBER 9TH.Logging to begin mid October.Logging areas:Kids Stuff, Eric's Trail, Splitting Bears, Hessian, Bored to Tears, Split Decision and R-Trail. This area will be logged first, starting in mid October and 50-100 trees will be left... More
The Fernie Little Ripper Trail Passport is a series of skill/age appropriate mountain bike challenges. The goal is to ride the trail, find the checkpoint sign (see maps for sign locations) and record the animal found on the sign into your booklet. Complete four challenges during the mountain bike... More
Effective May 1, 2018 the Fernie Mountain Bike Club (FMBC) will be increasing our membership fees. Last year the FMBC donated 102% of our revenues to the Fernie Trails Alliance (FTA) which is responsible for land use agreements and trail maintenance. In 2018 we hope that our first monetary increase... More
Winter grooming is in full swing by our amazing dedicated volunteers. Look for groomed trails in Ridgemont & Montane. Please respect the grooming and their time by observing the tire pressure etiquette. Allowing the trails to firm up after a groom or not riding when soft will keep the trails... More
Ever wondered what the Fat Biking rage is all about, check it out here https://tourismfernie.com/activities/mountain-biking/fatbiking  

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