What: Our third and Final Social of the Season – Supported and hosted by Norman and Rudy’s, Sea to Sky Welding & Fabrication, Tantalus Fine Beverages, Canadian Outdoor Medical Consulting, and Get in the Loop ! Thanks guys!
When – Wednesday September 15th, Rides starting at 5:30PM. After party starting at 7PM
Where – Ride meeting spots as follows:
Chill Ride: Meet at the end of Perth. Up Mashiter, down Rollercoaster, Lumberjack’s to Lumberjack’s connector to Cherub to Trestle to Coho Park. (5km)
Intermediate: Meet at end of Tantalus. Up Craig’s connector, up Jack’s Trail, up Debeck’s Hill, Crouching Squirrel Hidden Monkey, Kiki. (6km)
Intermediate #2: Meet at the end of Perth. Up Mashiter, up Tracks from Hell, 50 Shades Part 2, Rupert, Border Patrol, Guanxi, Two Stroke Smoke, Dirty Hippy, Lumberjack’s Connector. (9km)
Thrill: Meet at the end of Perth. Mashiter, Tracks from Hell, 50 Shades Part 2, Value Added, Icy Hole of Death, Brackentrail. (8km)
When you register you will be prompted to select a ride type, this is just to give us an idea for numbers, all the options above may not be available as a selection. Show up to the ride of your choosing.
How – Details
- Be a SORCA member, if you aren’t yet you can still buy a membership to take part in this weeks Social and receive discounts with local businesses until 2022.
- Register! Registration is mandatory for the event and registration closes 11:59PM Monday September 13th!
- Bring your proof of vaccination for the afterparty as this is mandatory* and a new provincial health guideline we must follow!
- Show up next Wednesday and have an awesome night with your riding friends! Can’t wait to see you there!
This past spring we were pleased to announce a new four-year trail maintenance funding agreement with the District of Squamish. The DOS has been contributing to trail maintenance for several years now, and this new agreement demonstrates their continued commitment to the network that makes this town so special. Squamish trails are integral to the local economy, culture, and community. They are public infrastructure, free for anyone to use, and essential to community health and well-being. Stable funding ensures the trails are well maintained for the diverse community of trail users out there, now and for years to come. For those who missed the springtime announcement, we wanted to once again extend a huge thank you to the DOS for their continued support!Photo by Scott Yan ... See MoreSee Less
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We want to acknowledge this incredible community for the amazing support SORCA received this year. With over 2600 memberships purchased in 2021, we were blown away by your support – thank you! This was our largest membership drive to date!We were elated when Covid measures eased and we were able to see you all at some events in the second half of summer and during the fall! We had races, socials, dig days and even a couple of events for the kiddos. Big thank you to all who came out and the local advocates and businesses who supported these events.We want to keep the momentum going and our 2022 memberships are now available! Merch is also available when purchasing your membership! Holidays are around the corner 🎄😉🎁Sign up here! spruceregistrations.com/sorca/registerDetails on membership options and what your membership gets you* are linked below!sorca.ca/2021/2022-sorca-memberships-now-availableSide note* we are accepting video production help**🙃😆 ... See MoreSee Less
In 2021 we surpassed 2600 members! Our biggest year to date! Despite the challenges of the past few years our community and supporters have been resolute in their support of this awesome trail network. A big thank you to all our members and people who support us❤️ Our 2022 memberships will be launched in the next few weeks, please keep your eyes peeled for that! ... See MoreSee Less
PUBLIC DANGER – MAMQUAM ROAD (gravel portion) CLOSEDBarricades and Do Not Enter signs have been installed on the gravel portion of Mamquam Road (east of Paco Road) due to fractures discovered along a 400-metre section of the road as a result of the heavy rain. There has also been a substantial landslide near the bottom, blocking the road completely. There is significant public safety risk as the slope is unpredictable and unstable, and could fail. For your safety do not travel this road on foot or by bike (the road is already closed to vehicle traffic). The District is exploring next steps and will provide further updates when available. The Squamish Chief The Squamish Reporter Mountain FMSORCA - Squamish Off-Road Cycling Association Bike Squamish ... See MoreSee Less