Best Cheap Electric Bikes Under 1000 Review – How to Buy Good Ebikes Guide

Having the best electric bike under 1000 requires a lot of research. You will most likely have to compare different e-bikes in the market to see which one fits your needs. The thing that makes things confusing for first-time buyers is the number of electric bikes in the market. You get to see foldable versions to your typical mountain bike. And since different users have different needs and requirements, they must know what each product offers to the table. Does it offer stability? Or maybe, does it fit under your desk?

Best Cheap Electric Bikes Under 1000 Review

CLIENSY 26″ Electric Mountain Bike

The CLIENSY Electric Mountain Bike is not the average bike that you take for work. It is also something that attracts the attention of outdoor enthusiasts who love to go on the dirt road. First, you have a bike that carries 3 cycling modes. It offers the e-bike mode. Also, you have the manual bicycle mode that relies completely on your legs. And last, you have the combination of both on the assisted bicycle mode.

The CLIENSY 26” Electric Mountain Bike makes use of a 21-speed Shimano gear that gives users comfort regardless if you are biking uphill or on a flat road. Also, you have a cushioned saddle that can give you the comfort that you need.

When it comes to the motor and battery, you have a 36V 8AH lithium battery that powers the 350W motor. The motor can run up to 30km/h. The bike is constructed mainly of aluminum alloy. For its other parts, you have high-strength carbon steel specifically on its front fork. Generally, the materials used are meant to make the bike lightweight. It is also foldable and weighs just around 27lbs.

Pros:

  • Lightweight but durable design
  • Foldable and compact
  • Comfortable to use with its 21-speed transmission

Cons:

  • Not enough power for steep roads

Aceshin 26” Electric Mountain Bike

A sporty electric bike, the Aceshin 26” Mountain Bike is made of aluminum alloy for its frame and carbon steel for its front fork. This mountain bike runs on a 25watt motor and 36V 8ah rechargeable lithium battery. Once fully charged within 4-6 hours, the battery can allow the user to run up to 25km on e-bike mode and 50km for assisted mode.

A lot of people love this mountain bike because of its 21-speed transmission system that gives users options. It also helps people that are traveling both inclined and flat surfaces. Next, you also get to enjoy an ergonomic design for this e-bike. It has an adjustable seat plus an ergonomic handlebar that lessens stress on the person using the e-bike.

However, the only problem with this electric mountain bike is its assembly. First-time users might encounter a few problems here and there to get this bike working.

Pros:

  • Ergonomic design
  • Meant for rough road
  • Decent-sized tires
  • Durable materials

Cons:

  • Complicated assembly

Mini Electric Bike Foldable Portable Brushless Motor Litiium-ion Battery Community Weekend Bike

Running on a 250W motor and 36V 4.4AH Lithium battery, The Mini Electric Bike offers a compact and powerful solution for people commuting without a car. Once folded, the Mini Electric Bike fits inside a trunk of a car or it can also be placed under the table. The bike only weighs approximately 36 pounds and could carry a user that weighs more than 200 pounds.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t designed for steep hills. The bike can only go uphill up to 15 degrees. However, despite the small construction, this bike can drive 24km/h. Once the battery is fully charged, it can run up to 16-19 kilometers.

It makes use of front and rear disk-brake to ensure that you stop when you need to stop. Plus, you also have the front and rear LED lights to make sure that you can be seen by other motorists using the street.

Pros:

  • Compact design and can fit inside a trunk
  • Includes LED lights to alert motorists
  • Can run up to 24km/h
  • Supports users more than 200 pounds

Cons:

  • Not built for uphill roads

NAKTO Adult Electric Bicycles

The Nakto Adult Electric Bicycle is built by carbon steel frame made to support a user’s weight. In addition to this, the bike has been coated by rust-proof powder to ensure that users can use it for a long time. Aside from durability, the bike also offers comfort since it has shock absorption features that can minimize the bumps.

Performance-wise, the Nakto Adult Bicycle can run for up to 40km when batteries are fully charged. And with a 250W motor, the Nakto Adult Bicycle can run up to 32km/h. There are three modes that you can choose from as well. You have the Pedal mode which means that you just do things manually. You also have the auxiliary wherein you get the assistance you need from the motor. And lastly, you have the pure electric mode wherein the bike runs completely on its own.

If you’ve been using other bikes before, there are a few things that you might notice with the Nakto Adult Bicycle. One, the brake levers are reversed compared to your conventional bike. Next, it doesn’t have a detailed instruction on how you can make use of the pedal assist. Other than that, the Nakto Adult Bicycle is easy to use. It is even 90% assembled when it arrives on your door.

Pros:

  • 90% pre-assembled
  • Runs up to 40km when fully charged
  • Can run up to 32 km/h
  • Durable material used

Cons:

  • No clear instructions on how to use pedal assist

Conclusion

Having a dependable electric bike not only reduces the effort in commuting, but it can also even help you stay healthy at the same time. However, the best electric bike under 1000 depends on what you want for yourself. Some users plan on having an electric bike with a powerful battery because they plan on pedaling less. On the other hand, there are those users who plan on having an electric bike that can be folded and stored without taking so much space.

Buyers need to be able to first know what they like about an electric bike before they decide to buy one. And also, it helps if you can compare at least two similar products to see which bike fits your needs and personality.

 

 

 

2009 Hammerfest DH Results

HAMMERFEST 2009 DH RESULTS

Race Hammerfest DH 2009

Date May 3 2009

Beginner Men

# Name Age Start Finish Total
103 Tyler Loewen 13 0:23:00.00 0:26:10.40 0:03:10.40
118 Cody Kowaliuk 15 0:35:00.00 0:38:10.67 0:03:10.67
127 Mark Wallace 13 0:44:00.00 0:47:13.13 0:03:13.13
138 Cole Carter 18 0:53:00.00 0:56:14.32 0:03:14.32
114 Dan Heller 14 0:34:00.00 0:37:15.13 0:03:15.13
129 Steve Ward 25 0:46:00.00 0:49:15.76 0:03:15.76
110 Luca Pascolin-Ryan 13 0:30:00.00 0:33:15.98 0:03:15.98
105 Adam Kral 14 0:25:00.00 0:28:16.04 0:03:16.04
121 Colby Irg 16 0:38:00.00 0:41:16.70 0:03:16.70
111 Sydney Irvine 14 0:31:00.00 0:34:17.02 0:03:17.02
107 Stefan Crucil 14 0:27:00.00 0:30:19.11 0:03:19.11
137 Derek McQuinn 17 0:52:00.00 0:55:21.53 0:03:21.53
119 Louis Beckingham 13 0:36:00.00 0:39:22.63 0:03:22.63
109 Mark Bradley 16 0:29:00.00 0:32:32.15 0:03:32.15
123 Jake Hopper 14 0:40:00.00 0:43:33.06 0:03:33.06
106 David Doughty 29 0:26:00.00 0:29:33.45 0:03:33.45
112 Tam Crawford 43 0:32:00.00 0:35:34.91 0:03:34.91
125 Randy Dyck 15 0:42:00.00 0:45:37.33 0:03:37.33
113 Takoda Crawford 13 0:33:00.00 0:36:39.36 0:03:39.36
120 William Janson 14 0:37:00.00 0:40:41.82 0:03:41.82
140 Jackson Sweetham 14 0:55:00.00 0:58:41.91 0:03:41.91
133 Connor Rix 12 0:48:00.00 0:51:42.01 0:03:42.01
126 Riley Varkonja 11 0:43:00.00 0:46:43.62 0:03:43.62
101 Greg Saabel 15 0:21:00.00 0:24:44.58 0:03:44.58
128 Eric Sibbald 13 0:45:00.00 0:48:47.90 0:03:47.90
124 Adam Crompton 14 0:41:00.00 0:44:54.19 0:03:54.19
104 Brad Falkenberg 29 0:24:00.00 0:28:05.66 0:04:05.66
108 Rylan Dagneau 13 0:28:00.00 0:32:06.53 0:04:06.53
102 Dean Loewen 48 0:22:00.00 0:26:09.71 0:04:09.71
132 Dustin Svensen 14 0:47:00.00 0:51:13.46 0:04:13.46
122 Darcy Chetcut 12 0:39:00.00 0:43:22.05 0:04:22.05
139 Michael Elsser 13 0:54:00.00 0:58:33.08 0:04:33.08
134 Bowen Irvine 12 0:49:00.00 0:53:35.69 0:04:35.69
136 Jack Tilley 13 0:51:00.00 0:55:54.03 0:04:54.03
135 Caden Stephens 13 0:50:00.00 flat flat

Race Hammerfest DH 2009

Date May 3 2009

Intermediate Men

# Name Age Start Finish Total
218 Steven Crerar 23 1:21:30.00 1:24:20.70 0:02:50.70
231 Matthew Hoshin 20 1:26:30.00 1:29:24.58 0:02:54.58
223 Jesse Ballmanson 17 1:23:00.00 1:25:55.81 0:02:55.81
272 Curtis Cardin 17 1:47:00.00 1:49:56.16 0:02:56.16
214 Dave Pfaffenberger 37 1:20:00.00 1:22:56.24 0:02:56.24
236 Tyler Tjart 16 1:29:00.00 1:31:56.80 0:02:56.80
255 Jeff Austin 20 1:38:30.00 1:41:28.48 0:02:58.48
224 Travis Derkatch 19 1:23:30.00 1:26:29.03 0:02:59.03
239 Bryce Blake 35 1:30:30.00 1:33:29.43 0:02:59.43
221 Steven Quesnelle 17 1:22:00.00 1:24:59.55 0:02:59.55
233 Taylor Smith 16 1:27:30.00 1:30:30.33 0:03:00.33
202 Dylan Phye 15 1:06:00.00 1:09:00.95 0:03:00.95
230 Jordan Kurucz 18 1:26:00.00 1:29:01.62 0:03:01.62
210 Christoph Schnettler 17 1:18:30.00 1:21:33.07 0:03:03.07
267 James Callister 17 1:44:30.00 1:47:33.82 0:03:03.82
271 Peter Templeman 17 1:46:30.00 1:49:34.20 0:03:04.20
254 Dylan Varkonja 16 1:38:00.00 1:41:05.38 0:03:05.38
252 Derek Tryon 16 1:37:00.00 1:40:06.22 0:03:06.22
264 Doug Crook 40 1:43:00.00 1:46:07.33 0:03:07.33
225 Colton Davies 17 1:24:00.00 1:27:07.41 0:03:07.41
266 Kyle Austin 34 1:44:00.00 1:47:07.50 0:03:07.50
251 Brent Haines 40 1:36:30.00 1:39:38.32 0:03:08.32
238 Joe Esnouf 16 1:30:00.00 1:33:08.70 0:03:08.70
265 Mike Chan 57 1:43:30.00 1:46:38.81 0:03:08.81
208 Pelle gustaus 17 1:17:30.00 1:20:39.04 0:03:09.04
246 Chris Hardy 23 1:34:00.00 1:37:09.08 0:03:09.08
242 Lorien Arnold 36 1:32:00.00 1:35:09.09 0:03:09.09
259 Greg Honeyscott 31 1:40:30.00 1:43:39.14 0:03:09.14
275 Ben Diem 21 1:48:30.00 1:51:39.25 0:03:09.25
268 Ron Hewitson 45 1:45:00.00 1:48:10.89 0:03:10.89
258 Eric Wilson 15 1:40:00.00 1:43:12.13 0:03:12.13
237 Mike Stepaniuk 15 1:29:30.00 1:32:42.16 0:03:12.16
250 Shane Denton 15 1:36:00.00 1:39:12.79 0:03:12.79
203 Terryl Bertagnolli +3 33 1:15:00.00 1:18:13.14 0:03:13.14
217 Chris Samara 44 1:21:00.00 1:24:13.32 0:03:13.32
253 Corbin Brennan 15 1:37:30.00 1:40:43.39 0:03:13.39
269 Mark Wieler 33 1:45:30.00 1:48:43.85 0:03:13.85
261 Kyle Riley 32 1:41:30.00 1:44:43.90 0:03:13.90
249 Alex Firkl 16 1:35:30.00 1:38:44.04 0:03:14.04
248 Carson Jordon 15 1:35:00.00 1:38:14.35 0:03:14.35
216 Rob Wilson 14 1:05:00.00 1:08:15.12 0:03:15.12
232 Max Barron 16 1:27:00.00 1:30:15.82 0:03:15.82
213 Kevin Burnett 16 1:19:30.00 1:22:47.42 0:03:17.42
207 Trevor Thew 15 1:17:00.00 1:20:17.63 0:03:17.63
243 Calen Bachmier 15 1:32:30.00 1:35:47.89 0:03:17.89
262 Adam Merryfield 30 1:42:00.00 1:45:18.37 0:03:18.37
204 Richard Jarry +3 35 1:15:30.00 1:18:48.59 0:03:18.59
240 Cameron Mikkers 19 1:31:00.00 1:34:19.64 0:03:19.64
245 Daniel Brown 18 1:33:30.00 1:36:49.70 0:03:19.70
276 Ehren McPhee 17 1:49:00.00 1:52:20.43 0:03:20.43
244 Kris Gower 22 1:33:00.00 1:36:22.24 0:03:22.24
215 Grant Lestock-kay 14 1:20:30.00 1:23:52.50 0:03:22.50
234 Andrew Hewat 25 1:28:00.00 1:31:25.21 0:03:25.21
241 Russell campbell 36 1:31:30.00 1:34:55.47 0:03:25.47
277 Cody Anderson 18 1:50:00.00 1:53:25.50 0:03:25.50
205 jean -Francois Monetta 28 1:16:00.00 1:19:26.58 0:03:26.58
227 Matt Beaulieu 22 1:25:00.00 1:28:28.33 0:03:28.33
201 Mark Taesdale/Morbid 23 1:05:30.00 1:08:59.93 0:03:29.93
222 Andrew Gower 35 1:22:30.00 1:26:00.72 0:03:30.72
260 James Stubbington 32 1:41:00.00 1:44:30.83 0:03:30.83
235 Robert Kerr 40 1:28:30.00 1:32:02.80 0:03:32.80
206 Tyler Johnson 29 1:16:30.00 1:20:03.42 0:03:33.42
273 James Van Nes 16 1:47:30.00 1:51:03.54 0:03:33.54
270 Patrick Burnham 29 1:46:00.00 1:49:33.65 0:03:33.65
211 Luc LeBlanc 35 1:19:00.00 1:22:33.88 0:03:33.88
256 Mark Young 19 1:39:00.00 1:42:36.19 0:03:36.19
228 Dez May 14 1:25:30.00 1:29:08.40 0:03:38.40
209 Tom Rigets 21 1:18:00.00 1:21:48.38 0:03:48.38
257 Myles Robertson 16 1:39:30.00 1:43:19.60 0:03:49.60
247 Tony Stiles 46 1:34:30.00 1:38:19.75 0:03:49.75
212 David Lestock-kay 1:49:30.00 1:53:31.66 0:04:01.66
263 Trevor Bonner 23 1:42:30.00 1:46:51.65 0:04:21.65
274 Andrew Leonard 16 1:48:00.00 1:52:52.25 0:04:52.25
226 Paul Miner 17 1:24:30.00 dnf dnf

Race Hammerfest DH 2009

Date May 3 2009

Expert Men

# Name Age Start Finish Total
402 Dean Tennant 20 2:09:30.00 2:12:08.29 0:02:38.29
438 Jamie Biluk 23 2:25:00.00 2:27:40.01 0:02:40.01
423 Darren Berrecloth 27 2:18:30.00 2:21:10.57 0:02:40.57
421 Jeff Beeston 30 2:17:30.00 2:20:10.75 0:02:40.75
422 Brent Anderson 31 2:18:00.00 2:20:42.10 0:02:42.10
430 Lars Nyberg 21 2:22:00.00 2:24:45.98 0:02:45.98
433 Liam Churchill 26 2:23:30.00 2:26:16.37 0:02:46.37
420 Dan Espeseth 33 2:17:00.00 2:19:47.59 0:02:47.59
413 Remi Gauvin 16 2:15:00.00 2:17:48.57 0:02:48.57
431 Jeff Egn 33 2:22:30.00 2:25:19.37 0:02:49.37
432 Matt Perzel 22 2:23:00.00 2:25:49.97 0:02:49.97
428 Mitchell Thacker 28 2:21:00.00 2:23:50.00 0:02:50.00
437 Julien Menard 27 2:24:30.00 2:27:20.14 0:02:50.14
409 Chris Sykes 21 2:13:00.00 2:15:50.55 0:02:50.55
418 Daniel Anderson 20 2:16:00.00 2:18:50.56 0:02:50.56
410 Justin Samarin 14 2:13:30.00 2:16:21.70 0:02:51.70
408 Bill Mandryk 45 2:12:30.00 2:15:21.78 0:02:51.78
419 Andres Pay 17 2:16:30.00 2:19:22.38 0:02:52.38
426 Jamie Woods 33 2:20:00.00 2:22:52.50 0:02:52.50
425 Cory Gillard 23 2:19:30.00 2:22:22.63 0:02:52.63
439 Dexter Robson 16 2:25:30.00 2:28:23.14 0:02:53.14
427 Mitch Gorgichuk 20 2:20:30.00 2:23:23.91 0:02:53.91
405 Lee Adams 22 2:11:00.00 2:13:53.99 0:02:53.99
424 Mike Parcher 50 2:19:00.00 2:21:55.35 0:02:55.35
411 Jarrad Astven 21 2:14:00.00 2:16:55.38 0:02:55.38
406 Garnet Kehn 16 2:11:30.00 2:14:25.42 0:02:55.42
401 Daryl Chase 35 2:09:00.00 2:11:55.66 0:02:55.66
414 Lyle Stromstedt 28 2:15:30.00 2:18:26.19 0:02:56.19
412 Peter Giesbrecht 28 2:14:30.00 2:17:27.04 0:02:57.04
429 Colin Gyles 18 2:21:30.00 2:24:32.49 0:03:02.49
436 Tyson Schley 18 2:24:00.00 2:27:03.71 0:03:03.71
407 Tanner Pressner 16 2:12:00.00 2:15:12.66 0:03:12.66
434 Gabe Dusek 2:26:00.00 2:29:21.60 0:03:21.60
403 Shea Markle 33 2:10:00.00 2:13:28.22 0:03:28.22
404 Sean McLennan 33 2:10:30.00 2:13:58.60 0:03:28.60

Race Hammerfest DH 2009

Date May 3 2009

Beginner Women

# Name Age Start Finish Total
117 Jodie Charbonneau 37 0:17:00.00 0:21:00.10 0:04:00.10
130 Shannon Riley 31 0:18:00.00 0:22:01.97 0:04:01.97
131 Darcy Imada 29 0:19:00.00 0:23:13.72 0:04:13.72
116 Michelle Haines 38 0:16:00.00 0:20:37.67 0:04:37.67
115 Jennifer Clarke 37 0:15:00.00 0:20:44.83 0:05:44.83

Race Hammerfest DH 2009

Date May 3 2009

Intermediate Women

# Name Age Start Finish Total
219 Wendy Morisseau 47 0:56:00.00 0:59:48.01 0:03:48.01
229 Sabrina Dorovan 28 0:58:00.00 1:01:57.50 0:03:57.50
220 Tammy Samarin 41 0:57:00.00 1:01:05.50 0:04:05.50

Race Hammerfest DH 2009

Date May 3 2009

Expert Women

# Name Age Start Finish Total
416 Seana Wright 1:01:00.00 1:04:07.88 0:03:07.88
417 Kiersten Lone 18 1:02:00.00 1:05:14.60 0:03:14.60
415 Glenowyn Carlson 37 1:00:00.00 1:03:16.10 0:03:16.10
435 Adele Hunt 1:03:00.00 1:07:07.99 0:04:07.99

Hammerfest 2015 Cross Country Races, Arrowsmith Mountain Bike Club

March 22, 2015, Parksville, B.C.

2015 Online Registration
https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=37573

Cost: $30.00

Registration: 11:00am,

Race Starts: 12:00 noon

Riders must have a valid Cycling BC Citizens or UCI license or purchase ‘Day of Event’ license for an additional $10.

Course description for the XC race:

The 2015 XC race will start in the Englishman River Provincial Park. Riders can park in the main parking area and have the use of Park facilities.

There will be a rolling start from the registration/parking area with actual racing commencing on the gravel road near the Park maintenance compound.

The race course is very similar to the 2014 race with a 500 m double track, gravel road leading to the single track climb on Walrus and Brian’s Worm trails to the power lines. From here the courses follows everyone’s favorite trail, the fast and flowy lines of Jughead. New this year is some more mileage by following a turn onto Burnt Ridge, a small portion of Coquihalla leading to a connector leading to Barf Bag. From here the course intersects Just Groovy that will lead to Betty’s Bridge, then a gravel road spin to LocoMotion onto another short gravel road sprint to the finish and lap point.

One lap is about 9.5 km.
Beginner: 1 lap
Intermediate: 2 laps
Expert: 3 laps

2015 HAMMERFEST ROUTE – PDF File

Arrowsmith Cycling Club – Links

DISCLAIMER!!!!

Please read.

The Arrowsmith Cycling Club does not warrant that the backroads and trails indicated in these maps are passable, nor does it claim that the maps are completely accurate. We make no indication as to whether or not the lands that occupy these trails are private or Public, and the user bears any responsibility in this regard.

Please note that mountain biking is inherently dangerous and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you may encounter unexpected traffic, poor weather, low or no trail maintenance. Please use common sense and caution when using these trails.

Most trails at HammerFest can be ridden in an uphill direction, it’s all a grind whichever way you cut it but a few notable exceptions exist.  These trails are shown on the detailed map by an arrow indicating the preferred direction of travel.  These trails would have hike-a-bike sections in the opposite direction.  Heck, some of them even have hike-a-bike sections in the preferred direction.  But what the hey, that’s what mountain biking is all about.

Click here for pdf location map file

Click here for HammerFest overview map (14.4 mb)

Click here for a HammerFest detail map (230 kb)

For other local and regional trail maps visit the following link: http://folksmcg.shawwebspace.ca/

Arrowsmith Cycling Club Membership

The Arrowsmith Cycling Club originally started up in 1994 with approximately 65 members. We have regular meetings to discuss club programs and issues and welcome any volunteer assistance and interest. The Club’s focus is on promoting the sport, providing social riding opportunities, trail building and maintenance, getting out there and riding!

Interested in joining Arrowsmith Cycling Club?

Arrowsmith Cycling Club is an affiliated club with Cycling BC (CBC).

Arrowsmith Cycling Club 2017 MEMBERSHIP

At a recent Arrowsmith Cycling Club (ACC) general meeting, the members voted to change our membership requirements. There are now two levels to choose from, depending upon your requirements:

Tier 1 : For riders and supporters of ACC that wish to participate in club activities but without additional personal or accident insurance coverage, the annual fee is $20. There is no longer a requirement to have insurance to join our rides.

However it will be up to individuals to get coverage through Cycling BC, or any other insurance provider, if they feel they need riding insurance.

The cost of being a supporter of ACC ($20.00) goes towards:

  1. Maintenance and construction of our Hammerfest trails
  2. Supporting local riding club and groups within School District 69,
  3. Maintaining our affiliation with Cycling BC so we can run our sanctioned races and other acitivities
  4. Yearly Club operating costs

Tier 2 For riders requiring a Cycling BC (CBC) license so as to participate in multiple CBC sanctioned events you can still support the club by joining for $20 but will need to buy your license directly through CBC. Membership in Cycling BC includes “secondary” sport accident and general liability insurance for sanctioned events and activities. (NOTE: AMBC is still affiliated with CBC, therefore our activities are sanctioned) As of 2017, this CBC coverage now provides a new 24/7 Personal Accident insurance. Cycling BC license costs range from $55.00 to $160.00 depending on age and type of license required.

(more info – http://cyclingbc.net/membership/insurance/ )

If you just want to race in a couple of our local races you can get a ‘Non-Member Day Of Event Insurance Release’ on race day for $10. This allows you to participate in CBC sanctioned events without holding a Provincial Ride or a UCI Race license.

Steps to becoming a member with AMBC:

1: Download and fill out the “ACC-2017-membership” form.

2: Mail the completed form, along with payment ($20.00), To

ACC

c/o 1259 Pintail Dr

Qualicum Beach

V9K 1C7

(or email the form to Paul at arrowsmithcyclingclub@gmail.com)

3: Payment options include cash, cheque, money order or through the Club’s PayPal account.

4: If you need help with obtaining a Cycling BC Provincial Ride license contact him at the above gmail address.

Calendar of Events for the Arrowsmith Cycling Club

ISLAND CUP SERIES – 2017

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

CONTACT AMC: 250-248-5575

Island Cup Series update coming soon!

Contact Arrowsmith Bikes: arrowsmithmtbclub@gmail.com

Calendar of Events

* Dates subject to change due to weather or other unforseen circumstances

DOWNHILL RACES
DATE EVENT
April 30, 2017 Dodge City Downhill
Cumberland, Hosted by UROC
CROSS COUNTRY RACES
DATE EVENT
March 5, 2017 Canada Cup Bear Mountain
Langford, Victoria
March 12, 2017 XC 1, Hammerfest Parksville
Hosted by Arrowsmith MTB Club
Affiliation: Cycling BC
March 19, 2017 XC2, Vancouver Island Cup
Cumberland
March 26, 2017 XC3, Cobble Hill – Registration opens March 1
Hosted by Cowichan Valley Cycling Facebook
MARATHON RACES
DATE EVENT
May 29, 2017 Coal Town Classic
Cumberland Village Park Hosted by UROC
June 10, 2017 12 Hrs of Cumberland
Hosted by UROC
ENDURO RACES 
DATE EVENT
June 25, 2017 Dodge City Enduro, Cumberland
Hosted by UROC