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Vedder Mountain Bike Co. 

#102 - 5658 Vedder Road

Chilliwack, B.C. V2R 3N5

604.846.2453

VMBC Strava Club

If you're interested in what trails the shop staff have been riding lately or are looking for a little friendly competition, join our Strava club and start recording your rides. If you haven't heard of Strava, its a website and mobile app which uses GPS information to record statistics about your rides. It then compares those statistics to other riders who have ridden the same trail. Click on the link at the bottom to join the group!

Vedder Mountain

Chilliwack's most popular mountain biking area is Vedder Mountain. It's so good we figured we'd name our shop after it! Vedder Mountain offers some of the the best riding in the world (yes we're biased) and is a great riding experience for beginners to expert riders. The main trail head is an easy 3km pedal from the shop so why not meet here for your group ride, a pre-ride pep-talk or a post-ride story?

For details and the current status of the trail, click the trail name on the map below:

Tamihi Area

A relatively new riding area in the Chilliwack River Valley. While not as well known as Vedder Mountain, the trails are of high quality, fast and flowy. If you hit the conditions right, you'll swear they are the best trails ever. If it's raining, these trails will keep you on your toes. Parking at the bottom is free and a short climb up the access road means you can go for a short rip or string 3-4 laps together for a more substantial ride. The staging area is about 10kms from the shop. 

For details and the current status of the trail, click the trail name on the map below:

Island 22 Skills Park

The Island 22 Bike Park is a skills development area initiated by the City of Chilliwack and the Fraser Valley Regional District and built by former Norco Team Rider Jay Hoots with input from local pro Sam Dueck. Located on the Fraser River in North Chilliwack, the skills park offers a range of jumps, ladder bridges and other obstacles at varying degrees of difficulty designed to allow riders to develop and progress their bike handling skills. If you're not quite ready to hit the jumps on Vedder, check out the skills park and work your way up. This is a great place to bring the whole family. 

 

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