Welcome to the South Island Mountain Bike Society – Riding in and around Victoria, British Columbia
SIMBS is a not-for-profit organization run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers who advocate for trail access, build sustainable riding areas, hosts events that promote mountain culture and engages the local community to provide an opportunity for everyone to ride.
We are the voice of South Vancouver Islands Mountain Bike Community.
South Island Mountain Bike Society - SIMBS added 7 new photos — with Yvonne Mendel and Bastien Lanusse.
1 week ago
Would you like to see a new riding trail like the Slocan Valley Spine Trail potentially built between Sooke and Port Renfrew? The Capital Regional District (CRD) is asking for input into parks acquisition for the next 10 years.
SIMBS helps promote and advocate for safe, responsible and fun mountain biking, so we encourage you to fill out this CRD Land Acquisition survey and share it with at least 10 of your friends before Jan 13!
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Join us in asking for some adaptive mountain biking flow trails that can be ridden by everyone: different ability riders, beginners and experts alike. Can we have a "Slocan Spine Trail" in the Juan de Fuca? -Yvonne
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South Island Mountain Bike Society - SIMBS shared Municipality of North Cowichan's post.
1 week ago
If you're thinking of going biking at Maple Mountain, be sure to check the municipality's website before heading out as there will be some trail closures in the coming weeks due to trail maintenance and active logging.
Thank you Cowichan Trail Stewardship Society and Municipality of North Cowichan and any other partners involved - thank you for your collaboration and hard work to maintain trails and keep us safe. -Yvonne
More info: http://www.northcowichan.ca/trailsMAPLE MOUNTAIN
TRAIL CLOSURES START FRIDAY DECEMBER 7TH
For the safety of forest users, we will be salvaging timber from the 2 fire damaged areas on Maple Mountain, along with another scheduled harvesting area, starting on Friday, December 7th.
This closure will affect multiple trails and shut down the mainline road. Bypasses will be put in place. Please review the maps to get familiar with what is closed.
For maps and updates go to:
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