The United Riders of Cumberland is a registered non-profit society that manages and advocates for the Cumberland trail network.

We respectfully acknowledge that we live and recreate on the unceded traditional territory of the K’ómoks people (Pentlatch, Ieeksun, Sahtloot and Sasitla), the traditional keepers of this land.


UROC is partnered with Mosaic Forst Management, Manulife Investment Management, The Village of Cumberland and the Comox Valley Regional District

UROC promotes and supports the local Mountain Bike Community in the Comox Valley.

Through trail advocacy, volunteerism, promotion of the sport and fundraising, we are able to encourage participation for all as well as maintain and build the local trail infrastructure.

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2024 Membership

Membership with UROC supports trail access and maintenance, and allows you to participate in all UROC activities from our race events and group rides to community programming.

2024 Members:

  • Want to win an $8499 complete mountain bike and explore local trails?

    Want to win an $8499 complete mountain bike and explore local trails?

    If you support the trails by becoming a UROC member in 2024, you’re automatically entered into a draw to win this incredible bike from the Forbidden Bike Company. Your membership fee directly contributes to trail maintenance, upkeep, and development in the Cumberland trail network. The bike up for grabs is the Dreadnought GX, equipped with…

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  • Notice of Forestry Operations Commencing in the Cumberland Trail Network

    Notice of Forestry Operations Commencing in the Cumberland Trail Network

    The East Trent Main, the adjoining section of the Trent Main, Trent Canyon Trail, Beavertail Trail and Potluck Trail will incur closures during hours of operation which are Monday to Friday 530am to 430pm commencing Monday 26th of February.  During weekends and out of operation hours the trails are open. Please note that if you use Switchback, RaceRocks or…

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Only a few days left to register !

Stage 1: Blueprint + Hunky Dory
Stage 2: Lost Wood + Blockhead
Stage 3: Bear Buns
Stage 4: New Vanilla 
Stage 5: Field of Dreams + Blue Collar 
Stage 6: Scat + Brat 

Cruiser: Stages 1,4,5,6
Giver: Stages 1,4,5,6
Full Send: Stages 1,2,3,4,5,6
Youth: Stages 5,6

@forbiddenbikecompany @tourismcomoxvalley @brooklynzoo @emslothboucher @victoria.jjo

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Welcome to the first stage! The climb up here can take anywhere from 1-2 hours and is one of the loveliest climb trails – so don’t fret! Our tour guides for this section are @brooklynzoo and @victoria.jjo and they were STOKED. First time on the trail for B and some of our favourite tour guide narration. Don’t forget to keep going all the way to Hunky Dory before stopping to complete the first stage!

PS: You should always mic the filmer 😉


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That’s right, only a few more days left to register for the 2024 Coaltown Throwdown Women’s enduro event. Did you know that there are categories for all levels? Women’s sporting events are so awesome to be a part of because it is SUCH a supportive community. From cruisers high-fiving cruisers and eating croissants on the climb trail, to full senders putting in the blood sweat and tears for a chance at the podium while also lifting up and supporting our youths, you can be a part of it too….
Register at the UROC events page, link in the bio.

#womensenduro @tourismcomoxvalley @sarakempner @schwalbetires @trailbicycles @mountaincitycycles @blackscycle @thecumberlandforest @buvonblume @vibrewing @shimanomtb @tofinokombucha

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Recently, the UROC board had the pleasure of meeting with representatives from Mosaic Forest Management for a group ride, making stops at key points within the network. During the ride, we covered important topics such as water management, watersheds, land management, sustainable forestry practices, and effective communication strategies.

We also discussed safety measures, wildfire management, and new trail development, underscoring our strong and healthy partnership in land access and recreation. This meeting highlighted the mutual benefits of our collaboration and our shared commitment to maintaining and enhancing the trail network for years to come.

A big thank you to @mosaicforests for the great ride—you folks rip and enjoy riding bikes as much as us all! Good times.

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Practical or stylish?

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