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

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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2023 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.

2023 Members:

  • Volunteers Appreciation Night and Forbidden Druid Draw

    Volunteers Appreciation Night and Forbidden Druid Draw

    Recently UROC held a volunteer appreciation gathering for all the dedicated volunteers who helped UROC work through another record-breaking year. Held at the Gravity Garage in Cumberland, we acknowledged the trail builders past and present, races and events helpers, Women’s group ride hosts and leaders, and the many hours of hard work that comes from…

  • Forestry Closure

    Forestry Closure

    Mosaic Forest Management wish to advise users of the Trent River Mainline, Furtherburger and Wookie Toothpicks that forestry operations are planned to begin in mid to late August 2023 and are expected to be underway for approximately four weeks (weather dependent). For your safety please obey signage and avoid this area during hours of operation which are Monday…

  • All 2023 members enter the draw to win a Forbidden Druid V2!

    All 2023 members enter the draw to win a Forbidden Druid V2!

    Anybody who supports the trails by having a UROC membership in 2023 is directly contributing to the maintenance, upkeep, and development of the trails. All current UROC members in 2023 will automatically be entered into an open draw to win this outstanding bike from the Forbidden Bike Company.

  • New Trail Alert : Gelato

    New Trail Alert : Gelato

    Part of the Italian Dinner group of trails, Gelato was built to match the gentle five percent downhill grade of Spaghetti Factory, Meatballs and connecting on to Buckrub. The four trails connect to provide a perimeter route of Nikkei Mountain with blue square downward trending XC trails on the south side. Best connected from Meatballs or by Garlic Bread and…

Thank you to the Forbidden Bike Company for their generous donation of a complete bike towards the UROC membership draw. All membership fees go back into the trail network for upkeep and ongoing maintenance of the trails. With the support of this years Druid V2, we gained 2513 UROC members which is a record-breaking year and a great contribution to the trails.

We held the open prize draw by using a random number generator and corresponding that number with the membership list to find the winner. This year the winner of the Forbidden Druid GX MX is Tom Grimmer of Comox. Congratulations Tom.
Video link in the bio.

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There were lots of big smiles while out trail building today.

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