Anybody who buys a UROC membership is directly contributing to the upkeep of the trails and will be automatically entered into a draw to win this outstanding bike build.…that’s a full carbon, all the bells and whistles complete bike up for grabs to one lucky UROC member. The prize draw for the Dreadnought SLX will be early December 2022.
Encourage your friends, family, and riding buddies to contribute to the trails and be in it to win it..
Membership fees are used for trail access and management, maintenance and construction including our paid Trail Manager and Trail Crew, purchasing supplies and equipment, volunteer support, and leveraging grant opportunities with matching funds
Membership supports youth community programming like the After School Bike Club and Ride-Build-Ride, and subsidized race entry fees for youth.
Membership also allows you to participate in all UROC activities and events such as trail maintenance days, group rides and UROC race events throughout the calendar year and covers your insurance requirements for these events.
And members stay informed and up to date with email notification of UROC events, news and initiatives.
If you use the Cumberland trail network for riding, running, or walking please support trail access and maintenance and become a member of UROC!
Memberships are valid for the duration of a calendar year (January – December)
During recent times gone by some serious volunteer work went into the jump section of Broadway. One of the old classic trails of Cumberland got some much needed dirt shifting love.
Don’t those hits look great!...
Once again Capital Home Energy is proud to be supporting UROC as a Platinum Sponsor for the 2021 Mountain Bike season. It's important to us to be involved with integral community associations like unitedridersofcumberland Great work fixing up Bakers Dozen !
Posted withregram • unitedridersofcumberland Thanks trail crew for renewing the deck and strengthening the supports on the Bakers Dozen wall ride.
Judging by the hoots and the hollers from the first riders through, we think we nailed this one!
Thanks also goes to capitalhomeenergy who supported this project.
Support the trails, become a UROC member. Win a bike.
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Wow!! The lower trail system in Cumberland is running really really awesome!! Huge thanks to the unitedridersofcumberland trail crew for the hard work getting the trails dialed for all of our enjoyment!!
#UROC trail passes are available at www.unitedridersofcumberland.com and for just $30 you can become a #urocmember and have a chance at winning a beautiful forbiddenbikecompany Dreadnought. That same $30 also goes into trail maintenance and of course helps fund new trails that will be popping up.
Get your trail pass today!! Yeeew!!
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The ending of Bucket of Blood has always been on the radar for a much needed re-route. The existing trail was suffering from fall line erosion and a trail merger with Bear Buns that has never quite up to scratch. In Nov 2020 a trail build application was submitted to the landowners for significant works to decommission and re-build a new ending to Bucket of Blood. This project was to coincide with solving the Bear Buns re-route away from the Perseverance creek overhang, (see previous post). With approval to commence works in place and @supertrampbc volunteering to contribute to the Bucket of Blood build, it made perfect sense to collaborate the two projects. There were many moving parts to this with an ever increasing urgency to remove enormous risk, increase trail sustainability, protect our waterways and factor in ecological values in trail building. Several sections would need to be decommissioned, new lines had to be evaluated, then roughed in, built, drained and all made safe for riding bikes and trail use.
The Bucket of Blood has now got a super fun new section of trail, which has been built in a similar theme to the existing Bucket of Blood with hops, pops, drops and a new technical feature, The Rainbow 🌈 , thats an absolute blast to ride. Please note these new dirtworks are still settling in, meaning skidding, roosting and overly sending will not do the trail any favors in these early days. Please ride through the new trail helping to ‘pack in’ the new works. Please also remember to ride within your ability on this black diamond trail and make sure you have lots fun.
Thank you to @supertrampbc for engaging in the trail sanctioning process and your continued hard work on the trails. Also, thank you to the multiple volunteers who made a significant contribution to this important project. As always, trail crew put in a solid effort to this build while endeavoring to keep the trails in tip top condition and always with maximum levels of stoke. Thank you trail crew.
Don’t forget to buy your 2021 UROC membership and be in with a chance of winning a @forbiddenbikecompany Druid.
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Your UROC membership directly supports the access agreement with the landowners for non-motorized trail use, youth and community mountain bike programming and trail work in the Cumberland network!
Here’s a great story about United Riders of Cumberland, the Village of Cumberland, and two forestry companies came together to create a forest access partnership. As a result of nearby forestry activities, URoC had the opportunity to access the forest and build a burgeoning new local mountain biking industry. Get your 2021 membership or donate here.
Check out this awesome video with CVAG (Comox Valley Art Gallery) Youth Media Project made to show the importance of supporting trail maintenance! Get your 2021 membership or donate here.
Check out this short film by local Tao Werner on the transformative power of UROC membership
Feeling like you need to step it up? Come sign up for your UROC membership today and become the rider you’ve always dreamed of!