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ThinkBike: An Introduction to Sea to Sky Mountain Biking

Have you been looking for a way to get started mountain biking in the Sea to Sky Corridor? Home to hundreds of pristine trails that tackle British Columbia’s world-famous terrain, the Sea to Sky Corridor offers you unparalleled access to backcountry singletrack and the world-renowned Whistler Bike Park.

Whistler Think Bike Trail

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is open for it’s 2018 Summer season and that means it’s officially time to gear up and get ready for some serious downhill action. With four different mountain zones and over 190 km of singletrack, the Whistler Bike Park has something for all ages and skill levels of riders to challenge themselves on.

Whether you’re new to mountain biking, inexperienced with BC trails, or an avid rider – Whistler ThinkBike is perfect for you! Coming this May 31st to June 3rd, 2018, ThinkBike can provide experts and beginners with some great knowledge.

Whistler Think Bike Expo

For 3 days, you can test ride the latest bikes and gear on the world class trails of the Whistler Bike Park. ThinkBike brings the world’s best bike and gear manufacturers to Whistler each June for a massive, multi-day expo, where the latest bikes are available for test rides. Admission to the expo comes complete with guided rides, bike park access, shuttles, lunches, parties, movies, and beer.

Along with test riding top-of-the-line bikes, ThinkBike has a few featured events, including; Talk Dirty To Me: Our Dirty History, Whistler Kids DFX Program, and a volunteer Trail Project.

Whistler Think Bike Riders

You can register for Whistler ThinkBike, and find more information about the events, on their official website. There's no better introduction to mountain biking in Sea to Sky Corridor! See you there!

Stay prepared so you can make the most of the 3 day expo by planning your routes with the Whistler Bike Park trail maps. Make the most of your trip by checking out these 10 things to do in Whistler during the summer.

Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane