Our brand was born on the trails. We know first-hand what the sport of mountain biking can bring to people’s lives. Without the trails there is no mountain biking, and without builders there are no trails. Builders truly are the unsung heroes of the mountain bike community.
We currently support a number of trail building organizations such as the North Shore Mountain Bike Association, the Tri-cities Off Road Cycling Association, the Fraser Valley Mountain Bike Association, and the Kamloops Bike Riders Association, to name a few.
We do this through donations, trail adoption, and in the case of the NSMBA we add labour into the mix. But we can always do more. If you know of an organization or a local builder who could use our support, please let us know.
The more trails the better.
The Fraser Valley Mountain Bikers Association is a group whose primary goal is to maintain and develop the vast trail network throughout BC’s Fraser Valley. The FVMBA also acts as the public face for the area’s thriving mountain bike community.
The team behind the infamous North Shore trails. Ryders has been proudly adopting trails on the North Shore since 2011. This year, we’re rebuilding a North Shore classic, “Digger”, named after Todd “Digger” Fiander.
The Loops has produced some of the world’s best riders. The Kamloops Bike Riders Association makes sure these developing riders have a sustainable training ground. Ryders began supporting the KRBA in 2015, and will continue until the world explodes.
Tri-Cities Off Road Cycling Association promotes the responsible planning, design, construction, and maintenance of mountain bike trails around Coquitlam, Port Moody, and Burnaby, BC. Ryders is currently a gold level sponsor of TORCA.
DIG 2 RIDE
DIG 2 RIDE is a youth trail building program based out of Rossland, BC. The program focuses on equipping youth with the tools needed for responsible trail building, teaching everything from how to create jumps to how to control erosion and drainage. After a day of trailwork, the trail leaders shuttle the kids to the top of the mountain so they can ride what they just built.