The BMBC is a community based mountain bike club/volunteer group in the town of Bolton . The purpose of the club/group is to build/maintain trails and advocate for mountain biking along the Humber River . Our goal is to show community stewardship, maintain the natural surroundings and heritage while building sustainable trails for all stakeholders in a equable manner. There is no cost to join our group. We feel that a fee creates an economic barrier for
The BMBC is a IMBA ( International Mountain Biking Association) member club. All approved trail construction/maintenance follows IMBA standards. Trail days are lead under certified trail crew leaders who have been trained in the various methods of trail layout and construction by IMBA. Any chainsaw work is preformed by a certified bucking/felling (OFSWA standard) operator with full safety gear. All trail work is insured through http://www.oasisinsurance.ca/ins/imba.html or other authorities.
We look forward as a small community group to partake in the "Living City" vision. We have within our group a wide spectrum of experience, everything from green roof /floating wetland construction/urban agriculture to highly experienced trail builders. Some of our members have worked with professional trail builders such as http://www.sustainabletrails.com/
We hope that we will be included/considered for stewardship in the Bolton/Nashville Tract and increase the recreational opportunities of all stakeholders in the Town of Bolton. If you have any questions we can be reached by e-mail.