Every Monday Night during the summer we have a fun and social ladies group ride. We typically start group rides in May and go until September or October. This group ride is meant for anyone interested in getting out on the trails and having some fun while exploring the trails of the Crowsnest Pass. These rides generally last 1.5 to 2 hours. The meeting place and riding area will be posted weekly on Facebook and in our events section.
Riders of all levels are welcome! It is always your responsibility to ride within your means. We want you to progress and sometimes face fears, gain more confidence and skills, but you decide your comfort zone. This is a supportive and fun group ride. Typically as the season progresses we tackle more difficult terrain, but if you are a beginner just make sure you let your group ride leader know because there is always a fun trail to ride.
WHAT YOU NEED
We require a working mountain bike, helmet, a signed waiver, your own hydration and nutrition and a good attitude. Riders of all levels are welcome! The meeting place and riding area will be posted weekly on Facebook and in our events section.
UROC Trail Report October 21st:Looks like mother nature is putting a stop (or at least a lengthy pause) on our #alltimefalltime riding conditions. Starting today we are experiencing some more seasonal weather of rain turning into snow over the weekend. This will be our last trail report of the season. Thanks to everyone who followed along for a great riding season.If conditions improve we will let you know. Just a heads up that Pass Powderkeg Ski Area is hoping to open for ski operation in just under a month, which means that they will be working on the hill getting equipment into place for the start of their season. Please avoid their work areas and machines if your are on the ski hill.UROC will still give periodic uplates over the winter to keep everyone in the loop about upcoming events and projects, plus we will help promote other non-bike related winter activities that might be of interest to our members.A big thanks to everyone who helped out this season, and a big thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy our new (and old) trails. We are very proud of the work that has been done to make this area a great riding destination. Please tag us in your social media, so we can continue to share how people are enjoying the trails.Happy Trails! ... See MoreSee Less
UROC Trail report October 14th:These reports kind of sound like a broken record, but we will keep saying it: the weather has been phenomenal and the trails are in amazing shape. We are experiencing a fall that feels more like summer and just keeps going. I know many of our members are starting to think about snow sports, but until the ground is blanketed in snow, you might as well keep riding your bikes. It has been great to see everyone continuing to enjoy the Crowsnest trail network.Just a reminder to everyone that the lodge level parking lot is as high as you are allowed to drive Pass Powderkeg Ski Area. If you are using the main road to shuttle up, please be cautious of other users on the road, and keep your speed low. Happy trails! ... See MoreSee Less
UROC trail report October 7th:Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all of our UROC members! I think all of us can be thankful for a fantastic trail network and amazing fall riding weather. Mother Nature continues to keep the temperatures up, and the wind at bay. This weekend will be more great riding conditions, so we are looking forward to seeing riders and their families out on the trails. We could start seeing more seasonal snow anytime, so get out and enjoy this amazing fall riding now. UROC is also very thankful for all of the volunteers who continue to help make the Crowsnest trails and bike community great. A thanks to the trail builders, rider leaders, event coordinators, board members, and all the helpers. The trails are all in really good shape! ... See MoreSee Less