Mountainview Cycling Club is a group of local enthusiasts dedicated to cycling. We are affiliated with the Canadian Cycling Association, the main governing body of cycling in Canada. Our membership consists of all ages and abilities. We host weekly group rides, clinics, and opportunities to compete in mountain biking events.
Mountainview Cycling Club 2022 – Register Online – OPEN NOW
2022 Schedule – Rides starting May 2 (tentative)
Monday Evenings: Mountainview
– All ages and abilities group ride (5:30pm), starting May 2
– Learn to ride/learn to race clinics (5:45pm), starting May 16
Tuesday – 5:30pm: Copeland Forest – Intermediate/Advanced riders (please consult with a Ride Leader before participating)
Thursday – 7:00pm: Mountainview races (not organized by club – MCC membership not mandatory)
Learn to Ride/Learn to Race Program
For 2022, Mountainview Cycling Club and AWI Cycling are teaming up to provide more programs for new riders and those who are looking to improve their skills. On Monday nights, Learn to Ride programming will be provided by MCC, while Learn to Race and Train to Race will be provided by AWI. Participants may hold a membership to both clubs if they wish to represent their home club, while participating in the coaching provided by the other (For example, a Midland local may sign up for the MCC, represent the MCC at races, and participate in other MCC events, but participate in the AWI Learn to race program by paying their club fee).
The learn to ride program (youth) is intended for riders aged 8-13 who already know how to ride their bikes in the general sense (e.g. can ride around their neighbourhood, know how to pedal, coast, brake, get on and off their bike comfortably), and who are looking to learn the skills of mountain biking on singletrack trails. Participants must have a mountain bike in good working order, and a properly fitting helmet.
The learn to ride program (adult) is intended for older riders (14+) who already know how to ride their bikes, but want to learn the skills of mountain biking on singletrack trails. Participants must have a mountain bike in good working order, and a properly fitting helmet.
The Learn to Race and Train to Race programs are intended for more advanced/experienced riders looking to further their skills, work on their race craft, and explore more focused training. These programs are provided by AWI Cycling.
The Mountainview Cycling Club Learn to Ride program is planned to run for 6 weeks. Any missed days due to weather will be made up at the end of the originally scheduled dates. The program will run from 5:45-6:45pm. If the club can secure sufficient volunteers, there will be rides available for the Learn to Ride group into the summer, but specific instruction won’t be provided at those rides.
|Program||Host||Cost (including club membership fee)|
|Learn to Ride Youth|
|Mountainview Cycling Club|
|$50+$20 club fee = $70|
|Learn to Ride Adult||Mountainview Cycling Club|
|$50+$20 club fee = $70|
|Learn to Race||AWI Cycling||$400|
|Train to Race||AWI Cycling||Contact Matt Spak for pricing|
All members must purchase OCA insurance (Affiliate Membership, Citizen Permit or UCI license) must be purchased online. The club registration link will automatically direct you to purchase the insurance. Youth riders, and adults who are planning on participating in the Thursday Night Race Series, need a Citizen Permit or UCI license. Adults who are not racing may purchase an Affiliate Membership.
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