Online memberships for 2023 are now being sold in the Store.
Please read about the new staging area and gate operation – starting for 2022 club memberships, paid members will get a gate code, so they can open the gate at the end of 256th to get access to the staging area: https://bluemountainmotorcycleclub.com/staging-area/
Wet weather riding guide: (Please read)
-Don’t ride during extreme weather events like heavy rain or windstorms.
-Rain or snow saturated trails are susceptible to more wear.
-Let the trails dry after an atmospheric river event.
-Refrain from riding in the snow, it makes ruts that channels water, causing unnecessary trail erosion.
-Make good trail selection for your group. If a trail is too challenging, try it another day.
-Don’t dig holes and polish roots.
-Carry a hand saw. Cut downed trees 3’-4’ back from the edge of the trail.
-Report larger downed trees, bridges in need of repair or other danger locations.
-The Club is based on volunteers, not all issues can be attended to right away. More volunteers are always Welcomed.
-Join the Club, come out to trail days. Many hands make light work looking after this world class riding area.
-Have Fun, Enjoy The Ride.
Please note the new ‘Events‘ page – accessible from the menu at the top. This will list upcoming trail maintenance dates, notices (like logging operations), and dates/info for the annual Route of all Evil Fun Ride and Member/Volunteer Appreciation rides.
Trail Maintenance days – please show up (Staging area, north end of 256th street) for 9:30am to help work on the trails! 2023 dates: Jan 29, Feb 26, Mar 26, Apr 30. More dates to come (typically, the last Sunday of the month).
The Blue Mountain MotorcycleClub is a registered non-profit society mandated with stewardship of the off-road trails on Blue Mountain, in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. We promote safe, responsible, and sustainable use of this trail system to negate environmental impact and ensure the riding area remains open for future generations of off-road motorcycle enthusiasts.
The trail system was formed in the 1970’s, and is one of British Columbia’s premier riding areas. While many of the trails along the base of the mountain can be enjoyed by most riders, trails at higher elevations are much more challenging, requiring greater technical ability, fitness, and intestinal fortitude.
Our members invest thousands of man hours collectively each year to maintain the 100+ kilometer trail system. We keep a running dialog with local government, property owners, the British Columbia Off-Road Motorcycle Association (BCORMA), and BC Forestry Services. We are funded by member donations, fundraising, and event revenue. Our events are a great way to get to know the trails, meet fellow riders, make new friends, and hone your craft. Speaking of events, our signature ride is The Route Of All Evil Fun Ride that takes place each spring.
Additionally, we typically meet on the first Thursday of every month to discuss club business, appropriate funds to various projects, and plan trail system maintenance. Login to our forums to check for news updates. We encourage all Blue Mountain riders to register with the Blue Mountain Motorcycle Club, and be proactive about your sport and favourite riding area.
Keep the rubber side down!
For new members, please download and read the Welcome Package:
Please go to the Trail Information page for trail listing, difficulty ratings, maps etc.