MTB Week

Whistler Mountain Bike Heritage Week

For more than 3 decades mountain biking has woven itself into the fabric of Whistler’s outdoor community. At the same time, our distinct biking scene has increasingly spread its influence throughout the MTB world.

In celebration of the trails, talent, and passion that makes mountain biking in Whistler special, from May 18-23rd the Whistler Museum will be hosting a series of presentations, film screenings, art shows, and more.

Whistler Mountain Bike Heritage Week is produced by the Whistler Museum, with generous support from the RMOW, and in partnership with WORCA, GO Fest and the Whistler Arts Council.

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Event Breakdown

Dirt Masters: Whistler Trail-building Through the Decades

Featuring: Eric Wight (Whistler Backroads) & Dan Raymond (Wizard Burial Ground, Lord of the Squirrels, etc), Jerome David (former WORCA Trails Director).
(Speaker Series @ Whistler Museum)
May 18th, Doors at 6pm, Show at 7pm
Tickets $10 ($5 for Museum & WORCA members)

“Dirt Masters” Facebook event page

Retro WORCA Toonie Ride

May 19th 6:30pm
Meet at the bottom of Scotia Creek on Whistler’s Westside

WORCA Toonie Ride info here.

Kranked 3 Film Screening

Featuring filmmakers Q&A with Bjorn Enga & Christian Begin
May 20th 6-7:30pm (@Forlise Whistler)
Entry by Donation

Kranked 3 Facebook event page

Whistler MTB: Building a Community

Featuring Charlie Doyle, Grant Lamont, Marika Koenig, and Chris Kent
(Speaker Series @ Whistler Museum)
May 21st, Doors at 6pm, Show at 6:30pm
Tickets $10 ($5 for Museum & WORCA members)

“Building a Community” Facebook event page

Whistler MTB Gone Global

Featuring: Paul Howard (PMBIA), Sarah Leishman, Gravity Logic
May 22nd 6-7:30pm
(Speaker Series @ Whistler Museum):
Tickets $10 ($5 for Museum & WORCA members)

“Whistler MTB Gone Global” Facebook event page

Revolution: Whistler MTB in Photography and Art

May 15th – June 14th
Art show at Millennium Place
Featuring the work of Reuben Krabbe, Sterling Lorence, Robin O’Neill, Margus Riga, Justa Jeskova, and many more