Kootenay Mountain Bike Coaching & Mountain Shuttle Transportation
Welcome to the Mountain Biking Capital of British Columbia
Kootenay Mountain Bike Coaching in partnership with Mountain Shuttle are here to assist you with having a true Kootenay Experience. We have you covered with Private Mountain Bike Lessons, Group clinics and camps, Tours and Guiding.
Want to get more riding with less driving and pedalling up dirt roads? Mountain Shuttle offer daily shuttles to the Seven Summits Epic IMBA trail, scheduled shuttles to the best trails around. Our drivers know where to go and how to get you the best lines.
To truly experience Rossland’s Mountain Biking, book an excursion with us.
- ALL cancellations are subject to a $10 cancellation fee.
- Up to 72 hours in advance receive a full refund (cancellation fee applies)
- Less than 72 hours in advance receive 50% refund (cancellation fee applies)
- Less than 48 hours in advance are not eligible for refund.
Shuttles require min of 2 people (Note: an additional person charge will be added if you are the only person in your shuttle)
Group Tours/Day Trips require min of 4 people (please contact us for pricing for groups less than 4 or more than 6)
– Min 2 riders –
1 Ride Shuttle – $40pp + gst
2 Ride Shuttle – $50pp + gst
Advanced – Expert: Whiskey/Flume/Cherry Poppins/Stunted Growth/Crown Point /SMD
Intermediate: Tamarack to Drakes, KC to Milky Way/Pale Ale
Beginner: Green Door
$99/hr up to 3 hours
$90/hr after 4 hours
$600 daily (8 hours max)
Shuttle cost is just $10!
$25 per rider
Group 4-7ppl: $240 + gst
Group 8-14ppl: $280 + gst
Adults (16+) 1-3 People
|1 RIDER||2 RIDERS||3 RIDERS|
Shuttle: $15 per rider per shuttle
Youth (5-15yrs) 1-3 People
|1 RIDER||2 RIDERS||3 RIDERS|
Shuttle: $15 per rider per shuttle
|2 HOUR GUIDED TOUR||3 HOUR GUIDED TOUR||4 HOUR GUIDED TOUR|
|1-3 RIDERS||$89 per rider||$114 per rider||$129 per rider|
|4-8 RIDERS||$74 per rider||$100 per rider||$115 per rider|
Add a shuttle: $15 per rider
Additional hours: $15 per rider
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Give us a call and we’ll do our very best to accommodate your request.
What footwear is best to wear for biking?
Preferably a flat soled supportive shoe is the best option.
Where will we go for our tours?
It depends on what tour you have booked. Our mountain bike guides will take you on the fun local trails in the area. Depending on your level will dictate what trails we can take you on. Rossland is fortunate to have a very large trail network on offer with everything from nice mellow trails to extreme downhill trails with lots of features.
What is the minimum and maximum size of the tour groups?
The minimum and maximum number of people varies for each tour offered. Please call one of our reservation agents to inquire about a specific tour.
What experience/fitness level do I need to have?
Not sure if you’re fitness level is up for the challenge? While mountain biking does require a certain level fitness from riders, we have a full range of lessons that cater towards riders of all fitness abilities.
Where do the tours/rides leave from?
Most of our tours/rides depart from the parking lot behind Revolution Cycles next to the Rossland Brewery, unless prior arrangement is made when you book. Our Seven Summits tours depart from the museum parking lot at 8am daily.
Are the tours condition/weather dependant?
Our tours will run in nearly all weather, but may be cancelled due to very extreme conditions.
In certain cases it may be necessary to reschedule a tour due to poor/unsafe conditions or heavy rainfall. Be sure to bring appropriate clothing so that you’re as dry, warm, and comfortable as possible.
What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations made within 48hrs will incur a $10 admin fee. Cancellations within 24 hrs will not receive a refund.
Do I have to wear a helmet and protection for biking?
Yes, BC law requires that people on bicycles wear helmets. It is also recommended that you have padding (knee, shin and or elbow pads) to protect yourself. It is not required to have padding but we highly recommend it. KMBC have a limited supply available for rent.
Do I need to have special riding gear?
No. While it is a good idea to be aware of the weather, come dressed in clothes that give you a free range of movement, can get muddy and can keep you warm in the wet, or cool in the sun, you do not need anything out of the ordinary.
I want something specific, can you accommodate?
Yes we can. Our experienced coaches can accommodate your needs when requested, based on your current riding ability. No sure of what your level is? See level descriptions listed below.
Wondering what we mean by Intermediate? Here are some descriptions of the rider levels, so you can match your experience to them, and figure out where you fit in.
- Level One – New Rider/ Beginner
Level one riders have very little or no single track experience. Trails will be our easiest available beginner single-track, they are wide trails with few obstacles. Level one riders will find these trails challenging but are able to ride most of the trail without getting off the bike.
In Rossland this includes trails like Louie Joes, Moe’s & Larry’s.
- Level Two – Beginner
Occasional single track experience but still has a lot to learn. Trails will be our green/blue variety with more small bumps, rocks, roots and switchbacks than level 1. Level 2 riders will find these trails challenging and will still be learning how to navigate the obstacles on the trail.
In Rossland the trails include Cemetery, Green Door, Drake’s.
- Level Three – Intermediate
Ride Single track often and want to improve speed and confidence through small roots and rocks and corners up and down. Trails have lots of challenging fun Blue switchbacks descending, some steeper descending practice and some blue rocky sections for challenges. Level 3 riders are riding these trails with confidence, they are looking to improve their line selection, ride with more flow and conquer the rock and manmade features on the trail.
In Rossland the trails include Milky Way, Dewdney, Tamerac to Doukabour Draw.
- Level Four – Intermediate/Advanced
Ride single track regularly with confidence on most trail features. Have the ability to adapt quickly to changing terrain and are confident on new trails. Looking to improve speed and flow on the trail through varied steep up/down terrain with good technique and reading of trail. Level four riders want to improve all areas of their biking, build their speed and be confident riding all single blacks at speed and moving into be capable of any trail.
In Rossland trails include Pay Dirt, Larch/BS, SMD/SMA, Crown Point
- Level Five – Advanced
Confident in varied rooty and rocky terrain with steep up/down terrain. Desire to improve skills and confidence with black diamond terrain. Trails have rocky, rooty, steep pitches, rock faces, manmade stunts and log rides if desired. Must have padding, flat pedals, full face helmet and at least 6 inch front forks are recommended.
Where can I rent bikes?
You can rent bikes from Revolution Cycles in Rossland and a Gerricks Cycle in Trail. Helmets are available with bike rental. Protection is not available for rental, however KMBC do have a limited supply for rent.
What size of bike will fit me?
To determine what size of bike will fit you well, all you need to know is your height. These are a rough guideline to work with, the very experienced staff at our local stores will be able to assist you when renting or purchasing a bike.
5’ – 5’4” = XS
5’4” – 5’8” = S
5’8” – 5’10” = M
5’10” – 6’1” = L
6’1” – 6’4” = XL
Can I get a hotel pick up?
Yes you can! Make sure to plan ahead and let us know at least a 2 days in advance so that we can arrange it.
I don’t see a program for me, what are my options?
The best value of improvement for the money is in a private lesson. Can’t find another program to suit your needs? A private is for you. Please call one of our reservation agents to book.
Questions? No problem! Simply email us here or call us at 778-457-5001 to speak with a Get Lost Adventure Centre representative.