WORCA was founded in 1989 to lobby against the closure of bike trails in Garibaldi Park. As a result of those efforts the Cheakamus Lake and Elfin Lake trails remained open to cyclists.
WORCA has become an integral part of Whistler, and represents a community of more than 1,800 members.
Working with government, landowners and developers, WORCA ensures mountain bike trail access while providing a wide range of other services to the mountain bike community:
WORCA sanctions Toonie Rides, Monday Night Rides and Phat Wednesday series, and other special events.
WORCA fosters growth of the sport through its youth programs and clinics.
WORCA maintains hundreds of kilometres of trails to the highest standards through member fees, donations, grants, and volunteer efforts.
Help WORCA increase trail maintenance and rehabilitation projects around Whistler by joining today to support your local trails.
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- WORCA's 52 Card Pickup - Entries Open! Jun 18, 2016 – Comments: 3
- Great turnout at yesterday's Trail Night! May 26, 2016 – Comments: 0
- First WORCA Toonie of the year draws huge crowd! May 6, 2016 – Comments: 0