A big THANK YOU to the Town of Ladysmith, Ladysmith Parks, Recreation and Culture and to all of the volunteers (many of which were CTSS Ladysmith members), for your help in making Crosstoberfest at Transfer Beach an amazing day!! We had 370 racers and families at...
The Cowichan Trail Stewardship Society is excited to announce the return of BC Bike Race to the Cowichan Region in 2019. BC Bike Race (BCBR) is a 7-day stage race that attracts racers from all over the world to ride a selection of singletrack trails on Vancouver...
A little more information for all of you who may have seen a change to Trailforks recently.
Trailforks Pro is available for the next two weeks for the cost of $1.49 a month . After the end of September the cost goes up to $2.99 a month.
From the Trail Forks Website: The website remains free, as do the Trailforks trail association tools, but full access to the Trailforks App now requires a subscription.
Users still can use the app for free, but will now be limited to a local area. Many other functions of the app also remain free, such as checking trail status, reports, events, contests, badges, and recording and viewing your personal ridelog.
The free area is a square with 60km (38 mile) sides , which equals to 3600 square kilometers (1400 square miles) is pre-set automatically, but users can adjust this area once to their choice. It's intended to encompass their most used riding area, even if that area is far away. The map is still usable for basic navigation outside this free area, but the background and trails are greyed out with limited info.
Trailforks Pro now costs $1.49 per month for early adopters, or $2.99 per month for users who sign up afterwards. Users who sign up for Trailforks Pro before the end of September 30th receive a 50% early adopter discount forever as our way of saying thank you. Existing and new users to the app also get to use Trailforks Pro for 7 unique days.
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All summer on All Points West we have been exploring different green spaces and parks around the island. This week we heard about Brown Drive Park in Ladysmith. It's undergone a big transformation in the past week, thanks to volunteers who moved a lot of dirt to create the town's first sanctioned mo...