WORCA would like to thank the American Friends of Whistler for their generous donation of $5,000 towards trail maintenance in 2018.
Manager of Operations
WORCA is looking for a dynamic, community minded individual who is passionate about mountain biking to fill the newly created position of Manager of Operations. The primary role of the Manager of Operations will be the day-to-day oversight of the club’s business operations. Your focus will be to report on youth programming and trail building/maintenance activities, to oversee trail crew contracts and invoicing, communications, fundraising development of grant proposals, and identifying new opportunities within the community.
The Manager of Operations ...
This year we are celebrating "North of Town" for our Trail Supporter Program! For only $25, you become a WORCA Trail Supporter and get one of these limited edition t-shirts celebrating our North of Town trail network.
T-Shirts will be a high quality jersey style shirt (a big step up from last year) and will be in a dark ash or deep grey colour (similar to what you see here). Men's, women's, and youth shirts will be available.
This design was done for ...
Are you passionate about mountain biking? What about youth programs or events? If you answered yes to any combination of these, we have an interesting opportunity for you on the WORCA Board of Directors. We currently have two vacancies to fill in the organization: Youth Director and Race Director. The duties of Directors, who oversee our activities, are outlined online here. These roles are a great way to help grow and give back to your local mountain bike community. If you are interested in joining ...
Thank you to the 30+ members who attended the WORCA AGM at the Hilton Resort & Spa on Thursday November 17, 2017. Each Board member provided a brief summary and highlights of their portolio's performance for 2017. Read the reports online:
2017 Unapproved AGM Minutes
2017 Financial Statement
2017 Trail work recap
Two new Directors were elected, welcome to: Omer Dagan – Executuve Secretary and Quinn Lanzon – PR Director. Two positions are currently vacant: Youth & Skills Director and Race Director. To apply to ...
Whistler Off-Road Cycling Association's response to the Cheakamus Community Forest 2018 Planned Harvesting and Fuel Treatment:
WORCA have reviewed the 2018 planned harvesting and fuel treatment plans presented by the CCF and would like to offer the following comments for consideration. We have appreciated the collaborative nature of the relationship between our organizations and continue to see opportunities to work together to achieve outcomes that seek to serve both parties in a productive fashion in the years ahead.
One thing that would greatly ...
The Lumpy Award was presented by WORCA President Craig Mackenzie at the 2017 WORCA AGM.
'Geoff "Lumpy" Leidal was a local athlete who was killed in an avalanche in 1998. In his honor, the Lumpy Leidal Award is presented each year to a local junior who has been found outstanding as a sportsperson, a volunteer and someone who epitomizes athleticism in our local youth. ' Source.
The Lumpy's award for 2017 was awarded to Amy Ertel. Congratulations Amy!
With last winter's heavy snow sticking around, it seemed like summer was never going to show up! The snow brought down the house so to speak -- peppering the valley with deadfall.
The Waldorf volunteer week got the fun stuff started with the completion of "Robin! Yer' Eggs". The entire grade 9 class spent the week digging and learning about how ravens will eat other birds' eggs (!).
Then, armed with a fresh crew and keen volunteers, two new sections of single track ...