The trails are calling. Join FVMBA today.
By joining FVMBA as a member, you are helping to build a world-class network of trails and riding areas throughout the Fraser Valley. Your support goes directly towards trail development and maintenance, advocacy and stewardship efforts, and fostering partnerships with other outdoor organizations, communities and First Nations.
FVMBA invites you to join our efforts in enabling action towards building inclusive communities and long-term sustainable trail networks with minimal impact on the environment. It’s a big goal, but with your help we’re one step closer to it!
Read more below to see what your membership means for the trails.
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What does it mean to be a FVMBA member
As an active member of FVMBA you play a role in developing and maintaining the trail networks in the Fraser Valley. FVMBA is an advocate and steward for mountain biking and trails. We focus on creating sustainable trail networks and developing a thriving mountain bike culture through interaction, engagement and partnerships with local community, organizations, business, and governments.
With your membership dollars, FVMBA is able to:
Hire a full time trail building and maintenance crew to lead maintenance projects and trail days to keep trails open and safe throughout all seasons.
Purchase trail building tools, supplies and materials for crew, builders and volunteers to use for regular maintenance and trail building days.
Proactively build relationships with community groups and residents, land managers, local business and governments and First Nations.
Manage and deliver trail and mountain biking skill building workshops and programs for a range of age and abilities.
Purchase insurance for club operations and member events including social rides, trail days, workshops and volunteering on trails.
With your membership you also receive:
* voting rights at our Annual General Meeting held in February
* an active investment in developing the sustainability of our trail networks
* participation in social events and rides, trail days and other volunteer opportunities
* offers and discounts through local member supporter businesses
* insurance for all club hosted events, trail days and volunteering
We’re grateful for your contributions. Your support enables active and ongoing engagement that fosters long term trail sustainability and promotes a vibrant and healthy mountain bike culture within our communities.