Mountain Bike



JP Peters

Mountain Bike Committee Coordinator, 2019 Board of Directors


Mountain Bike Committee

The organization of mountain bike races and events depends on the work of volunteers – consider joining the MTB committee and help MTB racing grow in Manitoba.

The committee consists of a Chair (MCA Board Member) and a representative from each club in Manitoba.

MTB Committee Terms of Reference

Information for Mountain Bike Racing

Please contact your Race chair in advance if you are interested in organizing an event.

Race Results (2017): CLICK HERE

Race Results (2018) CLICK HERE

Race Results (2019) CLICK HERE

There were no races in 2020

MTB Points Results (2016) CLICK HERE

MTB Points Results (2017) CLICK HERE

MTB Points Results (2018) CLICK HERE

MTB Points Results (2019) CLICK HERE

There were no races in 2020

MTB Manual (Updated April 2015) CLICK HERE


Bison Butte
“Bison Butte” is the Mountain Bike Trail development at FortWhyte Alive in Winnipeg which was created for the 2017 Canada Summer Games. These free of charge, multi-purpose, recreational trails are opening to the public in stages. The Mountain Bike trails have very technical sections including steep ascents, rock climbs, jumps, and drops. Choose only trails that suit your skill and fitness level.
Read more here:

Bison Butte Recreational Trails
Is this Trail for you
Trail Signage

If you wish to organize an event at Bison Butte, please contact the Manitoba Cycling Association at 204-925-5686

MTB Event Formats in Manitoba

Cross Country Olympic (XCO)
Cross Country Eliminator (Sprint) (XCE)
Cross Country Point to Point (XCP)
Cross Country Time Trial (XCT)
Cross Country Short Track (XCT)
Cross Country Enduro (XCM) – Marathons/24-hour races
Cross Country Team Relay (XCR)

Want to Organize a MTB Race/Event? Contact your Committee Rep and MTB Coordinator, then head over to the Organizers section of this website for important information and resources.

Mountain Bike LTAD

Mountain Bike Long-Term Athlete Development Model: This document is a guide to MTB based on principles of Long-Term Athlete Development. LTAD is a pathway for optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete’s career, but particularly in relation to the important growth and development years of young people.

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