Summer Jobs: Mountain Bike Trail Maintenance – Bison Butte (additional spots available)



The Manitoba Cycling Association is excited to announce additional positions available, effective immediately at Bison Butte Mountain Bike trails.  

If you are between the ages of 15 and 29 years old, love the outdoors (even hot sun, rain, wind, mosquitos + ticks 🙂 and you don’t mind getting dirty, we might have the job for you!

We are looking for strong, independent workers with solid work ethic who will work together as a team to maintain the trails and trail maintenance equipment at Bison Butte this summer. This job can be physically demanding and will require the operation of  maintenance tools and equipment (i.e: lawn mower/weed wacker). 


Application for employment (Here)

Job Role & Application process: (Here)


Start Date: as soon as possible (all job requirements must be completed prior to starting). See below

End Date: September 30 latest or until work is complete and staff are available

Anticipated Hours: Approx 10-15 hours per week  (Sunday, Monday, Wednesday)

Wage: Min. wage + 4% vacation pay



Must have a social insurance number

Email completed Urban/green team employee profile to the MCA Executive Director ( employee profile 

Complete and email payroll details to payroll information

Complete a criminal record check (age 18+), including a vulnerable sector check. Contact local RCMP or  CRC

Complete:  Provincial workplace health and safety 

Must be a 2022 General Member for insurance purposes.  Expense will be reimbursed.  Membership

Additional Paperwork is required if applicant is 15 years of age. Young Employees


WAYNE BISHOP – Trails Supervisor! 

This years Bison Butte site supervisor will be Wayne Bishop!  Wayne is a trails ambassador and owner of  2wheel revolution. He has had a long history with Bison Butte’s development and supports trail building, infrastructure and maintenance at many locations across Manitoba.  Wayne is an avid Mountain biker, a certified Mountain bike coach, and when he isn’t on the trails resides just outside of Winnipeg with his wife and two boys.   The MCA is grateful for Wayne’s support and expertise. 

The Bison Butte trails are on City of Winnipeg land which is leased by FortWhyte Alive.  Manitoba Cycling’s role and committment is to maintain the existing trails as a legacy to the 2017 Canada Summer Games. The trails are multi-use and enjoyed by the public. 



Ensure compliance with all Public Health Orders related to the ongoing COVID-19
pandemic, which can be found at