670 Collective Mountain Bike Club is a registered non-profit, volunteer-run organization affiliated with the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) and the Alberta Bicycle Association (ABA). We are the voice of the off-road cycling community in Medicine Hat, Alberta, located in the beautiful Canadian Badlands. Our hard working members not only design, build and maintain sustainable trails in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park and Redcliff, we are also the initiators of the Redcliff Bike Skills Park. Rewarded with one of the longest riding seasons in the country, local mountain bikers ride two distinctive landscapes within an hour of each other, making it an exciting and unique riding destination. 670 Collective riders race across western Canada and the US, collect and fix bikes for underprivileged kids, travel abroad to other popular riding locations and are the organizers of the Battle Creek Showdown, a fun weekend of mountain bike racing, live music, good food, and local brew in Southeast Alberta.


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2016 Battle Creek Showdown


Registration for the 2016 Battle Creek Showdown is now open! Check out all the details on the BCS page!


Group Rides


Group Rides have started up again.


Mixed Rides -  Wednesdays @ 6:30pm

Ladies Rides - Thursdays @ 6:30pm

*Ride start times subject to change & rides occur as weather permits. Check the members only Facebook group for updates.*


3rd annual bikes for badgers


The 3rd Annual Bikes for Badgers was a huge success, with the club taking in over 30 used bikes. These bikes were fixed up and re-homed to children and youth in the community of Redcliff. Thank a bunch to everybody who either donated, or took the time to fix bikes up. A special thank you to Gravity Sports for hosting this event once again.


670 Collective Survey


670 Collective is conducting a survey of all mountain bikers in the southeastern region of Alberta. We are hoping to collect information from this region not just our club members in hopes of better planning and organizing our clubs time, energy and resources. This is another way for mountain bikers to give us feedback so please take a couple minutes to complete the survey. Please note that the survey may not work in Internet Explorer.


Facilities Agreement with the Town of Redcliff


670 Collective has signed a facilities agreement with Redcliff. We are now able to upgrade and maintain the trails we are currently using and also pave the way to more trails in the future!





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