ALBERTA'S BEST KEPT SECRET IN MOUNTAIN BIKING
We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to caring for sustainable mountain bike trails in the Medicine Hat and surrounding area.
An Experience like No Other.
From the cliffs along side the South Saskatchewan River, to the boreal forests lining the Cypress Hills, we have a trail and the terrain to suit everyone.
Badlands Biking Package
The City of Medicine Hat has partnered with local hotels and breweries to offer you a unique riding opportunity. These packages include four Brewery Taster trays, in-room bike storage,one-night hotel stay and breakfast for two people.
There is No Off-season.
Our unique climate provides us with one of the longest mountain biking seasons in the country! With hot, endless summer days and mild temperatures and minimal amounts of snow in the winter Medicine Hat is the perfect year round riding destination.
There's a Spot for All.
Our membership is consistently growing every year. Whether you're a seasoned biking veteran or a first timer, everyone is welcome. What are you waiting for, come and be apart of the fun!
Welcome to the 670 Collective Mountain Bike Club. We are located in the beautiful Canadian Badlands and are the voice for the mountain biking community in Southeastern Alberta (Medicine Hat, Redcliff and surrounding area). We are a registered non-profit, volunteer-run organization affiliated with the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA). As a club we aim to develop trail networks that provide challenge and progression while fostering a mountain bike culture and a community that embraces our sport.
The Badlands play host to two distinct riding landscapes, all within an hour of each other, which makes it an exciting and unique riding destination. From the arid desert landscape outside of Medicine Hat and Redcliff, to the rolling hills and trees of Elkwater, we have a terrain for everyone. Our climate rewards us with very short shoulder seasons, and offers one of the longest riding seasons in the country - making it the perfect year round biking destination.
We hope you enjoy the trails in our area, and if you have any comments, questions, or concerns please feel free to contact us, we would love to hear from you!
TRAILS & SKILL PARKS
As a club we care for our trails in Southeast Alberta and build and maintain sustainable trails in our area. Currently our resources, capacity and land manager relationships mean that we mainly focus our efforts in Redcliff, Medicine Hat and Elkwater Provincial Park.
Medicine Hat & Area
The best way to support mountain biking in the Medicine Hat is to purchase a yearly membership. All membership fees go directly into helping building and maintain the amazing trails in the area. Memberships are valid until April of the next year.
Membership in the 670 has more perks than just giving back to the trails we ride. In addition to giving directly to your trails, members also receive:
HOW TO JOIN
Membership registration is through Zone4, a secure third party registration program. To purchase your annual membership, click the Purchase Membership button, below, this will direct you to the Zone4 website. For existing members, login using your created credentials and follow the instructions. For new members, click Add First Person, and follow the specified instructions to complete the sign up form.
Once you registered, the 670 will receive confirmation from Zone4 of your online registration. You will then need to "Request to Join" the members only 670 Collective Mountian Bike Club on Facebook. Once you have been confirmed, and you can pick up your membership card at Cyclepath or Gravity Sports.
Adult membership: $54 ($50 + $4 for Zone 4 online handling fee)
Youth membership: $34 ($30 + $4 for Zone 4 online handling fee)
NOTE: Youth must be 14 years old before April 30th in order to be eligible to be a member.
CONNECT WITH US
If you are checking us out for the first time, wanting to know more about what's going in on in the Medicine Hat and surrounding area, need some help finding trails, or just want to know what riding conditions are like, message us. We would love to hear from you!
Nothing we have done could have been accomplished without our wonderful sponsors. These organizations and business are the backbone of the community and have taken major roles in helping us achieve our mission and dreams! If you'd like to know more about our sponsors or learn how to become one, contact us.