ALBERTA'S BEST KEPT SECRET IN MOUNTAIN BIKING

 

We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to caring for  sustainable mountain bike trail networks in the Medicine Hat area.

WELCOME

Welcome to the 670 Collective Mountain Bike Club. We are a registered non-profit, volunteer-run organization affiliated with the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA), and the Alberta Bicycle Association (ABA). Located in the beautiful Canadian Badlands, the 670 is the voice of the mountain biking community in Medicine Hat, Alberta and surrounding area. We not only ride together, but also give back to the community by designing, building and maintaining sustainable trails in Medicine Hat, Redcliff, and the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.

 

The Medicine Hat area offers two distinct landscapes, all within an hour of each other, making it an exciting and unique riding destination. In addition, our climate rewards us with very short shoulder seasons, and offers one of the longest riding seasons in the country. Our members race across Western Canada and the United States, travel abroad to other popular riding locations, collect and fix bikes for underprivileged kids, and organize the Battle Creek Showdown mountain bike race.

 

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!

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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 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!

We update our social media platforms almost weekly, so if you want to stay connected and be always in the know, follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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SPONSORS

We are thankful for all of our sponsors. Nothing we have accomplished could have been possible without them.