Dunbar Summer Series

aMTB DH Series | 2022

Adaptive Mountain Biking Race Series

Join us this year as adaptive mountain biking makes its return at the Dunbar Summer Series. Starting July 17th at Fernie Alpine Resort, July 20th at Panorama and July 24th Kicking Horse. This series will play host to the BC Cup, BC Open, Canada Cup and Canadian Nationals. To top it all off, this year at Nationals there will be a new trophy to win, the CAMBA (Canadian Adaptive Mountain Biking Association) Cup, given to the best riders at the aMTB Downhill World Championships.

Kootenay Adaptive, in partnership with the Dunbar Summer Series, is bringing back the first of its kind adaptive mountain biking race series. Podium events at each race, with accumulated points for every stop in the summer series going towards the BC Cup (Fernie, Panorama, Kicking Horse July 17-24).

New to racing? These courses aren’t just your typical flow trails. Riders will need to know how to handle technical terrain, including rocks roots and roll downs. Join our race development clinic in July, just before the start of the Dunbar Series to prepare for your racing season and to unlock your best results.

Registration is now open. Give us a follow and keep checking our website for more details throughout the Spring.


Mountain Biking in Fernie, by photographer Keri Medig

July 17. 2021 || Canada Cup

Mountain life at its finest. One of the best mountain towns you’ll ever visit. Come for the mountain biking, stay for the vibes.


Panorama Mountain Resort Pools in the Summer

June 19. 2021 || Canada Cup

Old school trails, while embracing a modern directions. All based in the spectacular Purcells. This will be the toughest course in the Series.

Kicking Horse

Ariel view of kicking horse mountain resort in the summer

July 24. 2021 || Canadian Nationals

With over 3700 feet of vertical, what better venue to wrap up the series? Kicking Horse offers a bit of everything, from rock, to flow to white knuckled wood features.

portrait of adaptive mountain biker ethan kreuger

This means validation for adaptive mountain biking as a sport and legitimacy for the athletes who have made it their goal to master the adaptations they have had to make to continue or get into the sport.

Ethan Kreuger, Sport-On Rider and High Fives Athlete
adaptive mountain biker tanelle bolt rides the chairlift at big white bike park

Super awesome quote from a super rad human, coming soon.

Tanelle Bolt, RAD Society and High Fives Athlete


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Kootenay Adaptive is a global leader in adaptive mountain biking, based out of British Columbia, Canada.

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