Part four - Jonny.


Jonny came to us via recomendation and has been chasing summers guiding back to back seasons in both New Zealand and Whistler. Jonny's calm and collected demeanour speaks volumes with the confidence he instills with his groups and his passion in seeing riders improve. Solid rider, solid coach, solid guy!

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Part three - Hugo.


Hugo, another first season staffer for us but a professional seasionairre, understands exactly what it takes to get'r done! When you have the passion for pleasing the pallette and for riding bikes, work comes as second nature and things just fall into place. Hugely positive feedback from all guests so far and his time in the kitchen nothing compared to his time in the park! Hugo's killing it on all fronts!

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Part two - Ben.


Ben lives for riding bikes. He's a super motivated and excited individual that loves to share his passion.
A first year guide for us yet an extremely competent guide and rider and brings with him an enthusiastic attitude with unlimited energy.
You can not fail to have fun with Ben both on and off the trail! 

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As a testament to our staff and showing you the passion they have for riding, Whitenosugar productions worked closely with our team and has put together a series of four edits to show what riding in Whistler is all about for our team!

Here is part one - Joel.

A huge thanks to Tim over at WhiteNoSugar Productions for the excellent work and an impressive worh ethic.

Joel is a shredder. His technical ability is extremely strong and his riding fast and fluid.
An engineer by trade gives him an uncanny ability to see the small details that might be holding you back.
With his correction and encouragement you'll be riding the trails like you never thought possible!

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Summer 2015 has booked up like crazy and we are running of limited date windows for the remainder of the summer.

We have the following windows available:

June 12 - 19 (up to 2 rooms)
June 13 - 20 (1 room)

July 25 - Aug 20 (up to 3 2 rooms)

July 28 - Aug 5 (1 room)

July 31 - Aug 22 (1 room)

August 1 - 31 21 (1 room)

August 10 - 20 (1 room)


Get it while you can! Book now!

Please check for current availability - this is not live.



joel d2014 has barely wrapped up with Anthill films closing our season down while filming the Whistler segment of their next film - Unreal

2015 dates are already getting snapped up, so while we ponder on our pricing structure again for 2015 dates, we're freezing 2014 rates until the 31st December 2014.

Get in touch to secure your 2015 Whistler experience mountain biking holiday dates to avoid disapointment!




Still thinking about a Summer 2014 holiday with us in Whistler?

Canadian Affair currently have September dates available at just £398 per person return from Gatwick to Vancouver.

Stay 7 nights (20th Sept - 27th Sept) for $775 (~£500)
Stay 9 nights (22nd Sept - 1st Oct) for $965 (~£630)
Stay 14 nights (20th Sept - 4th Oct) for $1434 (~£935)

Based on our Whistler Experience half board catered and guided package with 2 share pricing. 3 share rooms available at a reduced rate.

What are you waiting for?



green monsterHere's a pretty sweet shot of Joel taming the infamous 'green monster'.

Helped by his 2014 Scott Genius LT in full Enduro spec with Fox's 26" 36 Float 180 and a pair of DT Swiss' 27.5" EX1750 wheelset shod in Continental's Trail King tyres.

Thanks for the photo's Joern Rohde



voltageDH650bThe Voltage FR hit the market probably as one of the most versatile bikes we will ever see.
Here at BBB we've had all manner of Voltage FR built up to suit all manner of riders and trails. From our original 2010 Fr10 frame only bikes built up either as Whistler park bikes with 40 RC2's forks, DHX RC4 rear shocks, Fr2350 wheels or as sub 30lb Squamish shuttle bikes with 36 float 160's, RP23 and EX1750 wheels and 450mm seatposts to give a full pedal height post with full DH drop, the bikes were simply amazing.

The incredibly planted new (2013) Gambler is yet another uber adjustable bike from Scott and it like to charge hard and go fast. 

We've had a thing for the Voltage FR since first roding them and after a chairlift chat at crankworx with Ben Walker the DH product manager at Scott USA about building a 27.5 DH voltage, he suggested he'd see what he had left.
Happily he managed to find a 2012 Voltage Team DH frame and sent it over for a target 27.5 build.

So, thanks to Fox for the 40 float 27.5, some custom offset shock mounts, long rear IDS dropouts and a bunch of parts from Gravity and hubs and rims from DT.. the project was realised.

The motivation for 27.5 was simply after riding the new generation Genius 700. The wheel size made perfect sense for the riding here and those subtle differences from 26 all seemed to align to be a benefit for teh riding our bikes are put through in the Sea-to-sky corridoor.

So, 27.5 Voltage DH seems to work plenty well on the bike park with the lighter weight being a huge plus.. however its no suprise that Scott launced their 2015 DH lines with 27.5 wheels in mind.

Want to see what riding in Whistler is like?