And so here ends another summer, with two weeks of the season left in Whistler, it’s time to wave goodbye to dry, dusty trails for another year, before dark nights set it. But it’s not all doom and gloom, get out and grab as much riding as you can before winter sets in. Part four of the ‘Force of Nature’ series from Whistler Bike Park and GoldStein Productions is here ‘Surviving a Force of Nature’
Team Riders in Video : Tristan Merrick, Peter Matthews and James McSkimming.
There are only 15 days left before the Whistler Mountain Bike Park closes and summer can be announced officially over. What started out with 151 days of riding and endless summer nights, the last two weeks of the season are now upon us and winter is on the horizon. But don’t let the gloomy window of colder temperatures get in your way. Some of the best conditions are still with us. Get out and make the most of it because May 2014 is a long ways away. Whistler Mountain Bike Park closes for the season on October 14, 2013. 64 days until winter opening of Whistler Blackcomb