2015 BlackSheep MTB Club Membership & Race Fees

Early Bird Membership Fees
BEFORE April 15,2015
Early Bird Membership Fees BEFORE April 15,2015:
  • Student (18 and under) $26
  • Adult                           $71
  • Couple                        $92
  • Pay-As-You-Go            $16


  • Membership Fees AFTER April 15,2015:
  • Student (18 and under) $36
  • Adult                           $91
  • Couple                        $112
  • Pay-As-You-Go            $16
*An additional, mandatory OCA insurance fee of $39.00 per rider will be added to every membership as part of the online registration process.
If you are a licensed rider or a member of Thunder Bay Cycling Club or any OCA affiliated club , the online registration will provide an option to waive the $39 OCA fee”
**For any riders that are planning to participate in this weekend’s fat bike race please take note that we are trying our best to get the online registration open ASAP.  Please check back regularly.  We will also post to the website and Facebook as soon as the website is live. Thank you for your patience!

Province of Ontario Trails Survey!

Province of Ontario Trails Survey:

“The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport has commissioned an online survey requesting information from trail users (and non-users) to help them better understand the importance of trails and their development. The contributions of trails to tourism, recreation, and their economic benefits will be assessed, thereby providing a better platform for where future trail investment should occur.”

Click the link to give your input!


Trail Development

Hello Blacksheep! Has the cold and snow got you thinking about digging in the dirt? Interested in getting more involved with building mountain bike trails?

Your Blacksheep executive includes a Trail Development Committee that meets throughout the winter to plan projects for the club Trail Development Days and submit them to the City of Thunder Bay for review and approval. All trail work in the Shuniah Mines area requires approval from the City of Thunder Bay as the trail network is within City Parks.

If you’re interested in building and maintaining trails through the summer months and want to be part of the planning process then drop us a note at


Thunder Bay, Ontario