Like your friends cheering you on down a scary rock roll, we have awesome sponsors and partners that are helping us make this race happen.




One of the few things radder than a women's enduro is an entire bike company dedicated to getting women on bikes.


These expert guides will take you on an adventure of a lifetime in the South Chilcotin mountains. Partnering with Sweet Skills, they also offer women’s only fly and bike camps.

Horby Organic

Packed with a balanced of organic whole food ingredients, these gluten-free bars from the Comox valley will fuel your ride and keep you shredding.


Stay classy.


Innovative bikes and components designed with heightened sense of detail and creativity for function, performance and beauty.

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Ecologically-sound and socially-conscious kombucha.

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A welcoming and inclusive space for the diverse and evolving community of Pemberton to practice and gather.


One of the artists behind your new favourite T shirt. And if you’re fast enough, you’ll get a custom trophy.


Keeping your eyes in tack.



Distilling Pemberton potatoes into the world's only organic potato Vodka, Gin, Absinthe, Schnaps and Liqueur. Yum.

Get your bike skills sweetened with women's small-group mountain bike coaching and backcountry adventures based out of Pemberton.


The mastermind and creator of the live screen printing station and one of the artists behind your new favourite tee.

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Working collaboratively with local and regional farmers, the professional chefs of the Collective Kitchen brings the quality of the finest restaurants in the world to your special event.

Wanna know how fast you rode? These guys from Squamish will tell you.

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Fuelling your life with coffee, treats, and delicious meals.



Pemberton’s trail association; grooming and keeping all that sweet single track oh so tasty.


Your friendly local mountain bike association. Supporting all of the Pemberton mountain bike community with fun events and opportunities.

Hopefully the only time you’ll be seeing these heroes will be when you’re thanking them for their first aid work on course. Click the logo above to donate to this volunteer organization that helps keep people safe in unfortunate backcountry situations.