About Us

Mission Statement
The Purcell Mountain Bike School is a registered non-profit society dedicated to promoting the sport of mountain biking through quality instruction.

Who Runs It
We are managed and operated by Byron Grey, star of the original Outdoor Life network series "Drop In" and the films "2nd Coming", "Riders Anonymous", and "Self Titled" by MPF. Byron is assisted in his duties by Becca Wright, local and celebrity coaches, and four other board members.

Coaches are CMIC, NCCP, Keiser, and first aid certified with years of mountain bike experience to help you reach your personal goals or just have fun.

We have the ability to cater to downhillers with chairlift access and terrain suitable for beginner to expert riders. X-country riders aren't forgotten as we have access to hundreds of kilometres of rolling double and single track that will give you the experience you are looking for. You want dirt jumps and "North Shore" style riding? Just come on out and join the ride. We even offer indoor cycling classes to keep you fit and riding year round.

We are situated in beautiful south eastern British Columbia. Depending on your program choice, we meet at Rob's Bicycle Works or David Thompson Secondary School in Invermere. In the summer we move up to Panorama Mountain Village. All are nestled in the Columbia Valley.