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Conceptual Framework for Community-Based Mountain Bike Tourism Development

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  • The growth in mountain bike tourism development continues to build critical mass in British Columbia with collaborative efforts between mountain bike and community stakeholders using mountain bike tourism to grow and manage positive social, cultural, environmental, and economic outcomes, however; formal research into community mountain bike tourism development is still in its infancy. Utilization of the proposed Conceptual Framework for Community-Based Mountain Bike Tourism Development may assist communities and stakeholders to more effectively execute a successful planning strategy while assisting future researchers to delve further into analysis of the role of Critical Success Factors and the Conceptual Framework.

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  1. 1. Conceptual Framework for Community-Based Mountain Bike Tourism Development Contingent Factors •Partnerships •Trails inventory, (Community, (Emerging Clusters) Profile of trail use, Government, First Trail access & Nations), Community design for various Physical Authorized trails, Champions / levels of riders Promotion of Geography / Stakeholders benefits, Terrain / / Political Economic impact Trails analysis Will Funding •Land access, Trail standards Legislation / Sources •Economic Regulatory (Public / development (sustainable Frameworks Private / In- corporations, practices), Liability Public sector, mitigation, Kind) Private corps, Insurance Stakeholders, Clubs/Volunteers •Trail •Infrastructure, management, Bike friendly Community businesses & education and Mountain partnerships Infrastructure training Bike Clubs / (experiences / Amenities / Schools / Supporting packaging), Camps / Signage, Maps Services Programs •Identify target markets, Media Mountain relations, Package Destination Bike Culture •Social media, & promote Marketing / Community / Lifestyle / experiences, Web Management health, Sport presence, Identify Events tourism (growing marketing participation in partnerships Non-Contingent Factors events) (Maturing Clusters) Innovation / Outlier Strategies / Alternative Factors and Approaches i.e.: Social media to facilitate collaboration amongst Community Champions / Stakeholders; Terrain developed in a variety of environments: Hartland Landfill (www.simbs.com), Community Pumptrack / Dirtjump Parks (www.hoots.ca/projects), Ray’s Indoor MTB Parks (www.raysmtb.com)

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