Crankworx – Meet two of the local contenders
Gibbons Life is a proud sponsor of Crankworx. We love to see the legends, rising stars, industry innovators and the next generation of mountain bike riders gathering in Whistler for a 10-day wheel fueled spectacle.We had the honor of touching base with two local riders before they start the festivities, check out what they're up to as Crankworx rolls into town...POSTED BY · Gibbons Whistler
Whistler Rugby League: Who are the Whistler Wildcats?
On Saturday, July 12 the Whistler Wildcats played their second game of the summer against the Coastal Cougars from North Vancouver at Whistler Secondary School in Alpine. With temperatures in the mid thirties the game started fast and furious with both teams giving little away. The Wildcats were out a few players due to injuries and it showed with some of the pacier Cougars finding gaps...POSTED BY · Gibbons Whistler
Lama Marut: Self Help Through Selflessness
On July 11, 2014 Whistler is welcoming spiritual director, Lama Marut, to its beautiful public library. His talk entitled I Am Because You Are: Personal Identity Within Community calls for a revolution in the way we look at our lives, suggesting that through selflessness we'll find a much greater reward than unbridled egoism.POSTED BY · Gibbons Whistler
Q & A with ZEP Techniques Mountain Bike Guru Paul Howard
We touch base with mountain bike instructor and athlete, Paul Howard, on why he loves biking in Whistler so much - as if we had to ask...POSTED BY · Gibbons Whistler
The Story of Odd Shaped Balls in Whistler
Whistler has a seemingly odd affiliation with rugby, and more recently touch rugby. Given the fact most Canadians have no idea what touch rugby even is, and that Whistler has only one actual rugby-pitch - it's been a labour of love for those involved.POSTED BY · Gibbons Whistler
What the Hell Is a Whistler Art Throw Down?
The Whistler 'Art Throw-Down' series enlists eight artists to create a piece of work live on stage within 30 minutes with a crowd of people cheering them on. The evening is split into two rounds with the winners of both battling to be crowned 'King or Queen of Canvas'. It's the audiences votes that count, so while the DJ rips out the tunes the artists aim to impress.POSTED BY · Gibbons Whistler