Bike to Work Week 2012 runs May 28th to June 1st as individuals are encouraged to leave their cars at home and pedal to the office. It’s an opportunity to start up a workplace team, get some exercise, explore new routes to work, and enjoy community bike events. With gas prices hitting extreme highs, it […]
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Cycling all 8.9 kilometers of the Stanley Park Sea Wall is just the thing to do when you visit or live in Vancouver. Cyclists on one side, pedestrians on another, rotating in counter-clockwise fashion. Tandems, unicycles (we caught a few of these the other day), cruisers, mountain bikes, and rollerbladers who hover somewhere in the […]
Hot on the heels of my post about a poutine crawl around Vancouver, you can follow up with dessert at the Cupcake Bike Ride. What Join others as you cycle from one cupcake shop to another around Vancouver When Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 1:00pm Cost None for the ride itself but you can purchase […]
Whether you take to the trails, the sea wall, or the specified road lanes, there’s no denying that Vancouver is a bicycle town. From heavy duty shock absorbers to fixies and colourful cruisers, bikes pepper our urban landscape and are a large part of life in this city. As such, this week’s theme from the […]
Kokanee Crankworx starts today in Whistler and will run clear through next weekend. It’s the nation’s ultimate mountain biking event with the Whistler Mountain Bike Park taking centre stage for all the action. Be on the lookout for the Kokanee-stealing sasquatch Kokanee Crankworx has become the authoritative free ride festival, a supercharged magnet for the […]
June is bike month in Vancouver and as a result the Velopalooza festival is hosting weeks of events and themed bike rides around the city. Cadbury’s Bicycle Factory campaign and I will be hosting an event tomorrow night that will feature a screening of the documentary “Wheels of Change”. What A documentary about the difference […]