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Proof Riding + Proof Reading

 Calling all eyes … Rides are ready to PROOF-READ and PROOF-RIDE Please help find the typos! Thanks to the many riders who have sent ideas, corrections, and suggestions to date. The book is coming along nicely … planning to print this year!  Click…

#177 Cycling the Evergreen Skytrain Line

Bring your bike out to the TriCities on the Evergreen Line! The long awaited, much anticipated Skytrain line to Coquitlam is open. Now you can ride from station to station and eliminate some of the Coquitlam and Port Moody…

#152 Coquitlam Crosstown

Commuters will love this west to east route across Coquitlam from Burnaby to Port Coquitlam. It’s mostly flat on shared roads and some bikeways. Ready to PROOF-RIDE & PROOF-READ Link to Printable Map – 152 COQUITLAM CROSSTOWN 2018-01-29…

#5 Seymour Valley

Ride in the Seymour Lower Conservation Reserve on an easy car-free multi-use trail rolling through the forest to the Seymour Dam. A great ride on a hot summer’s day under the canopy of hundred-year-old trees. Bring a picnic and…

#12 Ridge Meadows Circle

Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge are made for cycling. The full circle is mostly on dyke trails and passes cranberry fields, three rivers, an airport, pumpkin patches and so much more!  You might spot eagles, herons, and horses along…

#33 Burrard Inlet Trails

There’s a nice thread of trails along Burrard Inlet from Port Moody to Burnaby.  With map in hand we set out to cycl-e-xplore. Hope you enjoy it, too!   Ready to PROOF-RIDE & PROOF-READ Link to Printable Map 033 BARNET TRAILS…

#56 Nicomekl River

The Nicomekl River starts from a spring east of Langley and meanders 34km west to Mud Bay near Crescent Beach. Today we’re exploring Langley’s Flood Plain Trail and making a loop of a few nature trails in the area. I love the name…

#65 Ladner Loop-de-Loop!

Ladner is a cyclist’s dream…flat…scenic…and fun! Visit the quaint town of Ladner, explore many trails — Brunswick Point, Great Blue Heron Way, through Tsawwassen and Beach Grove onto Boundary Bay Dyke Trail, then return via 64th = a super…

#66 Bike The Bridge!

Explore the Convention Center, a Secret Tunnel and Crab Park for a peek at the container port, cruise ships helijet, and fireboat, then hop on the Seabus to Lonsdale Quay. Ride North Shore Spirit Trail, over Lions Gate Bridge…

#69 Discovery Trail

The Discovery Trail winds from park to park from the west side of  Abbotsford to Sumas Mountain. It’s especially nice in the fall with views of Mt Baker. There are two sections to the trail, West and East. Start…

#70 Fraser Loop

Explore the shores of the Fraser River on this loop. The route is flat with varied terrain, a mix of easy park trails and bikeways and busy road sections with no bike lanes.  Start in Burnaby from the 22nd…

#71 Abbotsford Roller Coaster

This is an undulating ride and you’ll see why we call it Roller Coaster when you Wahoo! down Olund hill.  It’s 45km of ups and downs, but mostly downs, and is one of our favourite rides.   Ready to…

#72 Burnaby Scenic + Adanac Bikeway Loop

Enjoy this scenic loop on Burrard Inlet, around the city and along Adanac Bikeway. Start from Vancouver or Burnaby; either way it’s a great route. You’ll see the inlet, North Shore Mountains, Port of Vancouver, Strathcona and East Vancouver.…

#73 Point Roberts Circle

There’s something very satisfying about a circle ride and Point Roberts is perfect for this. This tiny bit of the seaside USA lies just south of Vancouver — a quick drive away. The route rounds the penninsula and there’s lots to…

#74 West Van Exploring

Come and explore West Vancouver.  This ride starts at Ambleside Park and hugs the shore as much as possible, It’s a winding meander of West Van’s shoreline parks: Caulfield Park, Lighthouse Park, Whytecliff Park and Horseshoe Bay. You’ll ride…