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#129 Willingdon Linear Park

There’s an exciting new park in Burnaby – Willingdon Linear Park.  This scenic urban trail runs 13 blocks along Willingdon Avenue, from Brentwood Towne Centre to Hastings Street. It has a lighted pathway for pedestrians and cyclists, street furniture…

#140 Canyon to Coast

One day the Canyon to Coast Trail will stretch from Hope to the Salish Sea along 550 km of trails. This section of the trail in Chilliwack parallels the Fraser River and connects two parks: Island 22 to Ferry…

#141 Sumas Dyke Trails

There are many flat and scenic trails to explore on the dykes around the Sumas Prairie. Once a large shallow lake drained in the 1920s, the land now has berry fields and dairy farms. You’ll see views of Taggart…

#68 False Creek + Granville Island

Circle False Creek on the popular Seaside Greenway. The path is separated from cars and fun for cyclists, and pedestrians. Explore Granville Island and shop at the Public Market then take your bike on Aquabus to continue the loop…

#133 Mosquito Creek

The Trans Canada Great Trail follows Mosquito Creek from William Griffin Park and connects to the North Shore Spirit Trail at Bewicke.  Follow the Spirit Trail to Kings Mill Walk for views of Vancouver and lunch at Thomas Haas.…

#53 Portside Bikeway

Follow the Vancouver shoreline on the Portside Bikeway. See the Container Port, tugs and fireboats and enjoy views of the North Shore mountains and the Lions. Explore New Brighton Park’s easy trails and greenways and gardens in Hastings Park.  …

#136 Campbell Valley

  Circle Campbell Valley Park and visit three wineries – Township 7, Domaine de Chaberton and Vista D’Oro. You’ll see meadows, horses and wineries, oh my! The whole loop is 27km, bring a picnic lunch or munch at Chaberton…

Pemberton S – L – O – W Food Cycle ~ 20 Aug 2017

Slow Food Cycle tours are very popular and they are getting better each year with more farms opening their doors and showing us the slow side of food. Pemberton Slow Food Cycle  is the third Sunday in August. What’s Slow…

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…

#143 Arbutus Greenway

Here comes the Arbutus Greenway — a dream come true for Vancouver!  This former railway is now a safe urban space for people to enjoy.  The trail starts near Granville Island and runs 8 km on a paved and…

#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…

#1 Seaside Greenway

What’s Vancouver’s favourite ride? It’s Seaside!  … Seaside Greenway is the most popular bike route in Vancouver. On an easy dedicated bike path separated from cars, the 30km route is safe for riders of all ages and abilities and fun for…

#2 Colony Farm

The city feels far away when you’re cycling the fields of Colony Farm in Port Coquitlam, especially on a sunny day when the mountains are covered in snow.  The whole family can enjoy the trails along the Coquitlam River.…

#3 Fort-to-Fort Trail

Sometimes there’s the perfect ride — this is one of my favourites and the views are spectacular. The route follows the Canada Great Trail through farm fields along the Fraser River to Fort Langley. For a shorter ride start…

#4 Stanley Park

The Stanley Park Seawall is Vancouver’s most famous ride. Dozens of people ride this popular route most days, especially on weekends. Once the kids are confident on their bikes this is a great ride. There’s lots to see and…