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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…

#114 The Drive

Tour East Van and visit The Drive via Union-Adanac Bikeway. There are breweries to visit, murals to see along the route, and restaurants and shops on Commercial Drive. Add on a loop through Strathcona and Chinatown. At the end…

#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…

#145 Friesens Loop

White Rock isn’t all hills … there are many flat routes and the locals know them!  Follow the Friesens through White Rock and stop for lunch in Crescent Beach!  You’ll see ocean views and grand houses along the way.…

#137 South Surrey Trails

There are many parks to explore in South Surrey.  Start at Elgin Park, follow the Nicomekl River shoreline, ride the historic Semiahmoo trail, circle Southmere Park lakes, wind through Dogwood Park trails, Crescent Park, see Blackie Spit and Crescent…

#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.…

#89 Southlands

You can feel miles from the city in Vancouver’s Southlands neighbourhood, a rural area near UBC and the Musqueam Nation. Start from Pacific Spirit Park, explore wooded trails, visit the Musqueam Cultural Center and see the Southlands Equestrian Center.…

#138 Crosstown Greenway

Zip through New Westminster on this signed route through quiet neighbourhoods. From 22nd Skytrain to Braid Station you’ll see many historic houses on the 7th Avenue bikeway.  Ride through Moody Park, stop in at Queens Park, explore Sapperton and…

#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.  …

#104 Burnaby Lakes + Creeks

One of my favourite routes in the Lakes area! Explore Deer Lake and Burnaby Lake on this easy ride. Accessible by Skytrain or the Central Valley Greenway, the route circles Burnaby’s two largest lakes. Ready to PROOF-RIDE & PROOF-READ…

#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…

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Rides for a Hot Summer’s Day

  It’s been a long, hot and smoky summer in Vancouver and sometimes it’s hard to find a shady ride.  Here’s a list of the ‘coolest’ rides in town: #3 Fort to Fort Trail #5 Seymour Valley #7 Shoreline…

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Q to Q Ferry

Come out and try the new ferry from New Westminster Quayside to Queensborough. From Aug 4 to Sept 24, the ferry will run Friday evenings, Saturdays, Sundays, and holiday Mondays. Read more here Q to Q Ferry Enjoy the #47 Queensborough,…