Monday, May 28, 2012

It's time to ride!!

If you have not yet hit the roadways and pathways of the regions on your bike, here are a few photos to get you in the mood. All were taken in Vancouver over the gloriously sunny last weekend.
If you don't know it already, Vancouver enjoys a wonderful network of traffic-calmed residential streets and dedicated pathways that make it a very safe and enjoyable city to ride.
To direct your urban cycling adventures, I would recommend you get the "Bike Vancouver - Bicycle route map and info guide". It is a credit-card sized foldout map detailing the entire cycling network for Vancouver city. It is available at the bike repair desk at the Mountain Equipment Co-op  on West Broadway Avenue (among other places).

Stanley Park Seawall at Coal Harbour.
Remember, bikes go counter-clockwise around the park

10th Avenue Bikeway. Great riding!
Stanley Park Seawall bikeway at Siwash Rock.

Glorious treelined street (perhaps 7th Avenue) Kitsilano. 
Doesn't get much nicer!

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