It is Father's Day this Sunday and there are plenty of events in the city to enjoy with dad, from art exhibits to a Father's Day walk/run.
This map shows a portion of the 2013 North Shore Bike Map presented by a group called HUB. HUB is a charitable non-profit group, with a goal to "make cycling better through education, action and events," as described in a recent press release.
It may not be a road, but it's the first bike path to make B.C. Automobile Association's annual Worst Roads survey.
I was returning home on a beautiful sunny day by bicycle after attending the Annual Island City Bike Tour when you almost ran me over in the crosswalk.
Re: City's game of Dic, Dac, Dough, Letters, The Record, June 7.
Coquitlam's Sandra Walter has made quick time in the Canada Cup cross-country mountain biking series so far.
Longtime Local Ride Bike Shop staffer and Local Ride Racing road cycling team member Sandra Walter of Coquitlam is well on her way to defending her elite women’s overall Canada Cup cross-country mountain biking series title after she charged to victory at the Canada Cup opener in Mt-Tremblant, Que, on May 18 and again on May 25 at the second round in Baie-St-Paul, Que.
I hope you are finding this present series thought provoking. I know this study is giving me a deeper appreciation for the vast opportunity all sport fishers have in sharing the fisheries of our province. Now before I get in another completely different direction let’s get on with this week’s sub category, bank fishing.
Car Free Day Vancouver has evolved into a community-driven project far beyond at least one organizer's dreams.
Perhaps the title of this letter should be used in place of the city's present "Take The Challenge Bike, Bus or Carpool." I say this as one of the regular cyclists who navigate the windy and hilly Promontory Road to work and home.
Grade 4 students at Lynn Valley elementary recently participated in a Ride Your Bike to School Week program, which featured a bike rodeo. During the rodeo, instructors from Escape Adventures offered students safety and ride tips. The week also included RCMP and bike technicians helping with bike safety checks, among other activities. At one time during the week, there were 120 bikes lined up against the school fence. Scan the photo below to watch a video of the bike rodeo.
Some of Dora Ho's most distinct memories with her mother were in the kitchen.
To the editor: -- Re: "Changes coming to Pt. Grey Road," May 3.
There's a new bike gang in town. But don't worry, this one is made up of grade schoolers who want to wheel up and down the city's steep terrain with a group of like-minded riders.
A local bicycle group thinks they can help the District of West Vancouver with the difficult and sometimes controversial problem of how to revitalize the Ambleside area.
IT'S business as usual for District of North Vancouver longboarders after a contentious council debate ended with an endorsement of the status quo Monday.
FRESH off the school year, Capilano University student Kilderic Moroy has forgone rest and relaxation, instead he's decided to hop on his bike to cycle across the country in a quest to inspire people to join him in making positive environmental change.
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It's been less than a year since Rudy Pospisil returned from his 9,600 km cycling journey and already he's preparing for his next trip - this time heading across the Atlantic to bike his way through Europe.