BIKEnnale – Bike Ride To Vancouver’s Biennale Sculptures

Sorel Etrog's King & Queen, part of the sculpture exhibit  Vancouver International Biennale.

Sorel Etrog's King & Queen, part of the sculpture exhibit Vancouver International Biennale.

Bringing art to the outdoors, the Vancouver International Biennale has created a free, 22-month open-air sculpture exhibition, displaying work from some of the world’s most famous artists in natural settings throughout Vancouver.

What’s the best way to take in this stirring combination of art and natural beauty? A bike tour, of course!

This Sunday, October 4, cyclists and art lovers can tour the Biennale exhibits in the BIKEnnale, a bike tour led by MEC Great Rides. BIKEnnale riders will cycle their way through some of Vancouver’s most famous scenic spots, from Vanier Park to Gastown, through Vancouver’s West End and along the Seawall—admiring the innovative, monumental sculptures along the way.

 Yue Minjun's A-Mazing Laughter near English Bay Beach.  Photo by Scott Vrooman.

Yue Minjun's A-Mazing Laughter near English Bay Beach. Photo by Scott Vrooman.

Register for the BIKEnnale online before 12pm, October 3, or in person at Vanier Park on October 4.

Can’t make the BIKEnnale? Tour the Biennale’s amazing sculptures yourself!

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