A Vancouver Foodie Tour on Two Wheels

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Want to indulge in Vancouver’s award-winning foodie scene but worried about your waistline?

We may have the solution.

A local tour company called Cycle City Tours is offering a unique bicycle-based tour of the city’s culinary highlights. So now you can indulge in Vancouver’s famous street food, fresh, local cuisine and ethnic delights and work off a few calories at the same time.

After picking up your bike near 1000-acre Stanley Park, pedal your way toward the glass and steel high-rises of Vancouver’s downtown. Sample some street eats, while your guide points out sites in the busy business district.

Next, mount up for a ride over the Art Deco Burrard Street Bridge and onto Granville Island, a culinary paradise best known for its bustling Public Market. Dozens of vendors sell fresh local fruits and veggies, artisan chocolates and baked goods, savory sausages and more.

Finally, whiz through the trendy Yaletown warehouse district and into historic Chinatown, home to traditional markets and herbalists, as well as some of the most authentic dim sum this side of Beijing.

Cycle City’s Food Tour is $99 and departs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p.m. For more information, check out the website .

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