Vancouver’s Nighttime Bike Parade is Back: Bike the Night September 7th

A cyclist rides a bike covered in twinkle lights at the Bike the Night event in Vancouver, BC

Photo credit: Simon Yoon, HUBCycling Facebook Page

Grab your helmet and brightest lights: Bike the Night, Vancouver’s largest nighttime bike parade returns on Saturday, September 7th. 5,000 cyclists will bike through Vancouver’s streets decked out in costumes and lights. The 10-kilometre-long route around False Creek will be closed to cars. It’s flat and easy riding, perfect for families and cyclists of all abilities.

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Vancouver’s Nighttime Bike Parade is Back: Bike the Night September 7th

Easy Bike Rides Around Vancouver

A group of cyclists on the seawall in Vancouver's Stanley Park.

Cycling on the Seawall in Stanley Park. Photo credit: Tourism Vancouver / Coast Mountain Photography

One of the best ways to see Vancouver is from the seat of a bike. Vancouver is a very bike-friendly city with kilometers of dedicated cycling paths and lanes. As a long-time Vancouver resident and cyclist, here are some of my favourite local bike routes. You can ride beside the ocean, through the forest or explore one of Vancouver’s unique neighbourhoods.

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Easy Bike Rides Around Vancouver

These are a few of my favourite things – Spring in Vancouver

Spring in Vancouver Photo: Rob Weiss

“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.” Perhaps Maria, from The Sound of Music missed Vancouver in the spring? Personally, I would suggest spring in our fair city is chock a block full of favourite things. Like a blank canvas waiting for paint, Vancouver evolves out of the grey, dark, misty winter with a blast of colour. As we celebrate the well earned, and yearned for, first day of spring, I would like to share with you a list of my favourite things.

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These are a few of my favourite things – Spring in Vancouver