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.
Maple Ridge's Maggie Coles-Lyster took second place overall with a combined time of 2: 06: 20 at the annual Race the Ridge 2013 cycling stage race took place in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows this weekend.
The 14th edition of the Delta Triathlon last Saturday attracted 436 participants of all ages. They swam at the Ladner Leisure Centre before biking and running through the streets of Ladner. More photos on Page 22 and at www.delta-optimist. com.
After flooding and standing water plagued its construction, it was only fitting that soggy conditions put a damper on Saturday's grand opening of the Fraser Valley Regional District's Island 22 bike park.
The first Toonie Race of the year was a muddy success.
To the editor: -- Re: "Viaduct report delayed until June," April 12.
Holly Elementary students raced their version of the Delta Triathlon last Wednesday.
A popular trail running along the Kwikwetlem First Nation reserve is closed to the public.
The simple solution to both the most recent bike path issue and the tearing down of the viaducts is to have a referendum. No amount of public consultation seems to dissuade the Vision team from carrying out whatever plans they feel is right, even if it has a negative impact on the community.
NORTH Shore mountain biking legend Alison Sydor wasn't always a legend.
Re: "Don't crush Viaducts without clear plan," April 10.
Mounties and firefighters will lace up their skates and take to the rink to raise money for pediatric cancer on Thursday.
A bicycle thief who took a $3,500 mountain bike for a test ride - and never came back - has pedalled his way into a 90-day stay in jail.
Back in November, I wrote about my growing fascination with snow biking and hoped to try out this new (to me) version of one of my favourite activities.