Golden Ears Bridge Great Ride


Saturday, July 4th, 2009 — 9:45am PST
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The Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition MEC Great Rides take place once a month from July to October, and not only encourage getting out on a bike but also exploring our beautiful region.

These permanent circular routes take in beautiful country lanes, vibrant city centres and fun local festivals. The rides range from 20km to 50km along quiet roads and dedicated bike routes. Routes are designed for fun and exploration with extensions and shortcuts. [GreatRides.ca]

The first Great Ride of 2009 on July 12th will run between Langley and Maple Ridge, crossing the new Golden Ears Bridge. Riders can choose to start over on the Maple Ridge side, or over in Fort Langley – ending up at the opposite location after a 14-34km fun ride for the entire family. Each destination will have activities and local entertainment and riders can enjoy the sights and sounds of the Caribbean Festival in Maple Ridge which will be underway at that time.


Photo credit: random guy on Flickr

Other rides this season include Pitt Meadows (August 15), Port Coquitlam (September 27th), Bikennale (Downtown, October 4). Tickets for the ride at $15 but you can ave $10 if you sign up for all four at once.

The Vancouver Bicycling Meetup Group has this scheduled and you can read more over on the Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition’s site.

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One comment

  1. Sandy Blue says:

    Hello Rebecca, thanks for posting this information on your site.

    Cyclists will be happy to know that Maple Ridge also has a number of bicycle trails and paths (a map is available on http://www.mapleridge.ca/assets/Default/Parks~and~Leisure~Services/pdfs/Bicycling_maps.pdf). There will also be numerous events happening at Memorial Peace Park in downtown Maple Ridge during the summertime, so cyclists can make a day out of their visit. There’s a full schedule of summer attractions on http://www.mapleridgeweekends.com. We look forward to seeing everyone.
    Keep up the awesome job,

    Sandy Blue

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