The annual Bike the Blossoms Ride in Vancouver, BC is coming soon!
Bike the Blossoms in Vancouver is organized by Velopalooza and the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival.
The Bike the Blossoms Ride offers the opportunity to cycle along a well-marked route, enjoying the new cherry blossoms, in the company of many other relaxed and happy cyclists. Sign up on Saturday 29 April, at 10.00 a.m. The Bike the Blossoms Ride starts from 11 a.m., with the departure point at the south side of John Hendry Park (Trout Lake), 3300 Victoria Drive (@ E 19th Ave., close to Lakewood Dr.).
Note that Bike the Blossoms is not a bike race. You can start when you want and stop when you want. Participation is free. When we do it we love to stop along the way for lunch and coffee. Bike the Blossoms is about the journey, not the destination!
Bear in mind that the date is subject to change by Nature – so keep an eye on Velapalooza’s web site. This year Pop-Up City Hall and Project 529 will be on-site to help participants with anti-bike-theft measures, making it harder for thieves to steal your bikes and easier to get them back if stolen! Check the website for more details, and an app you can download.
Here is a map of last year’s event, to give you an idea of what to expect.
Don’t forget – Bike the Blossoms 2017 in Vancouver for a relaxed, fun ride! Saturday 29 April, at 10.00 a.m.
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