Tales from the road
This summer, we started gathering stories about people we’ve met and places we’ve been.
Project gets green light after encouraging trends in COVID-19 fight A group of adventure bicyclists will begin their cross-Canada odyssey to reconnect, restore and rebuild our communities in Victoria, B.C., on May 15, 2021, as planned after assessing recent progress in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. The group is seeking like-minded adventurers to join
Travelling long distances on a bicycle is easier if you have a complete list of must-have items to bring along, and also know what you can live without. Cycle touring veteran Rick McFerrin shows you everything you need to bring on your tour, and also shows you how he likes to pack his panniers for
The COVID-19 pandemic is both a motivator for the 2021 ConnecTour ride and a complication. From week to week, new developments either bring waves of optimism or concern. And yet we are confident enough to move ahead with plans for this year’s ride. As we approach our May 15th departure date for the cross-Canada tour,
Lessons learned on an epic bike-packing trip in 2020 “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you,
OKOTOKS, Alta. – When Todd Martin donated one of his son’s old bikes to a neighbourhood kid who didn’t have one, little did he know what that small act of kindness would amount to. Three years later, he has repaired in his well-equipped garage and donated more than 400 bikes to hundreds of neighbours and
Bike touring has been my favourite way to travel since 1993, when my partner Tanya and I discovered it as an affordable way to visit her dad in New Zealand for a month. Since then, we have logged thousands of kilometres in more than 50 countries. By the time we completed a 14-month family bike