Bikes, gear, bike lanes, maintanence, politics and love notes—Granville Online's guide to everything cycling in Vancouver
The ongoing debate about what's needed to move Vancouver cycling ahead.
Scroll through our gift guide for sure-fire ways to impress your favourite bicyclist.
From dirt-cheap to insanely expensive, there's a bike for every cyclist.
No need to decommission the bike just because its raining...
Before you roll through the puddle-ridden streets of Raincity, be sure to follow these tips.
City seeks public input on new separated bike lane along Hornby Street downtown.
City approves permanent Burrard Bridge bike lane on heels of million-trip milestone.
Do you feel safe biking with your kids on Vancouver's streets?
They may muss your hair, but the numbers show helmets save lives.
Sure, Our Community Bikes on Vancouver's Main Street will fix your broken ride. But they'll also teach you how to do it yourself.
Join fellow Vancouverites for the fourth annual Bike to Work Week.
Vancouver's adding 55 kilometres of new bike lanes by 2011... and so much more. Chris Keam reports.
Vancouver Councillor Geoff Meggs’s bike accident coincides with the opening of the new protected bike lane into downtown.
Assessing the changes to Vancouver commuter cycling over the past year and forecasting the region’s two-wheeled future.
The standard in outdoor gear, cooperatively owned MEC now sells bikes.
Would a public bike share program work in Vancouver?
A rush hour showdown to see who can reach downtown first.
New to fall cycling and looking for support? First stop: VACC.
... and to love it! Four experienced bike commuters explain why they lo-oove bike commuting.
To ride or not to ride—the Vancouver cyclist's daily dilemma during the foul-weather months of fall and winter.
Join the discussion as we look at the bike movement in Vancouver and whether CM's monthly protest ride is still necessary
These Vancouver day trips are accessible by public transit and bicycle.
Bike infrastructure complements EcoDensity, while car infrastructure generally facilitates urban sprawl
Take a spin through this audio slideshow of June's Critical Mass ride
How the Burrard Bridge trial bike lane increases city livability and sustainability
Exhibit on Vancouver bike culture explores our passion for pedaling
A quick-'n-dirty video tutorial on cleaning and lubing your bike chain.
What does your bike say about you?
Photo: Flickr / John Luton
Bike lane trial set to begin in third week of June
BCAA now offering service to its two-wheeled members
Bike commuting along Vancouver’s bike paths inspires a "love list"...
Encouraging officewide bike commuting requires: a safe parking spot and... a shower?
Leave the car at home, pull out your bike and gear up!
Flickr / Koguro
Guy Dauncey's futuristic tale looks at zero-emission city transportation
Flickr / Garry Knight
Health, stress-relief, the environment, cost... polyester?
Courtesy Tina Hahn
Catch Tales of a Yellow Bike at the Projecting Change Film Festival
Could the URB21 ease (or intensify) the tensions between drivers and cyclists?
New concept car designed may give 21 Jump Streeters the edge
A sleek Euro-style rickshaw is set to take Vancouverites for a ride
Did you know that bikes are now allowed on buses, SkyTrain, SeaBus and the West Coast Express during weekdays?
In Vancouver you are what you ride. What does your bike say about you?
Copenhagenizing Vancouver's streets
What are the odds web coordinator Paola will ride her bike home?
Resort communities are realizing that the next big tourist cash cow is mountain biking (via BC Business magazine)
Imagine pedaling in time to the chorus of songbirds, zipping past traffic.
Wipe the cobwebs off that old bike in the garage and give it to someone who’ll use it with the Pedal Energy Development Alternatives (PEDAL) free-bike program.