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Take a day trip to the epicenter of both the American Revolution and one of the first major American literary and philosophical movements. Oh, and did we mention there's swimming and ice cream? The ride is 24 miles round trip (with outbound train ride) or 38 miles round trip (few hills outbound), so plan for a picnic!
This is an easy, flat, mostly on bike-trail ride that takes you from one body of water to another by way of Seattle's favorite green plant, the hop.
Every city has a creative soul, and Vancouver is no exception. Each year, the city unveils new additions to the Biennale, and those, along with independent artists displaying their work, became staples in the Vancouver landscape. Take a ride along our beautiful bikeways and Seawall and see just some of the work that makes this city a beautiful place to live!
Montrealers call it “the mountain.” Really it’s a big hill, and no trip to Montreal would be complete without making it up the city’s famous icon through one of its loveliest parks. Our favorite way of getting up there is of course by bike, along the wide gravel path through the park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted (the same Olmsted who designed New York City’s Central Park).
Inspiring two wheeled tourism in North America's best biking cities!
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