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Tell Esquimalt Council: Build the Lampson St Bike Lane!

Posted by on Mar 15, 2021 in Advocacy, Featured, News | 7 comments

Esquimalt Council is meeting Tuesday March 16 @ 6pm to discuss the 2021 budget, including a proposal to delay building bike lanes on Lampson street. This is the second year in a row they have done so, and it’s critical you write to council asking they fund the bike lanes

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Have your say on bike routes in James Bay

Posted by on Mar 15, 2021 in Advocacy, Featured, News | 5 comments

The City of Victoria has begun consultations on several All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling routes for the James Bay. When it comes to route route options, James Bay is probably the most changed neighbourhood in the city, hence the delay. Read on for some history and our thoughts.

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VicPD bike registration transitions to 529 Garage

Posted by on Mar 12, 2021 in Advocacy, Featured | Comments Off on VicPD bike registration transitions to 529 Garage

As bike riders, we are all concerned about keeping our bikes secure. One terrific way to deter theft is to register your bike to deter thieves and to help police to return your bike if it’s ever recovered.VicPD has recently decided to switch over from their current register to 529 Garage. For riders who have registered bikes with the VicPD, you will need to re-register your bikes with Project529.

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Help make North Saanich’s Active Transportation Plan work for all ages and abilities

Posted by on Feb 7, 2021 in Advocacy | Comments Off on Help make North Saanich’s Active Transportation Plan work for all ages and abilities

North Saanich is working on a new Active Transportation plan and although a good step forward, it needs work to make sure that a true All Ages and Abilities bikeway network is built, both by better defining the network and what bikeway types are truly AAA.

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Support a lit & separated Goose & Lochside

Posted by on Jan 26, 2021 in Advocacy, Featured | 11 comments

The CRD has released a report outlining plans to widen the most used and congested sections of the Lochside and Galloping Goose Trails, from Selkirk Trestle to the Mckenzie Interchange on the Goose and Mckenzie Ave by Borden St on Lochside. Lighting will also be added as part of this project. Read on for how to support this important project

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First(ish) Ride: Dallas Rd Trail

Posted by on Dec 21, 2020 in Advocacy, First Ride | 1 comment

We are a little bit late with this, but given today’s rain we figured a few pictures of the sun from earlier last month is not a bad thing. So here are some photos from the Dallas Rd trail and protected bike lane.

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