Cycling

Maggie Coles-Lyster (UCI Track Champions League/Special to The News)

Lower Mainland cyclist snags bronze at 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games

Next event for Maggie Coles-Lyster is on Sunday, Aug. 7

 

A cyclist was hit by a car at King George Boulevard and 102 Avenue just before 5 p.m. Monday. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)
A cyclist was hit by a car at King George Boulevard and 102 Avenue just before 5 p.m. Monday. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)

Surrey cyclist thrown after being hit by car at King George and 102 Avenue

Cyclist sustained serious head injury, treated by paramedics before transport to hospital

 

A B.C. cyclist was awarded $261,000 in damages after getting struck by a driver	in 2015. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

B.C. cyclist injured after driver turned right on red awarded $261K

James Christopher Rouse says he can no longer bike due to anxiety

 

(Photo - Third Space Charity/Contributed)

West Kelowna resident cycling across B.C. for mental health awareness

Biffart’s journey started on June 5 and he aims to be done on the 21st

(Photo - Third Space Charity/Contributed)
Cyclists make their way down the REV — Reseau Express Velo — on St-Denis Street during the morning commute in Montreal on Thursday, June 2, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

As gas prices spike, Montreal’s bike culture seen as model for rest of the country

City boasts network of bike lanes that are protected from the rest of the street

Cyclists make their way down the REV — Reseau Express Velo — on St-Denis Street during the morning commute in Montreal on Thursday, June 2, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson
Adam Hoerdt is seen with his bicycle and caravan Thursday morning in Fairfield. The second leg of his cross-Canada cycling fundraiser for ARVC will take three months and is tasked with raising $75,000 for an electrophysiologist fellowship in Toronto. (Evert Lindquist/News Staff)

Cross-Canada journey launches from Victoria for under-researched heart condition

Man who lost wife to ARVC hopes to raise $75,000 with second three-month leg of cycling trek

Adam Hoerdt is seen with his bicycle and caravan Thursday morning in Fairfield. The second leg of his cross-Canada cycling fundraiser for ARVC will take three months and is tasked with raising $75,000 for an electrophysiologist fellowship in Toronto. (Evert Lindquist/News Staff)
Jacinta D’Andrea is inviting everyone to participate in Go By Bike Week, May 30 to June 5. She said it’s an opportunity to make a difference in the community’s air quality, get some exercise and just have fun. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Park the car and use active transportation instead May 30 to June 5

Spring Go By Bike Week encourages active transportation, raises awareness of need for infrastructure

Jacinta D’Andrea is inviting everyone to participate in Go By Bike Week, May 30 to June 5. She said it’s an opportunity to make a difference in the community’s air quality, get some exercise and just have fun. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Remi Vande Weghe and his dog Maya were setting out for Dog Creek on April 30, 2022 from Williams Lake, as part of a tour through western Canada back home to Quebec. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Bicycle tourist rides through B.C. with his dog en route back to Quebec

Remy Vande Weghe is taking his dog Maya for a very long ride

Remi Vande Weghe and his dog Maya were setting out for Dog Creek on April 30, 2022 from Williams Lake, as part of a tour through western Canada back home to Quebec. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Maple Ridge City Hall is seeking public input on a concept plan for the new bike skills park. (Special to The News)

New Maple Ridge bike park will honour victim of 2017 Vegas mass shooting

Parents of Jordan McIldoon will memorialize their son with donation

Maple Ridge City Hall is seeking public input on a concept plan for the new bike skills park. (Special to The News)
An RCMP shoulder badge. (Black Press Media files)

Collision of bicycle, Langley RCMP vehicle now under IIO review

A man taken to hospital under the Mental Health Act was injured

An RCMP shoulder badge. (Black Press Media files)
(File photo/Black Press Media)

B.C. kids in grades 4-5 learn new skills in cycling safety

Everyone Rides Grades 4-5 teachings things such as helmet safety and hand signals

(File photo/Black Press Media)
For a third straight year, the Tour de White Rock – and BC Superweek cycling series in its entirety – has been cancelled. (Scott Robarts/BC Superweek photo)

Tour de White Rock cancelled for third straight summer

BC Superweek organizers announce intentions for series to return in 2023

For a third straight year, the Tour de White Rock – and BC Superweek cycling series in its entirety – has been cancelled. (Scott Robarts/BC Superweek photo)
Joe Viel, manager of Cloverdale Community Cycles, works on a bike March 18. The community bike shop will hold its second annual bike sale April 2. Cloverdale Community Cycles is located directly behind Pacific Community Church at 5337 180 Street. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Community Cycles to hold new and used bike sale April 2

Repair shop selling wide range of bikes for both kids and adults

Joe Viel, manager of Cloverdale Community Cycles, works on a bike March 18. The community bike shop will hold its second annual bike sale April 2. Cloverdale Community Cycles is located directly behind Pacific Community Church at 5337 180 Street. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Women race in the 2019 Tour de Delta North Delta criterium the evening of Friday, July 5. (Chris Relke photo)

City cancels 2022 Tour de Delta

The event’s cost, logistical challenges and the tight planning timeline factors in council’s decision

Women race in the 2019 Tour de Delta North Delta criterium the evening of Friday, July 5. (Chris Relke photo)
Women race in the 2019 Tour de Delta North Delta criterium the evening of Friday, July 5. (Chris Relke photo)

City reviewing options for hosting Tour de Delta in 2022

Report to council says modifying event to focus on two criterium races, forgo road race, may be best

Women race in the 2019 Tour de Delta North Delta criterium the evening of Friday, July 5. (Chris Relke photo)
Emma Hinze of Germany, center, shows her gold medal with Kelsey Mitchell of Canada in bronze, right, and Lea Sophie Friedrich of germany, silver, after the women’s sprint race at the UCI Track Cycling World Championship in Roubaix, north of France, Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Canada’s Mitchell earns track cycling bronze at world championship

The 27-year-old is also the reigning Pan American Games champion in women’s sprint

Emma Hinze of Germany, center, shows her gold medal with Kelsey Mitchell of Canada in bronze, right, and Lea Sophie Friedrich of germany, silver, after the women’s sprint race at the UCI Track Cycling World Championship in Roubaix, north of France, Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
The Tree to Sea loop is a 1,000 km bikepacking route around the north end of Vancouver Island. Photo courtesy Miles Arbor

1,000 km route opens northern Vancouver Island to bikepackers

Bikepacking combines ultralight backpacking and bicycle touring

The Tree to Sea loop is a 1,000 km bikepacking route around the north end of Vancouver Island. Photo courtesy Miles Arbor
Riders make their way through Mission during a training run earlier this month. (Facebook)

Cops for Cancer cycling across the Fraser Valley

22nd annual Tour de Valley begins on Sept. 20, 17 riders participating

Riders make their way through Mission during a training run earlier this month. (Facebook)
Property thieves working Kelowna streets beware, the next bike you steal may very well be a Bait Bike, being closely monitored by a team of RCMP officers ready to apprehend you. (File Photo)

LETTER: Silent sidewalk cyclists are a hazard to others

Cyclists should give verbal warning as they approach pedestrians

  • Sep 9, 2021
Property thieves working Kelowna streets beware, the next bike you steal may very well be a Bait Bike, being closely monitored by a team of RCMP officers ready to apprehend you. (File Photo)
From left: Sam Harris (Team Mighty on the Rivet) placed first, Kyle Buckosky (Team Red Truck Bear) took second, and Jackon Bocksnick (Tag Race Team) rounded out the top three. (Rob Wilton/Special to The News)

Jeremy’s Roubaix ends sporting drought in B.C. community

The event attracts some of the province’s premiere UCI / Cycling BC licensed athletes

  • Jul 20, 2021
From left: Sam Harris (Team Mighty on the Rivet) placed first, Kyle Buckosky (Team Red Truck Bear) took second, and Jackon Bocksnick (Tag Race Team) rounded out the top three. (Rob Wilton/Special to The News)