Two-Wheeled Fun on Sea Island

YVR’s Sea Island home is a perfect destination for cycling.  With extensive bike paths and lanes, parking and Canada Line access, biking to, from or near the airport is accessible to every level of enthusiast. 

In addition to ease of use, the unique environment surrounding YVR is ideal for any two-wheeled explorer. With a unique mix of aircraft taking off and landing, one of the world’s largest salmon runs, an estuary providing a major staging area for migratory birds and great parks to discover, there’s truly something for everyone.

In 2011, Vancouver Airport Authority completed bike route enhancements along Inglis Drive and the south end of Templeton Street, and added a connection from the off-road path at the Arthur Laing Bridge to the Templeton Canada Line Station. These upgrades have helped make Sea Island a cycling destination for everyone and there’s still more to come. 

Maps of Sea Island’s different bike paths can be found at on yvr.ca and a new YVR Cycling Club is being formed by a small group of bike enthusiasts; email environment@yvr.ca or call 604-276-6656 for more information.

 

Bike to Work Week
Bike to Work Week happens later this month – May 28 to June 1 – and in support of raising awareness of green transportation modes, Vancouver Airport Authority is sponsoring the YVR Bike to Work Week Commuter Station at Flight Path Park on Friday, June 1 between 4 and 6:30 PM. 

Cyclists are invited to pass through for free snacks, drinks, coffee and tune-ups by helpful onsite mechanics. Meet other cyclists, share successes and pick up a bike map to help you explore all areas of YVR’s Sea Island home.

Find out if your workplace is participating in Bike to Work Week and join at www.bikehub.ca

YVR’s Sea Island home is a perfect destination for cycling.  With extensive bike paths and lanes, parking and Canada Line access, biking to, from or near the airport is accessible to every level of enthusiast. 

In addition to ease of use, the unique environment surrounding YVR is ideal for any two-wheeled explorer. With a unique mix of aircraft taking off and landing, one of the world’s largest salmon runs, an estuary providing a major staging area for migratory birds and great parks to discover, there’s truly something for everyone.

In 2011, Vancouver Airport Authority completed bike route enhancements along Inglis Drive and the south end of Templeton Street, and added a connection from the off-road path at the Arthur Laing Bridge to the Templeton Canada Line Station. These upgrades have helped make Sea Island a cycling destination for everyone and there’s still more to come. 

Maps of Sea Island’s different bike paths can be found at on yvr.ca and a new YVR Cycling Club is being formed by a small group of bike enthusiasts; email environment@yvr.ca or call 604-276-6656 for more information.

 

Bike to Work Week
Bike to Work Week happens later this month – May 28 to June 1 – and in support of raising awareness of green transportation modes, Vancouver Airport Authority is sponsoring the YVR Bike to Work Week Commuter Station at Flight Path Park on Friday, June 1 between 4 and 6:30 PM. 

Cyclists are invited to pass through for free snacks, drinks, coffee and tune-ups by helpful onsite mechanics. Meet other cyclists, share successes and pick up a bike map to help you explore all areas of YVR’s Sea Island home.

Find out if your workplace is participating in Bike to Work Week and join at www.bikehub.ca

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