Easy Riders Cycling Group *POSTPONED* September 15, 2022
Thursday, September 15, 2022Easy Riders never know what they will discover: Ken Reeder, Rhea Tregebov, Ron Barr, and Graeme Wynn admiring a piece of street art in Dunbar
EASY RIDERS — RIDE 7
An enjoyable AAA ride (All Ages and Abilities).
Meeting Details: MEET AT @ 10:00 am in the parking lot of the Vancouver Maritime Museum.
From there we will follow the seawall route around Vanier Park, along the S side of False Creek to Science World; along the N side of False Creek to Lost Lagoon.; In Stanley Park there are two options - the seawall route (scenic and flat) and the road route (still separated as a bike lane I believe, which is a steeper climb). I am opting for the scenic route this year. If anyone wants to do the road route once — or twice — we can arrange to meet at Second Beach. From Second Beach we will continue to Burrard Bridge and end our ride with a stop at Kits Beach Coffee 1945 Cornwall for sustenance/ refreshment.
Route: Vancouver Maritime Museum-S side False Creek-Science World- Burrard Seawall-Stanley Park-N side False Creek-Second Beach-Kist Beach Coffee
This route is gentle (Stanley Park Road Route excepted) and scenic in the extreme . The circuit from and back to Kits Point is about 25km and will take 90 minutes to 2 hours, depending on stops to admire views
Partners and e-bikes are welcome
Any emeriti (and/ or partners) interested in joining this ride please contact group convenor Graeme Wynn (firstname.lastname@example.org) before Friday, Sept. 9 who will provide further details.