Complete Streets mean comfortable access for pedestrians, bicycles, transit users and the mobility-impaired.
It's important to note that there is a well-documented "safety in numbers" effect for pedestrians and cyclists...
When considering your cycling route, don't think like a motorist. Think like a cyclist. Pick the most pleasant route.
A little planning and a few adaptations make it easy to ready your bicycle for more than summer recreational use
There is a widespread public perception that it is not safe for children to cycle to school — although the evidence suggests differently.
It is important for us all to learn how to behave on our roads with care, caution, and respect for other road users
There are many places to cycle in our Valley... A map of the best cycling routes in the Valley is available at the Broken Spoke Coffee House
Cycling is one of the best ways for people to achieve good health and fitness, so service your bike, don a helmet and get out for a ride
Tips to increase cyclists' chances of being seen by motorists. Simply put, make sure you are visible and predictable
Our roads are very busy in the summertime, with tourists visiting the Comox Valley. There are campers and motor homes heading up and down Vancouver Island. Families are heading to the beach and the park, and there is a greater mix of traffic ... so — it is time for us all to be especially considerate of other road users. Put safety first!