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““I am a Realtor, and during Bike to Work Week I was working at a new condo development in Langley.  Biking home to Tsawwassen allowed me to explore the communities along the way and get some time to relax while travelling the farm roads in Langley, South Surrey and Delta.&...”

Joanne Hoekstra, Rennie & Associates Realty, Langley
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May 16, 2018
By: Kaitlyn Bailey MSc, University of British Columbia  “We are neither expert cyclists nor physical fitness fanatic,” says Dan [Burden]. “We simply see the bicycle as an excellent tool for more fully appreciating our environment.” (National Geographic, May 1973) In the 1970’s Dan and Lys Burden, along with Greg and June Siple, set out to ride their bikes from Anchorage, Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, Argentine. During their trip they wrote an article for National Geographic about the unique vantage point that a bike provides travellers. “The very struggle to get over [mountains] gives you a more intimate understanding of their size. You become acutely aware of the contours, even of the changes in temperature and environment as you change altitude,” writes Dan in the article. “With our modest physiques and merely adequate stamina, we four offer living proof that long range biking is more... read on
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