January 23rd, 2019 — It kinda looks like a motorcycle on the sidewalk of Granville Street but with closer inspection you will notice his left foot is on a pedal so it really is a bicycle — specifically a mountain bike with suspension, fat tires, and an electric motor on the rear wheel — although again if you look very carefully you will notice the chain has been removed; I guess so the rider’s pedaling won’t slow him down. The rider admitted when asked that the motor was 1500 watts, three times the legal limit and considering the speed with which he disappeared down Granville Street probably capable of well over the 32kph electric bikes are limited to.
May 15th, 2018 — Practicing bicycle trials on the beach just east of John Lawson Park in West Vancouver and of course making a video with their cell phone.
December 22nd, 2017 – The 700 block of Drake Street is not a place to lock your bike up with only one chain.
November 8th, 2017 — People in Vancouver are always complaining that bike lanes such as this one in the 500 block of Pacific Street cause traffic congestion and conveniently ignore all the construction that’s going on.
October 6th, 2017 — What’s left of a bike improperly locked to a bike rack in the 1100 block of Granville Street.
May 22nd, 2010 — Bicycles laying at the front of the lower car deck of the Queen of Nanaimo on its way to Salt Spring Island for the long weekend
November 20th, 2016 — It has two flat tires and no chain and judging by the state of the cables the brakes don’t work but on Main Street by Terminal Avenue nothing is safe so it’s locked all the same.
July 18th, 2016 — A cyclist rides along the Arbutus Corridor north of King Edward Avenue which was in the past two weeks cleared of tracks and then covered with gravel.
August 16th, 2015 — This bicycle was photographed at Canada Place in Vancouver but I’m pretty sure it’s been to the Tour de France. Note the full corked wine bottle in the rear water bottle holder. If there’d been a baguette in the front water bottle holder I’d be absolutely positive.
June 4th, 2015 — This man was hit by a car while cycling along Pender Street in downtown Vancouver. It was a slight collision, the cyclist explaining to a pedestrian who witnessed the incident that he didn’t really think the car hit him, this despite the rear wheel being destroyed and the frame bent. He was more concerned with getting to a nearby bike shop where he hoped repairs could be made quickly as he had some people to meet up with in Richmond.