A History of Cycling Advocacy


Antje Wahl, HUB Cycling North Shore committee

I'm quite sure we did have an effect on the Second Narrows Bridge. And we did have an effect on the Stanley Park Causeway. 
And then that little new Keith Bridge. They wanted to put the bike lane on the road, and we convinced them to put the bike lane on the other side of the barrier.

Chris Keam, volunteer

A few years back, we rode down the seawall and then we got on Burrard Bridge bike lane, and Madeleine went, "Oh this feels so much safer".
And I was like, this is why we're doing it. So kids can be like I was when I was ten years old, and hop on their bike and zoom down to the store.



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