July 31, 2015 – Cyclists and pedestrians using the Arundel Street Active Living Corridor will now have more separation from car and truck traffic thanks to an improved lane configuration. Read more at Thunder Bay site.
Note time change. This Saturday at 9 am, join TraC and other community members as we work on the final section of the new trail in Gibsons. If we get enough people out, we should be able to rough-in the last section so that it is usable by those on foot […]
At the first trail-building work party we literally had elementary school students, high schoolers, young adults, and some who are older than that. : ) This is a reminder that we will be meeting at the same spot, where Shaw Road meets the Inglis Trail, on Saturday, June 13 @ 1 […]
If you didn’t make it out to the big wrap-up party at Persephone Brewery on Sunday, then you’re probably bursting to know who won all the prizes. This year we decided to forego the usual Team Prizes and awards, as waiting for all the logged kms to come in really […]
We had a great turnout for our first trail-building day on the new low-gradient trail between upper and lower Gibsons. The first third of the trail, close to 200m, is now in and is looking good. We will be hosting work parties every second Saturday from 1-4 until the trail […]
This summer, TraC will be hosting a series of work parties to build a new low-gradient trail between upper and lower Gibsons, with the first event taking place this coming Saturday, May 30 from 1-4 pm. We are counting on a substantial group of volunteers to get this done. Ideally, […]
TraC has been asked by the Town of Gibsons to rough in a new forest trail that will become part of Gibsons trail network. It should be in by summer and the exact location will be announced soon. Here TraC director Jody Schick bucks a log to help clear the path.
Sunshine Coast High School Students: Register for your chance to win a Giant Stance! For a chance to win: register at www.biketowork.ca/sunshine-coast and enter your total kms for the week, by no later than 6 pm on Saturday May 30 ride a minimum of two days to and from your high […]
Bike to work week is in three short weeks. Register Now The Coast Reporter and Transportation Choices are putting out a five-part series concerning commuter cycling on the Sunshine Coast – See more at the Coast Reporter – Getting ready for Bike to Work Week.
TraC’s Coastal Bike Route (CBR) initiative is officially launched! Working with the Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce, TraC has been meeting with local governments and businesses to kick-start planning for a designated bike touring route connecting Langdale to Earl’s Cove. The goal is a regional and international bike touring […]