The last day of school for Vancouver is Wednesday, June 29. My kindergartener has been counting down the days--how about you? Since Thursday is officially the first day of freedom for all the school kids, I thought why not celebrate with a ride? But it's the first day of summer vacation, so why get dressed? Let's all meet up for a ride IN OUR PYJAMAS!
Meet at 10am, Thursday, June 30, in front of Science World, sporting your best jammies, frilly granny nightie, sleeper, butt-flap longjohns, or flannel PJs.
We'll hang out for a half hour (this is a great time to chat about bikes & ask for test rides of seats, trailers, or cargo bikes you've been eyeing!) & ride at 10:30am. Our route will be along the North False Creek seawall to Stanley Park & end up at Ceperley Meadow.
As always, the ride will be a relaxed pace with at least one five-year-old riding his own bike. It's fairly flat & about 6km each way a longish ride but good for novices. There will be a few cargo bikes on the ride, so if any small riders need a lift & a tow, we've got it covered!
Ceperley Meadow has two playgrounds, public washrooms, a pool, a concession, a beach, & lots of shade. Bring the usual sunblock, snacks or lunch, lots of water, & whatever toys you like for the kids.
RSVP here so we know to expect you! See you soon!
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