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Bike user guide

Bicycle User Group (BUG) is a group of cyclists who have a common interest in cycling together and/or improving riding conditions in their community.

TransLink has installed bike racks and facilities at various bus stations and park 'n' rides.

Cycle commuting is the way to go. It is cost effective, good for the environment and improves your health, fitness, finances and vitality at work.

Visiting friends, going to the park, post office, library, cinema or going to the shops can easily be done on a bike.

Hook turn storage boxes make it easier for cyclists to turn across busy roads.

A properly maintained bike makes riding a better and safer experience.

The best place for children to learn is in a park or the backyard, away from traffic, until they have developed good bike handling skills and road sense.

Information and tips on promoting cycling in your local area.

As legitimate road users, cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as other vehicle operators.

Information to assist planners and engineers to provide for cycling in their local area.