Dianna reports in:
It turns out that riding in Stanley Park when cars are banned is very much like riding in Stanley Park on any sunny weekday afternoon – lots of cyclists, almost all lycra-wearing roadies. It’s important to shoulder check before switching lanes because of lots of other cyclists, not cars.
I saw exactly one casual rider on the seawall, and I cut her some slack because she was wearing headphones and maybe hadn’t heard the news.
Ever been tempted to pause in the middle of Stanley Park Road to take a photograph? This is your moment.
I’ve always wanted to ride the wrong way around the park, and this could be the time to do that, but with a BIG warning to be aware of cyclists flying along the roads.
Oh, and if anyone has lost a red bandana it’s in the middle of the right lane just past Prospect Point.