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When you are hiking and have made it to the summit, you most likely want to take a photo of yourself and the breathtaking view. Therefore, you want to wear hiking outfits like hoodies that are practical and fashionable at the same time.
Whether you are hiking for your leisure or profession, here are some great hiking outfit ideas that you should consider the next time you take on hiking trails:
If you are hiking in scorching hot weather, wearing bike shorts would be a great idea. You do not want to wear too much clothing as this will only make you hot …
Planning on going for an evening ride? Here are a few safety tips you need to consider.
Visibility is undeniably one of the toughest challenges when riding your bike during the night. If you don’t have enough illumination, you might trip on something or worse. Additionally, other drivers won’t see you clearly.
For this reason, only go for a night ride when you know you are visible enough and your light is bright enough for you to see what is ahead clearly. Also, don’t forget to wear bright clothes that will reflect at night.
2. Know the Road Rules…
Ride for Climate Canada has always been committed to bringing people together through environmental campaigns and adventure. We are extremely grateful to our devoted community of dedicated hikers, runners, and riders who are extremely passionate about exploring the outdoors while supporting a great cause for the environment.
The safety of every participant, volunteers, vendors, and staff has always been our top priority at Ride for Climate Canada. Since the breakout of Covid-19, we decided to cancel a couple of events and reschedule some to Fall season to ensure that all participants can go out of their homes.
During this …
Below is a list of the most cycling-friendly cities Canada has to offer.
Montreal has been one of the most favoured cities in Canada in terms of bike riding. The city is extremely easy to navigate and has embraced cycling at top-notch levels. This city also offers 540 pick-up and drop-off stations for “Bixi”, which is a bike-share program the city leads.
Known as the “Queen City of Canada”, Toronto is surprisingly one of the best bike-friendly cities the country has to offer. Just like Montreal, Toronto also offers a bike-share …