2022 Bike Ride 06

Lovely afternoon for a ride to Parc Jean-Drapeau.

Total trip distance: 12.40 km

Moving time: 0h 59m

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2022 Bike Ride 05

Easter Monday family ride. A sunny afternoon so we took to the path along the Lachine Canal. It was not as windy as many of my trips along the canal have been, but it was busy with a lot of people walking in every area where the path gets narrower (somehow).

Total trip distance: 10.17 km

Moving time: 0h 49m

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2022 Bike Ride 04

The whole family went out for a ride today so it was my first time with the baby in the back seat. It was an alright ride with many walkers on the paths. Only one guy was a jerk who was walking his dog right in the middle of the path and got mad when we wanted to pass them. The new bike is very smooth despite being very solid.

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Total trip distance: 4.64 km

Moving time: 0h 25m

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2022 Bike Ride 03

I picked up my new Yuba Kombi today and rode it down toward home. It was a smooth ride adjusting to the new bike, hearing its noises and figuring out how to best use the gears. It should be a good summer of rides. I even took advantage of the gentler rise of La Gauchetière to avoid going up a steeper hill on the first ride.

Total trip distance: 8.91 km

Moving time: 0h 38m

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