Here are seven bike routes you can follow to come to Dirtbag Cafe this Saturday for Bike Edmonton's Launch and fundraiser. We thought that this is the best way for us to say, "you're invited!" If you want a guided ride to Bike Edmonton Launch party and fundraiser, meet at 5pm at BikeWorks South. Our ride marshals will take you on an easy paced journey to the party if you don't regularly ride or haven't been part of a group ride before, or enjoy a slow ride with company, this is a great opportunity. All you need is a working bike. Our ride marshals will lead you, making sure we stick together as we enjoy the journey. During the ride we'll use some of Edmonton's most exciting cycling infrastructure. The route might include parts of the following maps. We hope you find a pleasant and beautiful path to the party! Click on each ride title to open map.
Ride Like A Commuter from BikeWorks South to Dirtbag Cafe and Rock Jungle Boulders, 10505 107 St NW.
Ride from the South side through Mill Creek Ravine, starting at the velodrome and taking the funicular. Note that you take a hard right coming off of the Low Level Bridge as the path that directly goes to the lower elevator is not on Google maps, yet.
Riding from the North side along the river valley trails, with funicular! Ride is from Gold Bar Park to Dirtbag Cafe and Rock Jungle Boulders, 10505 107 St NW.
From the East, staring at the Commonwealth Stadium, enjoy commuter trials and avoid downtown construction all the way to Dirtbag Cafe and Rock Jungle Boulders, 10505 107 St NW. Make sure you turn RIGHT after crossing the living bridge, go down the hill, then turn LEFT towards Boyle Street. Signs will guide you how to get through the area once you’re approaching MacEwan Station. (It's straightforward, but not straight.)
From the West, starting in Westmount, bike lanes all the way, wherever possible, right up to Dirtbag Cafe and Rock Jungle Boulders, 10505 107 St NW.
Oliverbahn: From West of 149 st, you’ll take bike lanes and quiet streets all the way to Dirtbag Cafe and Rock Jungle Boulders, 10505 107 St NW. Please note that the map has an unneeded loop. You don’t have to ride the little loop shown at the 142st bridge. Just cross that bridge.