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As a cyclist and after seeing the 'dogs breakfast' that Comox/Helmcken turned out to be I'm more hesitant to be enthusiastic about any more new bike routes.

 

Bike Share

As a anti biker and anit Vision Vancouver I'm totally against this program it is a total waste of money by Robert Robertson and his gang of thugs. Bikers and Cyclist are only 4% of the population of Vancouver why are they (the gang) wastings millions on this minority group, what about the other 96%