Cycling Maps

Comox Valley Cycling z-card Maps Are Here!

The Comox Valley Cycling Coalition is excited to share the news that the Comox Valley Cycling z-card maps are here! They are now in local bike shops, at Municipal offices and at the Visitors Centre. These maps are designed to work with the interactive Comox Valley Digital Cycling Map. This interactive map shows many popular cycling destinations in the valley and the best routes to reach them.

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Rental Fleet for Sale

Bike Sale: Pedego Rental Fleet!

As the season starts to change, we are moving things around in the store. Our gently used rental bikes are looking for new homes! If you’d like to try one of these beauties out, come on down to the store at 702 Memorial Ave, Qualicum Beach and take a test ride!

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“I feel more connected to my community” – Pedego Rider Review

Meet Nancy Morrison, Pedego Rider & Artist

By Kelsey Skelton

Nancy lives and works in Courtenay as a Stained Glass Artist. She first heard about Pedego through our demonstrations at the Comox mall. Nancy had been considering an electric bike for quite some time and after a free test ride, knew she had found the perfect electric bike for her! Nancy bought a black interceptor….and a few weeks later sold her car!

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Pedego Maintenance: Riding on a Cloud

Pedego Maintenance Blog #5

By Jessica Skelton – Pedego Qualicum Beach Mechanic

There aren’t many things that can ruin a good bike ride faster than a sore bum. Thankfully, however, most Pedego bikes are equipped with wide comfort seats to help keep you, and your tush, happy. With a few quick adjustments, you can make it so you feel like you’re riding on a cloud.

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Freedom, Joy & Peace – Pedego Rider Review

By Kimm Nigthingale with Kelsey Skelton

My name is Kimm Nightingale, I am 59 years young, and I live on Gabriola Island. I bought a neon blue Pedego Interceptor almost a year ago at the end of last August.  A few years ago I had seen Mike at the fall fair at the Commons with his City Commuter and took a Pedego card because I was interested; then my friends Jim and Owen bought bikes at Pedego Qualicum Beach last summer. That was the push my partner Joke (Yoka) and I needed to try them out and buy our own.  

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Pedego Maintenance: Learning to Speak Bike

Pedego Maintenance blog #4

By Jessica Skelton – Pedego Qualicum Beach Mechanic

Here and there, bikes will make some sort of noise. While annoying, these squeaks, scrapes, rattles and clicks are your Pedego’s way of letting you know something isn’t quite right. Like learning any “language”, it can take some time to understanding what all the new sounds mean; so here’s a handy guide to some basic Bike Speak.

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