In Revelstoke Cycle Style, the Revelstoke Mountaineer profiles commuter cyclist to highlight the style and philosophy behind the ride. In the coming weeks, we’re going to be doing a photo series focusing on commuter cycling.
This early preview is to promote the North Columbia Environmental Society’s Bike Swap this Sunday, May 3 from 11–12:30 at the Revelstoke Forum. Buy, swap and sell bike gear. For more info on trading or selling at the swap see the Revelstoke Mountaineer events calendar.
If you want to be profiled in Revelstoke Cycle Style, send us a photo of you with your bike and answer the three points below. Email email@example.com.
Cyclist: Annie Heale
The bike: Annie traded in for it at Eco-Cents Warehouse, and thinks it cost about $40. “I like how you have to tune in the gears,” she said. “It feels like and old-school radio.” She was a bit embarrassed about the rusty chain and broken cable – no spring tune-up yet.
Riding style: “Slow and steady.”
A good reason to commute by bike: “Anything that doesn’t consume fuel,” is a good way to go, Annie said. Longboard, walk, skateboard, whatever, is better than burning fuel and money.