CAMPGROUNDS: Most of the places we'll be camping have a web page

Port Townsend - Fort Worden

Bellingham - Larrabee

Sechelt - Porpoise Bay

Miracle Beach

Rathtrevor Beach


LIGHTHOUSES: Remember, Alf said to think of this as an extended lighthouse tour!

FERRIES: Both BC and Washington State ferry systems have web pages with pertinent information

British Columbia Ferries

Washington State Ferries

TOWNS: Many of the towns and areas we'll be traveling through have web sites


Port Townsend

Whidbey Island

Powell River


Vancouver has a web site about biking its environs

Vancouver Island


Map of Whidbey Island

TOURING STORIES AND TRIPS: As you think about the upcoming trip, some of these stories may provide inspiration and/or valuable tips. There are a gazillion of these out on the web - if you find more, let me know.

Frequently Asked Questions about Biking in BC

Judy Colwell has written about several of her multi-day bike trips in groups

Here's a guy who went from Alaska to Florida two summers ago

Adventure Cycling in Missoula, founded in 1976, is an organization devoted to bicycle touring

SAFETY AND GENERAL INFO: Learn the laws of the land, browse through cycling minutiae

Washington State Laws pertaining to bicycling

British Columbia provincial laws

Steve Ciccarelli, who works at IBM in Virginia, has a megasite with more than you ever wanted to know about biking

Sheldon Brown is a husband, father, and repair shop manager in Boston, who has posted many articles on bike repair provides a non-profit linking service to bicycle oriented sites around the world

Niagara Falls, Ont, provides an eclectic biking site with some Canadian focus, and excellent safety information

For an off-beat, exhausting read, Seattle International Randonneur society posts news on their mega-marathon rides (200-1200 kilometers)

Finally, here's an on-line repair manual from U of Idaho!

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