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 Opus Allegro 4.0

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Whether you’re preparing for a charity ride or just riding for fun and fitness, Opus’s Allegro 4.0 balances performance, comfort, and value. The carbon frame and fork are tuned to give you the snappy acceleration and precision you want with the long-haul comfort you need. Shimano equips you with fast wheels and a hill-topping, 20-speed Tiagra drivetrain powered by wide-range FSA cranks. Plus, the Opus bar, stem, and seatpost with Selle Italia seat are the perfect compliment to this versatile bike.

Cycling around Vancouver


Cycling Around Vancouver-Translink
Other great links from this site, too! Cycling is often the fastest way of getting around especially in more urban areas of Metro Vancouver. It is also a healthful and enjoyable way to travel.

TransLink is committed to making cycling a realistic travel option by providing bike access on transit, bike storage, and planning and funding support for bikeways and other cycling infrastructure.

The Vancouver Bicycle Club

VBCThe Vancouver Bicycle Club organizes road and mountain bike day rides and tours, informational events, and social gatherings.

Whether you’re new to cycling, have recently dusted off your bike after a period of wishful thinking, or have been riding for years, they have rides for you.

Visit http://vbc.bc.ca/ for more information.

Vancouver Bike Lane Maps

bike-route-map-featureVancouver Bike Lane maps are available at our shop — a handy pocket sized guide to routes. One of the most convenient and affordable ways to get around town, and to experience our unforgettable scenery, is by bike. You can ride your bike on almost all Vancouver streets, and the City has an extensive network of designated bike routes to help you get around. The City’s updated Transportation Plan will set the bar even higher for making bike routes even more comfortable and convenient for people of all ages and abilities.