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Qualicum Beach wins bike-to-work challenge against Parksville

A WIN FOR QB: Qualicum Beach won the third annual Pacific Bike Challenge, with 36 riders taking part in a bike around town, beating Parksville’s 32 riders. Hosted by the Oceanside Cycling Coalition during Bike to Work Week, the two municipalities support the event which promotes the ever-increasing number of people safely commuting by bicycle. Visit http://biketowork.ca/oceanside for more information. - Auren Ruvinsky photo
A WIN FOR QB: Qualicum Beach won the third annual Pacific Bike Challenge, with 36 riders taking part in a bike around town, beating Parksville’s 32 riders. Hosted by the Oceanside Cycling Coalition during Bike to Work Week, the two municipalities support the event which promotes the ever-increasing number of people safely commuting by bicycle. Visit http://biketowork.ca/oceanside for more information.
— image credit: Auren Ruvinsky photo

A WIN FOR QB: Qualicum Beach won the third annual Pacific Bike Challenge, with 36 riders taking part in a bike around town, beating Parksville's 32 riders. Hosted by the Oceanside Cycling Coalition during Bike to Work Week, the two municipalities support the event which promotes the ever-increasing number of people safely commuting by bicycle. Visit http://biketowork.ca/oceanside for more information.

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