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Cycling along the Trail in Vancouver, British Columbia. Photo: Kalen Emsley
It’s official – spring is here! Yes, it’s April 1, but I’m not fooling around.

Now that temperatures are rising, I’m excited about the months ahead – and exploring The Great Trail of Canada on two wheels! This month, I’m reading about a cross-Canada cyclist who discovered some much-needed peace along the Trail in Ontario. I’m also looking west to Saskatoon’s beautiful Meewasin Trail for vacation ideas.

I’m including some inspiring words from Indigenous athlete and cyclist Adrian Alphonso, a Trails Manitoba board member and passionate advocate for inclusivity and “getting everyone to the trailhead”.
Jane, Trans Canada Trail
Finding welcome tranquility on The Great Trail
Chris Lee, a UK-based writer and adventurer, cycled across Canada in the summer of 2018. In this article, he describes a special moment on the Trail near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
Taking the Roadway Less Travelled
Long-distance cyclist and Operations Manager at TDA Global Cycling Miles MacDonald gives us the lowdown on the advantages of roadway cycling.
Cycling in the City of Bridges on the Meewasin Trail
Ask any local: the best way to experience Saskatoon – including the downtown core, the many parks, and numerous attractions along the river – is a bike ride along the super-scenic Meewasin Trail.
 TCT Champion Profile: Laureen Harper 

“Whether I’m in Charlevoix or on a trestle in B.C., the Trail section I am on is my favourite section of The Great Trail.”
WATCH: Adrian Alphonso, Trail Hero
Adrian Alphonso is an emblematic Canadian. With both Indigenous and immigrant roots, the Winnipeg cyclist – designated Minwaadizi-Makwa in Ojibwe – is a key figure in Winnipeg’s cycling community.

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