The Lombard is a comfortable bike that cover a wide range of uses. Great for commuting, touring, and everyday riding.
Part adventure bike, and part urban warrior. Born from cyclocross and touring parents, the Lombard can tackle the weekly commute as well as stretch its legs to venture out on weekend road or gravel adventures.
A wide-range SRAM Apex/X7 drivetrain has the durability of mountain bike components on a drop-bar bike, and the mixed-tread Schwalbe G-ONE 35c tires provide speed and secure handling both on road and off. Tektro Spyre-C disc brakes provide all-condition performance and a unique reflective decal system helps keep you visible while riding at night.
The Top Bridge trails are a great place to ride for the beginner to intermediate rider with a few k of trails on both sides of the river.
Nice 35k loop that starts at City Hall in Parksville and heads up to Errington, through to Coombs, back down to Qualicum and returns to Parksville. Paved roads or paths.
The Kinsol Trestle is one of eight trestles along the Cowichan Valley Trail route and by far the largest and most spectacular. The Kinsol Trestle is one of the tallest free-standing and most spectacular timber rail trestle structures in the world. At 187metres in length and standing 44 metres above the salmon bearing Koksilah River, the Kinsol is an incredible structure.
To get there from north of Duncan – Drive south of Duncan on the Trans Canada Highway and turn west (right) onto Cobble Hill/Shawnigan Lake Road and follow it all the way to Shawnigan Lake. Turn right onto Renfrew Road and follow the road past the end of the Lake to Gleneagles Road and turn right. There is a public parking area about 550 metres down the road on the right hand side.
A 20km trail on a old railway bed that was there to haul logs to the McLean Mill. The trail starts off off Maebelle Road which is a kilometer or so closer to Port Alberni than the Candy Store. The trail ends basically at the end of Beaver Creek Road.
Want to cycle, walk, run or roll between the City of Parksville and the Town of Qualicum Beach without having to use Highway 19A? The Parksville-Qualicum Beach Links is a 13 kilometre low-traffic road route that connects the City and Town via French Creek (Electoral Area G). The Links features a pleasant suburban road network with only one hill, an accessible pedestrian-cyclist bridge over French Creek, and two stretches of paved trail at the Qualicum Beach end. The whole way is marked with signage directing users to Parksville or Qualicum Beach.
Evo e-bikes use the Bionx system to make your ride sweat free and fun. Lightweight and long-range with regenerative braking make the Bionx the system of choice.
Motor: 350 W, high torque, lighter motor
2 battery options:
– Long range: 48 V x 6.6 Ah 90 km
– Extra Long Range: 48 V x 8.8 Ah 105 km
– 6061 aluminium frame with internal cables
– Double wall alloy wheels with extra-strong spokes for electric bike
– Schwalbe Marathon GreenGuard tires with 3 mm anti-flat protection
– 3 x 8 drivetrain with Shimano Alivio rear derailleur
– One-piece alloy pedals with TPE top
– Megasoft Cruiser Classic 240-XL saddle
– Adjustable seat post, stem and handlebar
– Tektro 855AL V-brakes
– Tektro alloy lever with connection on right lever for generative brake
– Comfortable ergonomic grips
– Kickstand for electric bike
– Tubus rear carrier
– Painted fenders, same color as the bike
– Tail lamp on battery
– Chain cover