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Marathon man

The BMO Vancouver Marathon falls on the first Sunday in May. The calendar date, May 6 this year, also nears two personal milestones in the life of Kevin Steinberg. Twenty-nine years ago, he ran his first marathon.

Jock and Jill

AUGUSTA NOT AUGUST Ninety years ago at the formation of the Point Grey Golf and Country Club, 50 places were reserved for women.

Mountain race a total body/mind workout

Second annual event takes over Burnaby Mountain

Newbies to cycling should consider learn-to-ride programs

New rider suggests starting out on short grass

Dust off your bicycle, spring is in the air

Pacific Populaire event encourages cycling for everyone regardless of fitness level, experience or age

Jock and Jill: Demons douse Dragons red-hot season

PASTING THE DRAGONS The King George Dragons were sobered last week when their 27-1 record was sullied not just by a loss but by a blow-out of a defeat. On Friday night at Kitsilano, the No. 5 AA Dragons dropped a stunning 85-49 game to the No.

Break gently when winter cycling

Nubby tires with less air will provide more traction

Response to assault story illustrates polarizing issue

Thanks to all readers who took the time to write in about my last column. The story of the cyclist who assaulted pedestrian Daryl Richardson for walking in the bike lane of the Burrard Bridge clearly touched a nerve for many people.

Scofflaw cyclist makes herself look bad

I had a different topic in mind for this column, but on my commute to work recently I saw something that incensed me so much I had to write about it.

Beating the bike thieves

Someone stealing your bike is heartbreaking and has been the end of more than one commuter cycling career. Bike theft in Metro Vancouver is an ever-growing problem.