Lamar Timmins is nearing the end of his journey from Montreal to Vancouver by cargo bike (the lightest cargo bike on the market).
He has just crossed into the Canadian Rockies via Highway 1. If you are on instagram, go ahead and follow @velolifestyle.
The following photos were taking recently at Lake Louise. This is the first time a cargo bike has ever been to this World Heritage site. Although, it is an odd thing to see a cargo bike here, the pictures showcasing the Triobike with the emerald and white background are beautiful.
After 13 days of concentrated hills, rain, wind and some snow, Lamar made it to Thunder Bay for Thanksgiving. He left Montreal on the 2nd of October, as part of a cross country tour to Vancouver on the Triobike Cargo bike. It has been very challenging, because there has been little time to rest. The weather is getting colder and days are getting shorter. His ultimate goal is to arrive in Vancouver for his Birthday on November 7th. For now he will take it easy for Thanksgiving with an old friend from Carleton University who ow lives in Thunder Bay. If you are on Instagram, feel free to follow along @velolifestyle
These photos are taken at the Terry Fox Memorial. Surely, it's an inspiring moment for Lamar
Our experience in New York City with TrioBike at New York Baby Show was unforgettable. Thank you to all the parents, bloggers and businesses we met. Your enthusiasm has reinforced our commitment to bringing in the best family#cargobikes to North-America. Triobike and active transportation definitely has its place in #NYC.
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Photo credit: Brendan Timmins