FIFA Qualifier Match – Tuesday, September 6th

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 The Bicycle Valet opens at 6:00 PM

The game starts at 7:00 PM

Pro tips: It may get chilly by the time you’re biking home. Make sure you bring some layers and lights. You can leave them on your bike in the valet, so you’re ready to go when you leave the match. 

Beat the line and arrive early.  Did you know we open an hour before the match starts?  Most people arrive right as the game starts, so if you want to roll straight in, try to arrive a little before.  

How to get to us at BC Place:  We’ll be located at Gate C, waiting with a high five (just ask!).  Here are our suggestions for how to find us:

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Where to find us at BC Place

ROUTE #1 (EASIEST): take the overpass that connects to the stadium from Pacific Blvd.  Pacific Blvd has a painted bike lane.  For an easier route, take the adjacent seawall, then cut through the Plaza of Nations, pedal up the overpass, and cruise on into the valet.

ROUTE #2: There is a ramp you can ride up to Gate C, off Pacific Blvd (you have to get across the street as the bike lane is on the far right hand side), just south of Griffiths Way.

ROUTE #3: Take Robson to the stadium, enter at Gate A, and walk around to Gate C. Note you will have to push your bike down one flight of stairs.

Coming from Strathcona: Take Adanac/Unions, Vancouver’s busiest bike route, which turns into Expo Blvd.  At Carrall St, cross to the seawall and head west and take ROUTE #1.

Coming from Mount Pleasant:  Take the Cambie street bridge where you share the east sidewalk with pedestrians.  As you leave the bridge ramp on the north side, take the route to Pacific Blvd, not Expo.  Continue down the ramp, not up.  Once you’re on Pacific, use ROUTE #1.

Coming from the West End:  Use ROUTE #3.

Coming from Kits:  Take the Burrard Bridge where you have a protected lane.  Either merge onto the Hornby protected bike lane and turn right on Robson to follow ROUTE #3.  Or take Pacific or the seawall and follow ROUTE #1 OR ROUTE #2.

Remember to pick up a City of Vancouver bike route map at the Valet.

 

 

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