RideFarmSwing582 karma2018-03-15 20:49:33 UTC
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RideFarmSwing80 karma2018-08-10 20:21:32 UTC
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RideFarmSwing8 karma2018-04-19 16:57:00 UTC
You are doing the most direct route, which if you are pressed for time will be the best, but it also includes riding a highway up a 400m accent with narrow shoulders and many blind spots. The Malahat is a beautiful sight to see, but might be a stressful start to your journey.
I road from tip to tip a couple years back. Took the Schwartz bay ferry to Saltspring island, over the island, and over to Crofton. It cuts out the big hill (mountain) and gives you a chance to see Saltspring which is a pretty neat place. Route 1 suggestions below.
Other route to take advantage of the islands incredible off road bike network would be to use a bunch of the trails! Galloping Goose, to Sooke Wilderness, to Cowichan bay trail...Then back to highway. I've done the cowichan bay trail in the summer and it was a bit wet then, not sure on current conditions, but it is a gosh darn magical trail along some fun road bike able terrain.
I would ask around about conditions for this route though.
Good luck! If I was in town I'd offer you a backyard for camping and a hot shower, but the island is pretty friendly, I'll bet you will find some good spots.
RideFarmSwing5 karma2019-04-16 18:47:12 UTC
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RideFarmSwing4 karma2018-04-19 16:08:30 UTC
What kind of bike are you riding? Vancouver island Cyclist here who could offer some tips on your route for the island.
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