Wascana Park Rip ‘n Ride

A beautiful day for a road ride through Wascana Park with a friend. A few highlights of an approximately 50 km ride through the park system in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Zoom…zoom.

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Author: arealwookie

Photographer, Writer, Human Rights Advocate, Environmentalist, and Outdoor Sports Enthusiast.

3 thoughts on “Wascana Park Rip ‘n Ride”

    1. I agree with you my friend. I actually like narrow twisty roads as they force most automobile traffic to slow down for cyclists. As you know, our wide highways, road shoulders, and ditches (right of ways) in Canada are a huge waste of arable land – probably because we have such a vast amount of land in the first place. It is a little scary sometimes to be riding on a double lane highway, yet close to the white line (marking a driving lane from a road shoulder) and have motorized traffic whiz by you at 140 km/hr. Based on camera footage, I often only have less than a metre between me and several tons of steel. Yet, I still road ride, knowing the risks, and have been doing so for over three decades. 🙂

      1. That is an inspiring thought. I got an idea of Canada’s geographical area as also the States’ only when travelled to small parts of the two countries. It kind of gave me an idea of what my husband had been telling me about all these years.

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