Posted on April 12, 2017 at 01:08 AM


Comor Cycling Club

Go Play Outside

The Comor Cycling Club was established in 2012, paralleling our company’s venture into the world of cycling. Our Wednesday Night Road Ride was formed in order to help staff and customers learn the intricacies of road cycling. Since then we've provided a weekly recreational ride throughout the lower-mainland with hopes of growing this wonderful sport. It's here at Comor that education, fun, and friendship have been following our company’s motto - GO PLAY OUTSIDE for more than 4 seasons.

Our Goal: To educate, inspire and open the world of road cycling by providing weekly-recreational group rides to staff, customers and the Vancouver Community.

We also provide our customers an opportunity to rent a road bike, or help them find the right fit and function on any of our floor models-while getting an opportunity to trial that same bike on the open-roads of Vancouver.

Our objective is to get you on the bike that fits your budget, riding style and fashion sensibilities! Anything that helps you to Go Play Outside.

The Comor Cycling Club is comprised of 20 to 30 like-minded Road Cycling enthusiasts who seek a weekly ride in a social atmosphere, where fitness and cycling etiquette meet. Our rides help create an understanding of group formation and technical details so that can you can become a more efficient cyclist. Many of our riders have started out as ‘Ride to Conquer Cancer' participants, and have spun their way to their goals and greater distances by competing in Gran Fondos and road races throughout North America.

Please feel free to stop by the shop, call us at (604) 736-7547, or contact us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and come out for a spin.

We look forward to meeting you! We are the first stroke in your pedals to get you started!

*Rides average 1.5 -2hrs of cycling at a fairly fast pace. Road bikes are imperative! Typically, 2 groups will run at two different paces.

*Group #1- usually averages at 33+ kms/hr
*Group #2- averages from 26 – 33km/hr.

Cycling Club Schedule

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