Heavy ferry traffic expected on July 3

BC Bike Race

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June 23, 2014 03:24 PM

On Thursday, July 3, customers travelling from Langdale should expect heavy traffic on the 1:05 and the 3:25 p.m. sailings from Langdale to Horseshoe Bay.

The Langdale overflow parking lot will also be used to support the additional vehicle traffic created from the BC Bike Race.

BC Ferries is proud to be the presenting sponsor of this year’s BC Bike Race for the fifth consecutive year. The BC Bike Race brings cyclists and tourists from all around the world to B.C. for a seven-day staged mountain bike race which showcases some of the beauty our province has to offer.

The BC Bike Race begins in North Vancouver on Sunday, June 29. The race continues over to Vancouver Island and back through the Sunshine Coast before its completion in Whistler on Saturday, July 5.

BC Ferries appreciates its customers support in accommodating their travel plans to help ensure the BC Bike Race participants get off to a great cycling day.

For complete BC Ferries schedule information, visit bcferries.com or call 1-888-BCFERRY (1-888-223-3779).

For more information about the BC Bike Race please visit their website bcbikerace.com.

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