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2015 Kettle Valley Express Cover

Updated June 4 2015

The 2015 edition is available for download and by end of February will be available in print. This site will be updated with stories as soon as possible.
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We have secured racking from May-Oct 2015 for the Kettle Valley Express at ~ Vancouver Airport ~ 48 locations along I-90 in Northern Washington State ~ 41 locations in Northern Idaho ~ 91 locations in North Western Montana along with Oregon and California and Permenant Racking in Kelowna Visitor Ctr, Kelowna Airport




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This year again, the Kette Valley Express has a fold out cover to approx 10.75" high by 16.75" wide. Above is the fold out cover.

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The 2015 Kettle Valley Express is now available.
Thank you. Brian McAndrew: President Vicom Design Inc. Publisher.

We were overwhelmed when we received this letter from Zoli in Port Moody and had to put it up here for everyone else. Thanks for letting us know.
I saw your magazine at Vancouver airport. I was there to pick up my mom, and while I waited I saw a copy had been left by someone on the seat next to me, so I picked it up and read through it. My wife and I rode part of the railway near Kelowna—can’t remember the name now, but it’s the section on the east side of the lake that passes over a series of trestles. We’ve been talking about going back and riding that stretch and other stretches ever since. So when I read through your magazine, I realized we now have a single resource to help us plan our trip. We’d been putting it off partly because we didn’t know of an easy single resource with all the info we need before this. So thanks for putting the magazine together! I think it’ll be really helpful for us.

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News & Updates ~ April 4 2014

Dana Meise (The Great Hike) just teamed up with Canadian Geographic as they named me "expedition of the year" and will be funding my journey as I solo hike 4000 plus km's to the Arctic Ocean on the Trans Canada Trail. This is a dream come true as I also will be breaking my own world record setting the bar very high. Thank you all for your support without you I could not have succeeded. Please give them a like in appreciation. I'm very excited to share this season with you all better than ever.

Update as of June 24th, 2013

- No farmgate closures at this time
- There are trees down about 3.5 km south of Beaverdell, some progress has been made in cutting/removing them but cyclists may choose to divert to Hwy 33 for this section. The trail can be regained by turning left at the General Store in Beaverdell (heading north) watch for the trail; it is just past the baseball diamond but before the road goes uphill and has an old wood shed at the base.

- Myra Canyon trestle #3 is still closed and under repair from the spring rock slide. A detour is being put in place but may not yet be passable. Best alternative to get around this is to email Rolf at Myra Canyon Ranch he will provide a shuttle for $40 for up to 4 people/bikes; you can get a hold of him at For hardened cyclists, you can also do a detour around White forest road just before Myra Canyon but some steep grades.


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