PHOTO GALLERY: Tour de Rock in pictures

See some of the best photographs from the 2018 Tour de Rock from across Vancouver Island

Black Press’ Arnold Lim is following the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock and brings us his best photographs from the fundraiser for Camp Goodtimes and pediatric cancer research.

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