Pink Bicycle Burger
A major change has been made at The Pink Bicycle: gone is the Alberta Beef that was once employed at this downtown joint, and in its place you will now find Island-Raised Hereford Beef. Springford Farm in Nanoose Bay has stepped up to the plate as the new beef supplier for the juicy patties that Pink Bike provides. The other major change is that the default serving style now appears to be medium-rare instead of medium. The new beef has a much more distinct flavour than the old stuff, and is prepared with barely any seasoning (if any at all). However, there is enough inherent flavour in the patty that a lack of seasoning doesn't really hurt things (although I wouldn't mind if it was punched up the eensiest of bits).
Other than that things haven't changed much at Pink Bike (although fried mac-and-cheese sticks are a big new menu bonus). If you're afraid of pink meat (and there are differing views on whether or not medium-rare is unhealthy) then I'd suggest asking for your burger done medium or medium-well. Whatever you choose, you'll end up with a pretty dope meal.
VERDICT: Still one of the best in Victoria, but still not better than Aura.