With the tourist season coming, I decided to make some of my most popular posts about great bike rides in and around Vancouver easier to find. (Of course, these rides are not just for tourists. People who live in metro Vancouver can enjoy these rides all year round!)
So I have created this post about Vancouver cycling. This page is not about cycling activism or cycling infrastructure – it’s just about great bike rides in and around Vancouver. Don’t forget to BOOKMARK it so that it is handy the next time you want to try a great new bike ride in Vancouver.
Great Vancouver Bike Rides
My all-time most popular trail post, a guide to the amazing Stanley Park Seawall bike trail (surely one of the most wonderful bike trails in the world).
The wonderful Traboulay PoCo Trail in Port Coquitlam
A guide to the Lochside Trail on Vancouver Island
A guide to the world-class Galloping Goose Trail on Vancouver Island
All about the Deer Lake Park Bike Trails in Burnaby, BC
Vancouver’s wonderful Seaside Bike Route
Vancouver’s amazing and diverse cycling culture
Also check out the new series of posts I am working on – Vancouver Cycling: Bike Rides in and around Vancouver. Each of these posts includes an overview of key features of the bike ride, a map, a guide, and a narrated video all about the ride. All of this takes a lot of time, so they are being published a little slowly. But I already have:
Vancouver Cycling #1 – Convention Center to Science World – Post plus Video
Vancouver Cycling #2 – Second Beach Pool to Prospect Point in Stanley Park – Post plus Video
The next post in this series will be a guide to the Central Valley Greenway (CVG), a bike route that runs all the way from downtown Vancouver to the New Westminster Quay.
I hope you enjoy these posts. Each of them has taken countless hours of research and selfless cycling (grin) – all so that I can share them with you! These Vancouver bike rides are all so great that I just want as many people as possible to enjoy them.
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