The Seaside Bike Route is a multi-use recreational route in Vancouver that offers awesome views and endless activities along the Vancouver Seawall. The Seaside Bike Route goes from the Convention Center at Coal Harbour on Burrard Inlet, all the way to Jericho Beach. This is a complete guide, plus lots of photos and two videos!
The Traboulay PoCo Trail is a great family-friendly cycling trail and hiking trail. It is safe and well-maintained, offering something for everyone. Located just 27 km from Vancouver, it is well worth a day trip. If you’re trying to see as much of BC in as little time as possible you could not do much better than this trail.
This is a guide (plus map) to cycling the family-friendly and dog-friendly Galloping Goose Trail on Vancouver Island – a very long, diverse and beautifully scenic bike trail, with bed and breakfast and camping options along the way. Cycle from an urban area, through a rural area, and end up in semi-wilderness with breathtaking views!
We cycled the Poco Trail yesterday – one of the best trails in the Greater Vancouver area. We were sad to find that the trail is littered with fallen trees, after that terrific wind storm on 29 August.
Here’s a great bike ride to do in Vancouver! This completely off-road Vancouver bike ride goes from the Convention Center to Granville Island, via the Seaside Bike Route – and the last bit is done by hopping on one of Vancouver’s colourful Aquabuses to cross False Creek! It’s a great family bike ride with diverse scenery, and lots of fun things to do.
Vision Vancouver is moving forwards towards a Vancouver bike share program. But can a bike share program succeed in Vancouver if the program doesn’t get an exemption from the mandatory bike helmet law?
New Westminster Cycling: There is plenty of cycling in New Westminster, BC. This post provides an overview of New Westminster cycling, and then focuses in on the most family-friendly, easy cycling available in New Westminster: the newly redeveloped New Westminster quay, and the new Quayside Park.
The Whistler Valley Trail is an awesome labyrinth of off-road, paved trails connecting most of the best places in Whistler. This post is about cycling from Whistler Village along the Whistler Valley Trail to the serene, scenic Green Lake. This route is very gentle, with hardly any hills, and entirely off road.
One of Whistler’s greatest assets is the Whistler Valley Trail network, offering 40 km of paved, safe cycling and hiking routes all around Whistler. The Whistler Valley Trail makes it possible to get to almost anywhere in the Whistler area without a car.