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#136 Campbell Valley

Circle Campbell Valley Park and visit three wineries – Township 7, Domaine de Chaberton and Vista D’Oro. You’ll see meadows, horses and wineries, oh my! The whole loop is 27km, bring a picnic lunch or munch at Chaberton or…

Pemberton S – L – O – W Food Cycle ~ 20 Aug 2017

Slow Food Cycle tours are very popular and they are getting better each year with more farms opening their doors and showing us the slow side of food. Pemberton Slow Food Cycle  is the third Sunday in August. What’s Slow…

Proof Riding = Free Book

Calling all eyes ! Let’s Go Biking Vancouver is a Book-In-Progress. I will give a Free Let’s Go Biking Vancouver book to everyone who proof-rides maps + cue sheet and sends corrections and suggestions Thanks to the many riders who have sent ideas, corrections, and suggestions. The book…

#143 Arbutus Greenway

Here comes the Arbutus Greenway — a dream come true for Vancouver!  This former railway is now a safe urban space for people to enjoy.  The trail starts near Granville Island and runs 8 km on a paved and…

#177 Cycling the Evergreen Skytrain Line

Bring your bike out to the TriCities on the Evergreen Line! The long awaited, much anticipated Skytrain line to Coquitlam is open. Now you can ride from station to station and eliminate some of the Coquitlam and Port Moody…

#1 Seaside Greenway

What’s Vancouver’s favourite ride? It’s Seaside! Vancouver’s Seaside Greenway is one of the easiest and best rides in the city. On a dedicated bike path separated from cars, Seaside is safe for riders of all ages and abilities. It’s great for strollers, scooters…

#2 Colony Farm

The city feels far away when you’re cycling the fields of Colony Farm in Port Coquitlam, especially on a sunny day when the mountains are covered in snow.  The whole family can enjoy the trails along the Coquitlam River.…

#3 Fort-to-Fort Trail

Sometimes there’s the perfect ride — this one is short and the views are spectacular!  The trail meanders gently through farm fields along the Fraser River to Fort Langley. The trail is hard packed, a good ride for a confident rider. The…

#6 Ridge Meadows Dykes

Explore the flat and scenic dyke trails of Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge. Ridge/Meadows is great for biking along the Alouette River with views of the mountains and farm fields. This ride is one of the easiest, a favourite any time of…

#7 Shoreline Trail ~ Port Moody

If you build it, they will come! The Shoreline Trail Bike Path in Port Moody has been a success since the day it opened.  Families come from all over to cycle this easy and fun route on a separated…

#8 Steveston – South Dyke Trail

A favourite and easy ride — from art sculptures to boats, an old fishing village with many shops and restaurants, three museums, a boardwalk, wildlife — this ride has it all. There’s so many new things to see in…

#9 Pitt River Greenway

Along two rivers – where the Pitt River meets the Fraser is an easy trail — the Pitt Meadows Greenway, part of the TCT-TransCanada Trail. The dyke trail is hardpacked and a section weaves through the woods beside the river. You will see planes…

#10 Barnston Island + Surrey Bend Park

Here’s an easy ride that has the extra-added bonus of a ferry ride, too! It’s really a barge pushed by a tugboat, so that makes it all the better.  Surrey Bend Park is now open — explore the trails,…

#13 Cranberry Trail – Pitt Meadows

October is Cranberry Harvest in Pitt Meadows. Ride past two cranberry bogs on the Pitt River Greenway and watch small planes come and go at Pitt Meadows Airport! LINK to printable MAP PROOF-RIDING NEEDED (read more here) View Cranberry Trail –…

#14 Whistler Valley Trail

Whistler has miles of trails running through the valley. From Green Lake to Cheakamus there are easy paved trails for riders of all ages and abilities. Pick up a map in the village at the Tourist Information kiosk or…