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Alouette Lake

For those who like undulating road rides, views of snowcapped mountains, a huge lake with a beach, a campground, streams and nature trails … try the road to Alouette Lake in Maple Ridge. Distance: 36km Rating: Intermediate – mostly…

American Camp

SAN JUAN ISLAND is one of the largest islands and there are many routes and loops to explore. Traffic is minimal and the roads are good for biking. There are dozens of hotels and B+B’s to choose from.  Friday Harbour is…

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 8.5km on a paved and separated…

Around Richmond

Loop around Richmond’s many trails. Ride along the Middle Arm Dyke then follow West Dyke Trail. Circle Garry Point Park for views over the Salish Sea. Visit the historic fishing village of Steveston on the Fraser River and…

Around the Mountain

She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain on this ride! Loop around Burnaby Mountain ― hills, crunchy trails and a bit of Wahoo! singletrack. For the full route, start from Port Moody and climb up through the hills of Glenayre; or…

Barnston Island + Surrey Bend

Here’s an easy ride that has a bonus of a ferry ride! It’s really a barge pushed by a tugboat, so that makes it all the better. Start at Surrey Bend Park and explore the trails, then bike…

BC Parkway

For a great city ride through New Westminster, Burnaby and Vancouver, take the BC Parkway. The mostly flat route follows the Skytrain most of the way. It’s 18km long from the Fraser River to Trout Lake. I start at…

Belcarra Park + Sasamat Lake

How about a ride out to my neck of the woods ― Belcarra Park? It offers a variety of terrain: trails, shared roads, challenging hills, and a bit of singletrack. Visit Sasamat Lake, see views of Indian Arm, and…

Bellingham Interurban Trail

When you’re ready to explore a bit of singletrack and some trails south of the border, try the Bellingham Interurban Trail. The trailhead starts just south of Fairhaven along an old railbed that has been resurrected as a walking and…

Bellingham South Bay Trail

Bellingham has been busy building biking and pedestrian trails.  The South Bay Trail runs along the historic waterfront from Fairhaven towards Bellingham. It’s an easy ride for kids from 1- 99. More is planned but for the time being you will…

Bike The Bridge!

Ride the SeaBus to Lonsdale Quay­­, explore the North Shore Spirit Trail, ride over Lions Gate Bridge, and cruise through Stanley Park trails on this tour of the Port of Vancouver. Mostly flat on bikeways, trails, and quiet roads —…

Blue Heron Loop

Framed by the mountains in the north and circling blueberry fields, this is one of my favourite places to ride and walk. There’s some fun singletrack and rocky sections on this one so take your mountain bike. …

BMUT = Burnaby Mountain Urban Trail

The Burnaby Mountain Urban Trail - BMUT is fine anytime of the year, but especially on crisp fall days riding through piles of leaves. It’s an easy route - mostly flat on a paved and separated greenway. There are lunch…

BMUT to Gastown

The Evergreen Skytrain has opened lots of possibilities for one way rides. Starting from Lougheed Station, this route follows the Burnaby Mountain Urban Trail then Burnaby Scenic trail around Capitol Hill, continues on Portside Greenway along Burrard Inlet, and…

Boundary Bay Trail

Boundary Bay Park is a perfect place for beginning riders. There are many ways to enjoy the easy dyke trails. Start anywhere along the route or do the whole thing. Centennial Beach has an easy loop, Boundary Bay dyke…