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Crosstown + Queens Park

Summertime is a great time to head out on the Crosstown Greenway to Queens Park in New Westminster. From 22nd Street Station to Braid Station ride by heritage houses, visit Queens Park, ride the easy Millennium Trail, then explore…

Portside Bikeway

Follow the Vancouver shoreline on Portside Bikeway. See the Container Port, tugs and fireboats, and enjoy views of The Lions and North Shore mountains. Explore New Brighton Park’s easy trails and discover the greenways and gardens of Hastings Park.…

Burnaby Lakes + Creeks

Visit Burnaby’s two largest lakes on this route. Start at Stoney Creek, explore Burnaby Lake and Deer Lake then return via the CVG - Central Valley Greenway along the Brunette River.…

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…

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…

Evergreen Skytrain Cycling

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…

Colony Farm

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

Fort to Fort Trail

Sometimes there’s the perfect ride — this is one of my favourites — the river and valley views are spectacular. The route follows the The Great Trail through farm fields along the Fraser River to Fort Langley. For a…

Stanley Park

The Stanley Park Seawall is Vancouver’s most famous ride. Part of The Great Trail, dozens of people ride this popular route every day, especially on weekends. Once the kids are confident on their bikes this is a great ride.…

Seymour Valley

Ride in the Seymour Lower Conservation Reserve on a car-free paved multi-use trail rolling through the forest to the Seymour Dam. A great ride on a hot summer’s day under the canopy of hundred-year-old trees. Bring a picnic and…

Ridge Meadows Dykes

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

Shoreline Trail

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

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.…

Pitt River Greenway

This section of The Great Trail runs along the Pitt and Fraser rivers. You’ll ride by cranberry fields, see planes come and go from the Pitt Meadows Airport, and can have lunch at Stomping Grounds in Osprey Village.…

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…