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Our most recommended British Columbia Bike Tours

Vancouver Bicycle Tour

1. Vancouver Bicycle Tour

Explore Vancouver's highlights on a guided bike tour to the city's top sights and districts. See more in less time as you peddle by Beaver Lake and along English Bay. Take a ferry across False Creek and view the Olympic Village complex and Gastown.  Meet your group at the bike rental shop in downtown Vancouver and put on your helmet. Listen to a safety briefing before taking off along flat, protected bikeways. Travel at a leisurely pace, allowing you to soak up the city's vibrant culture. Start with a tour of the world-famous Stanley Park including the stunning seawall and the mesmerizing forested trails within. Wave to the beavers at Beaver Lake and marvel at the towering trees. Cycle through English Bay, home to some of the hottest beaches in the city. Hop on a ferry over False Creek to discover amazing food and art at Granville Island. You'll have a one-hour break, leaving you time to find some lunch in the area. Travel along the seawall that follows False Creek. Take in the city skyline framed by the North Shore Mountains. Pass by the Olympic Village complex and Science World. Hear about Expo ’86 and the 2010 Winter Olympics. Finally, travel back in time to check out Vancouver’s vibrant Chinatown including a visit to the Dr Sun Yat Sen Chinese Gardens and history-rich Gastown. Learn about the city’s beginnings as a logging outpost and hear about infamous Gassy Jack. See Vancouver's first pub before heading to the seawall and making your way back to the bike shop through Coal Harbor. One last look at waterfront provides a great view of marinas and seaplanes taking off and landing.

Whistler: Guided eBike Adventure

2. Whistler: Guided eBike Adventure

Experience the breathtaking scenery of Wilderness Valley on this eBike tour. Tours depart at 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 5:00 PM, so you can choose a time that suits you. Explore Wilderness Valley and visit an active bear den, 3 glacial-fed Alpine lakes, 500-year-old ancient cedar stands, fishing holes, bird sanctuaries, and beaver lodges along the way. See Whistler only airport, a seaplane harbor, and bike along the River of Golden Dreams and Romance before you reach the last stop, Rainbow Park. There will be stops along the way to take photos, and your guide will teach you about the local flora and fauna of the Wilderness Valley.

Banff: 4-Hour E-Bike and Walking Tour in Johnston Canyon

3. Banff: 4-Hour E-Bike and Walking Tour in Johnston Canyon

See the best of Johnston Canyon and Bow Valley Parkway by combining cycling and hiking on this 4-hour guided tour. Ride with your guide through Vermilion Lakes, then make your way up the Legacy Trail. Ride along Bow Valley Parkway and ditch your e-bikes for your hiking boots as you hike up Johnston Canyon. Enjoy spectacular views of the Lower Falls Bridge and see wildlife along the way, including deer, elk, and bears. Enjoy your return shuttle back to Banff. Relax and admire the views on your way after a total of 26 kilometers of cycling and 3 kilometers of walking.

Vancouver: Stanley Park Bicycle Tour

4. Vancouver: Stanley Park Bicycle Tour

Stanley Park is truly one of the most beautiful parks in the world. This unique 3-hour guided tour includes a perfect mixture of forest exploration, seaside cruising and city riding. Meet your group at the bike rental shop in Downtown Vancouver to begin your tour of the park and city. During a safety briefing, you’ll be fitted with a bike and helmet. You'll ride in small groups and follow flat, protected bikeways. Traveling at a leisurely pace, you can soak up the natural beauty of the park. After riding through some picturesque neighborhoods of Vancouver including the West End and English Bay, you'll find yourself at the entrance to the jewel of the city: Stanley Park. Your guide will escort you through the park making stops along the way, sharing in-depth information about the biodiversity of the temperate rainforest, the history of the coastal First Nations and their legendary totem poles, as well as an abundance of hidden treasures and stories that the park has accumulated over its 125-year history. Stanley Park is uniquely situated with incredibly scenic views of Downtown Vancouver, the North Shore, The Lion’s Gate Bridge, as well as English Bay and the West End. This easy 12 km ride showcases the great natural beauty of Vancouver.

Banff Townsite: E-Bike Explorer

5. Banff Townsite: E-Bike Explorer

See Banff's highlights with a guided E-bike tour, traveling through Banff Townsite on a round trip with a distance of 16 km. Follow your guide and see the best of Banff Townsite on your own E-bike. Perfect for families, first-timers, and avid explorers. Discover the highlights as you pass Bow Falls, Surprise Corner, Banff Springs Hotel, Banff Downtown and Cave, and Basin National Historic Site.

Vancouver: Stanley Park & Downtown Morning Guided Bike Tour

6. Vancouver: Stanley Park & Downtown Morning Guided Bike Tour

Cycle around Vancouver for three hours of sightseeing and history on this exciting guided bike tour. Peddle from Vancouver's West End to the colourful Davie Street Village and on to the historical Mole Hill neighbourhood. After learning about Vancouver's Greenest City Action Plan, cycle across town on AAA grade bike paths (All Ages and Abilities). Stop in Robson Square to see the heart of the city and the Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza. Admire the combination of modern architecture and historical buildings surrounding the square, and uncover more of the city's history and future plans. Enjoy gorgeous panoramic views of the North Shore mountains as you cycle to the waterfront Convention Centre area. Spot highlights such as the Olympic Cauldron and Digital Orca sculpture. Ride along the Vancouver seawall to Stanley Park. Enjoy the natural setting and hear about the park's unique flora and fauna. Then, discover the history of the local aboriginal peoples at Totem Park. Experience firsthand the incredible totems produced by First Nation artists of the Pacific Northwest. Spot attractions such as Lady in a Wetsuit and the Empress of Japan figurehead as you continue your cycle along the coast to Beaver Creek Path, where you can dismount and explore. Then, ride beneath the iconic Lions Gate Bridge to Siwash Rock and Third Beach before finishing your tour at English Bay (First Beach) where the tour began.

Canmore: Highlights Electric Bike Guided Tour

7. Canmore: Highlights Electric Bike Guided Tour

Explore Canmore's beautiful landmarks on a gudied tour by electric bike. See the Engine Bridge, Northwest Mounted Police Barracks, and fantastic views along the Bow River. Just outside of Banff National Park lies the charming mountain town of Canmore. With its storied origins as a coal mining town transitioning to Olympic Event Centre and now a popular film location, Canmore has become one of the most desirable mountain towns in the world. Explore some of its extensive system of trails surrounded by jaw-dropping mountain views.

2:00PM Bike Tour of Gastown, Chinatown, Granville Island

8. 2:00PM Bike Tour of Gastown, Chinatown, Granville Island

Start your tour at the sandy shores of English Bay. Follow the beach path east with your bike tour guide. Stop along False Creek seawall to view the colourful "Giants" mural by Osgemeos. Leave the seawall and head into the Yaletown district for a quick stop at the Roundhouse Community Centre. See the first train across Canada and hear about Vancouver's connection to the railroad. Return to the seawall and bike through the stadium district, alongside BC Place, The Park Casino and Rogers Arena. Skip across the city to Gastown, Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood. Hear the story of Gassy Jack, stop at the Vancouver Steamclock and gaze up at the impressive design of the Woodwards Tower. Slide over to Chinatown for a peak inside the meditative Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Gardens. Learn about the important role the Chinese played in the development of Canada and hear the quirky story of the Chinatown otter. Pedal through Strathcona, Vancouver's first residential neighbourhood. Pause in front of Nora Hendrix's house and hear Vancouver's connection to the legendary guitar player. Stop for a tasty treat at La Casa Gelato, the Guinness World Record setting ice cream shop with 238 flavours to choose from. Ride through the Olympic Athlete's Village as you return west along the south side of False Creek. Cycle onto Granville Island for a slow roll past the artisan shops and remaining factory elements. Park the bikes and putter through the over 100 stalls in the Granville Island Public Market. Return to the bikes for a quick sea jaunt across False Creek on the Aquabus ferry system. Arrive back at the bike shop for a quick tour debrief, recommendation list and Instagram selfie!

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

9. Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Use the live GPS map on your smartphone app to creation your own itinerary for Stanley park in Vancouver with this audio tour. Use the app offline to save your data. Hear commentary automatically play at points like Hallelujah Point, Beaver Lake, and the Lord Stanley statue. Begin at the busy Stanley Park Causeway and follow the seawall all the way around the park. Have the option of stopping at points of interest in the park's interior. Get suggestions on attractions to see like Nature House and the Vancouver Aquarium. Learn about the creation of Stanley Park and its history. Delve into the geology of the area. Hear about the lost lagoon, Beaver lake, the hollow tree, and the devastating wind storm of 2006. Uncover the history of Hallelujah Point, Deadman’s Island, and the naval reserve. Check out the statues of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns, the Olympian Harry Jerome, and the park’s namesake, Lord Stanley. See the Nine O’Clock Gun, the SS Empress of Japan figurehead, and the 'Girl in a Wetsuit' statue Take a break on one of the logs at Third Beach, or visit the historic Stanley Park Pavilion. Admire views at Brockton Point and the Prospect Point. View Lions Gate Bridge. Tour the Rhododendron, Rose, and Rock gardens and hear the history behind the Malkin Bowl.

Jasper: Jasper National Park Guided E-Bike Tour with Meal

10. Jasper: Jasper National Park Guided E-Bike Tour with Meal

Embark on guided e-bike tour of through Jasper National Park while visiting some of the most delectable restaurants tucked away in the wilderness. See such iconic Jasper landmarks as Maligne Canyon, Lac Beauvert, and the Athabasca River. After picking up the rentals in town, the group will head out to visit three restaurants. At each of the restaurants be served a mouth-watering local dish to help you fuel-up until the next stop. Enjoy hearty portions at wilderness restaurants that are a joy to discover. Each one has its own unique specialties. From smoked meats and refined dishes to sumptuous desserts. Ride by beautiful blue-green lakes, scenic forest paths, mountain vistas, beaches, canyons, rivers, and viewpoints. Hear local stories and history from your guide. Find out about Jasper's hidden Karst system of caves and the earliest visitors to Jasper. Walk along the 50-meter deep Maligne Canyon, view stunning waterfalls, fossils and narrow limestone corridors. Stop at the Wilderness Kitchen before heading to a beach to dip your feet in the spectacular, glacier-fed Lake Edith and Lake Annette (if time permits). Finally, visit the Thompson's Terrace at the Fairmont Golf Club for the second part of your meal. Return to your meeting point full of facts, stories, and delectable dishes.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 75 reviews

A great way to see an eclectic city on an informative and enjoyable tour. Our guide Paulo (Alice Cooper's older brother) was engaging and had a wealth of knowledge of his home city. I was impressed how his guests safety was forefront of the tour. Happy to educate the city drivers about their due care and attention to cyclists. I would plan the tour as a first thing to do when visiting the city as it offers a plethora of areas and sites to further explore. Highly recommend this tour.

This was such an awesome tour. Mark was great and had lots of recommendations. The biking is relatively easy, and moves at a good leisurely rate. Loved hearing all the information Mark shared with the group. Definitely a must-do when in Vancouver!

It was an amazing tour. Got to see lots on the 5 hour tour.

I enjoyed the route, the history, and the comlpany.

Well organized, great guide (Matt) great equipment