Want to take in all of Vancouver's highlights in one tour? We've got you covered. From the must-see sites of downtown Vancouver to the natural beauty that lies just outside the city, this tour has something for everyone, and it's a one-stop-shop for visiting Vancouver.
We will kick off our tour with the world-famous Stanley Park, enjoying trails through old-growth forest and marveling at the spectacular sights of the seawall. After checking out some of the hottest beaches in English Bay, we'll hop on a ferry over False Creek to Granville Island, known for its array of food, culture, and shopping. You can enjoy a break here while strolling through the Public Market. Grab a bite or a souvenir or just kick back and and take it all in.
Continuing on, we'll follow the seawall along the south side of False Creek where we will have the opportunity to see Vancouver's modern architecture framed by the North Shore Mountains; a truly breathtaking view. We will also see the Olympic Village complex and Science World, stopping here to chat about Expo ’86 and the 2010 Winter Olympics.
A visit to Vancouver wouldn't be complete without stopping in the city's vibrant Chinatown district. We'll pass through here and take time to stop at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden. Just around the corner we'll find historic Gastown, the city's first official downtown. We'll also stop here to talk about Gassy Jack’s famous pub and imagine the now modern city as a humble logging outpost.
This tour is great for casual riders as we'll maintain a leisurely pace over the course of the day. There are frequent stops, photo opportunities, and no significant inclines which makes this an enjoyable ride and our most popular tour!
|• The Seawall Bike Trail||• Stanley Park|
|• Granville Island Market||• Olympic Village|
|• False Creek||• Chinatown|
|• Gastown||• Views of the North Shore Mountains|
This tour departs from Cycle City Bike Shop located at 646 Hornby St., Vancouver BC, V6C 2G2.
This tour departs from Cycle City Bike Shop, located at 646 Hornby St., Vancouver BC, V6C 2G2.
We ask that all guests have and wear a mask while indoor and whenever a 6 foot/2 meter distance cannot be maintained. We are committed to sanitizing all of our equipment regularly and following the latest government protocol.
We’re happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour departure. Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.
We operate our tours rain or shine and highly recommend that you consult the forecast before arriving for your tour. If there are severe weather conditions, we will reach out to cancel/reschedule.
We ask that all guests be at least 9 years old, and that anyone under 16 years old is accompanied by an adult. If you have younger children, thanks for reaching out to us about a private family tour.
You can choose between a comfortable city bike, a hybrid bike, or an electric bike. Our electric bikes are great for anyone concerned about their fitness level or looking for a bit of an extra boost. These bikes are only available for those 16 years or older, and there is a $25 upgrade fee.
Unfortunately due to the nature of this tour, we ask that all participants start and end the tour as a group. We will be riding a significant distance (14 miles/23 kilometers) and there won't be a great opportunity to direct you back to our starting point once we depart. We will also be taking a ferry ride to Granville Island about mid-way through the tour.
Yes, British Columbia law requires that all cyclists wear helmets. All helmets are fully sanitized before and after each use and provided free of charge.
We will be together for about 5 hours, 2.5 of which will be easy riding. We'll cover approximately 14 miles/23 kilometers throughout the tour. This is our easiest tour as we maintain an leisurely pace and stop frequently.
Of course! You are welcome to bring your larger bags along at the start of the tour and leave them in our shop until we return.
The bike, helmet, and knowledgable local guide are all encompassed in the tour price. There is a British Colombia sales tax of 5% that will be calculated at the time of checkout. During the tour, we'll stop at the Public Market on Granville Island which is full of shops, eateries, and vendors of all sorts. We recommend bringing cash or card along should you wish to purchase snacks or souvenirs as purchases here are not included in the tour price. Gratuities are also at your discretion at the end of the tour.
Yes! We recommend bringing small bags and extra layers as they can easily be carried in the basket. We also recommend bringing along a water bottle, or you are welcome to purchase water at our shop.
We ask that everyone arrives 15 minutes early to get fitted for bikes and to ensure an on-time departure. Unfortunately, we cannot wait for late arrivals.