WINTER 2015 – *** Jan – March 31st, 2015 ***
SPRING, SUMMER, FALL 2015 – *** April 1st – Oct 31st, 2015 ***
Departs: Daily 10am (All year round)
- 4.5 – 5 hours, ~20 km
- $85.00 including bike rental
- Easy/moderate – good for all levels of bikers
This tour encompasses Vancouver and highlights the very best sights, attractions, and biking that the city has to offer! It is a great way to start your visit to the city.
We ride at a leisurely pace to soak up the vibrant culture and beautiful sights that make Vancouver a world-class city. We start with a tour of world famous Stanley Park and pass by the English Bay, the hottest beach in the city. We hop a ferry over False Creek to discover amazing food and art at Granville Island. We take a 1 hour break to find lunch at the Market (on your own).
Next, we ride the seawall along the South side of False Creek enjoying beautiful views of Vancouver’s modern architecture framed by the North Shore Mountains. We pass the Olympic Village complex and Science World, learning about Expo ’86 and the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Finally, we go back in time to check out Vancouver’s vibrant Chinatown including a visit to Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Park and history-rich Gastown, learning about the city’s humble beginnings as a logging outpost and Gassy Jack’s pub.
We once again meet up with the Seawall and make our way back to the bike rental shop through beautiful coal harbour along the waterfont checking out the marinas and sea planes taking off.
Easy for beginner riders of basic fitness. Frequent stops, photo ops, flat trails make this an enjoyable ride and our most popular tour!
First trip to Vancouver I showed myself and my wife around Stanley Park and the city. It was OK. Today my wife booked a tour with CCT. It was awesome. Josh was our guide and we had the best 5 hour history lesson/ tour ever. He knows all about the history of Vancouver. You might think that is a long time to spend on a tour. It flew by. Finished at the best donut shop in the city. The weather was perfect but I am not sure he did that. This is a must do if you visit Vancouver (April 2014)