Cycle on an E-bike through Stanley Park on the world famous Seawall, cruise effortlessly uphill to Prospect Point, bike around gorgeous False Creek and see the vibrant urban neighborhoods of Downtown Vancouver. Electric Bikes make the experience a breeze for all fitness levels. You must be able to comfortably ride a normal bike to join this tour.
What customers are saying about Epic Electric Bike Tour
Exploring the city on e bikes We had a great ride exploring the city. Lana was a great guide providing lots of insight to various parts of the city. I would recommend the trip.
Wonderful E-bike tour This was an incredible tour. Our guide Lana was easy to listen to, knowledgeable and pleasant. Beautiful scenery combined with a little exercise and interesting information on Vancouver’s history.
Epic bike tour Kim was our guide. She was an excellent guide and was very knowledgeable. We would take another tour with Kim- she's the best!
While not mandatory, tipping is appropriate and our guides certainly appreciate it for a job well done! As in other service-based industries, tipping encourages the outstanding service that our guides continue to provide. Please consider this when planning your monetary needs on the tour.
What time should I arrive for the tour? What if I’m late?Erin Anderson2023-06-29T09:10:27-07:00
Please arrive no less than 15 minutes in advance of your tour departure so that you have time to sign a waiver form and be fitted for bike and helmet.
Tours start promptly at the time stated. We cannot wait for late guests as this affects the experience of other riders. If you are late, please try calling as we may be able to help you catch up to the group.
Where do the bike tours start and end?Erin Anderson2023-06-29T09:13:15-07:00
Yes, please book a bike tour in advance as space is limited. You can book your desired tour and departure time on our bookings page. If you’d like to join a tour departing in the next 24 hours, please contact us directly to see if we can find you a place.
What if it rains on the day of my bike tour?Erin Anderson2023-06-29T09:09:46-07:00
Our city is located in a Temperate Coastal Rainforest climate, so it does rain here regularly. As Vancouverites, we don’t let “liquid sunshine” keep us from riding and our tours depart rain or shine. You can still have an amazing tour if dressed for the weather, and we provide light ponchos for your use.
Our 24 hour cancellation policy allows you to cancel the day before if the forecast looks bad. Tour guests can now also pay an additional 7% fee to extend the cancellation policy to 1 Hr before departure for those that prefer to make a last minute decision.
Please Note: June, July, August and September are typically the driest months of the year, but it is wise to bring along an extra layer just in case the forecast indicates a chance of rain (local forecast).
What is your cancellation policy?Erin Anderson2023-06-29T09:20:50-07:00
You can cancel your booking for a full refund with minimum 24 hours notice before your departure time. Due to limited space on our public tours, no refund is possible within 24 hours of tour departure. Read our cancellation policy for more details.
Please Note: We may be able to reschedule your booking if unforeseen circumstances arise. This is based on tour availability.
Easy – suitable for all levels of riding! A few small hills.
Great for familes and people with only a half day to see the sights!
A perfect mixture of both trail riding and seawall cruising in one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Learn about the abundance of hidden treasures and stories the park has accum-ulated over its 125-year history.
Easy to moderate flat riding on 99% AAA bike paths.
Complete city tour including Stanley Park,World Famous Seawall, Granville Island, Chinatown & Gastown.
Cycle through Stanley Park, visit bustling Granville Island Market, and learn about Vancouver’s roots in Chinatown and Gastown. The best way to orient yourself and learn about the city is on our most popular Vancouver bike tour!
With great respect for the original and enduring inhabitants of these lands, we acknowledge that we work, live, and ride on the Ancestral & Unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Peoples.