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The Grand Bike Tour

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Availability

Daily 10am + additional

Easy / Moderate

Flat riding, 95% AAA bike paths

Duration & Distance

5 Hours, 2 Hours riding

Tour Rates

Adult $89.95 + GST

VANCOUVER ENCOMPASSED

Join us for a journey around one of the most beautiful cities in the world! We’ll 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 Vancouver!

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Cycle through old-growth forests in Stanley Park

Learn about the Coastal First Nations people, get to know the local flora and fauna, and experience the changing landscape from beachfront to rainforest and beyond.

Take in the bustling Public Market at Granville Island

Indulge your senses with an array of market stalls, food vendors and artisan shops. Grab a souvenir or a snack for the road — with so much variety there’s something for everyone!

Learn about Vancouver’s roots in Chinatown and Gastown

Vancouver’s wild frontier-time origin story is as rough as the cobblestone streets of Gastown, but don’t worry: our guides make riding through this blast-from-the-past a breeze.

Tour Itinerary

This bike tour encompasses Downtown 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 and discover your surroundings.

We begin with a tour of world-famous Stanley Park, riding trails through old-growth forest and taking in the spectacular sights of the seawall. After riding through English Bay past some of the hottest beaches in the city, we hop on a ferry over False Creek to Granville Island, known city-wide for its arts and culture scene as well as its great food and shopping. Guests enjoy a break from riding to find lunch at the Public Market, with dozens of vendors to choose from.

Next, we follow the seawall along the south side of False Creek, taking in 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 the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden. Nearby is historic Gastown, Vancouver’s first downtown core, where we’ll learn about Gassy Jack’s first pub as well as the city’s humble beginnings as a logging outpost.

We once again join the seawall and make our way towards home through beautiful Coal Harbour, riding along the waterfront and checking out the marinas and the seaplane port.

This bike tour is easy for riders of basic fitness. Frequent stops, photo ops, and flat trails make this an enjoyable ride and our most popular tour!


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