University of British Columbia of is one of the most beautiful campuses in the entire country, you will quickly see how it received that reputation when you ride your electric bike on the UBC Loop. The loops start at the corner of 10th and Blanca and heads towards the UBC highway that will bring you on a tour of the entire campus.
Stanley Park is so vast that it can be difficult to cover all its ground in one afternoon’s ebike session. It is an urban park that is filled with historic landmarks, scenic gardens, casual and upscale restaurants, sandy beaches, and Canada’s largest aquarium. You can choose to ride your bike on the over 14km’s of paved path that circles the park, or you can opt to ride on one of the bike trails that go through park giving you the opportunity to check out the Vancouver Rowing Club, Lost Lagoon, and the rose garden. The Stanley Park Seawall is one of the best rides you’ll find in Vancouver proper. It’s a paved path that runs along False Creek and Burrard Inlet, running from English Bay, around the Stanley Park point all the way to the Vancouver Convention Centre.
The greenway is one of the best ways to explore nature in Vancouver, British Columbia. It connects downtown Vancouver with the nearby municipalities of Burnaby and New Westminster, leading cyclists through metropolitan neighborhoods, along historic shopping districts and into scenic, natural areas. The 24 km route starts from Science World and ends at New Westminster. It allows bikers to get close to various recreation facilities in the area.
If you want to see beaches and Vancouver’s waterfront areas, then you should consider following this route. You start at Sunset Beach where you share the path with joggers and roller bladers. Next, follow the path that circles False Creek where you will find various museums that include the Vancouver Maritime Museum and Science World. Foodies might be tempted to take a detour to Granville Island, which is known for its array of dining options, waterfront patios and the famous Granville Island Public Market. The ride ends at Kitsilano Beach, where you will find people playing outdoor games along the grass areas and sandy beaches.
Another place to ride your electric bike in Vancouver is the Traboulay PoCo Trail. It takes you from Downtown Port Coquitlam through natural and urban terrain, then back to the community centre. If you love nature, then you can make a stop at the Colony Farm Regional Park.
Vancouver was made for biking. Centuries of volcanic activity bestowed a rolling landscape on the city and the surrounding region that have made it an ideal place for putting rubber to pavement.