The following links are grouped under geographic area (provincial, regional, municipal) and cycling associations.
- Ministry of Transportation has cycling information that includes provincial cycling policy and Motor Vehicle Act links plus the schedule of the Massey Tunnel bike shuttle.
- Vancouver Airport Authority has developed a network of on- and off-street bike routes on Sea Island.
- Trans Canada Trail contains information on the 22,000-kilometre long Trans Canada Trail. Cycling BC's Trans Canada Trail web site has further information (including maps) on BC's portion of the Trail, which will travel from the Rockies in the east, through the Kootenays, the Okanagan, the Fraser Valley and the Vancouver Lower Mainland area to Victoria.
- BC Ferries connects the Mainland with the Gulf Islands and Vancouver Island, as well as with the Sunshine Coast. Bicycles are accepted on all ferries, however, there is no designated storage space available. Bikes can normally be left on the car decks. For schedule and fare information, contact BC Ferries (1-888-BCFERRY or 1-888-223-3779).
- Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC) has a number of cycling publications and information sheets for both children and adults available on its web site. See our Cycling Safety Resources section for a complete list.
- TransLink is the regional transportation authority and is responsible for bus service in the region, the SeaBus to the North Shore, and SkyTrain. Bike services include bus bike racks and bike lockers at SkyTrain stations and Park and Ride lots. For schedule and fare information, contact TransLink Customer Service (604-953-3333). TransLink has also developed the Regional Vancouver Cycling Map & Guide. You can purchase the printed map from designated vendors.
- Metro Vancouver (GVRD) is responsible for delivering essential utility services such as sewage treatment and drinking water to the areas citizens as well as various activities related to environmental stewardship and the liveability of the region. Many of its regional parks offer designated bike trails or shared hike/bike trails.
- Better Environmentally Sound Transportation (BEST) is a non-profit society that is committed to making our communities healthier places to live by promoting sustainable transportation and land-use planning, and pedestrian, cycling and transit-oriented neighbourhoods.
The following links take you to the home pages of municipalities in the Lower Mainland (in alphabetical order). Additional links are provided to maps of their cycling and/or trail networks, if available.
- Village of Anmore - BC Hydro's website includes information on the trails around Buntzen Lake.
- Village of Belcarra - the web site has maps of nearby parks, such as Belcarra Regional Park.
- Bowen Island Municipality
- City of Burnaby - the city's extensive cycling network includes urban trails, on-street bike routes and cycle roads that cater to cyclists of varying abilities.
- City of Coquitlam - information on cycling includes a map of the city's Bicycle Network Plan (pdf).
- Corporation of Delta - the Delta Routes map (PDF) includes local and regional cycling routes.
- City of Langley - a map of existing and proposed bicycle routes is available.
- Township of Langley - an overall map of bicycles routes in Langley is available as well as more detailed maps of local areas such as Fort Langley.
- District of Maple Ridge - this bicycle network map shows both Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows bike routes.
- City of New Westminster - a guide to cycling and walking routes is available.
- City of North Vancouver - cycling information includes a map of the city and district Bicycle Master Plan.
- District of North Vancouver - the District's cycling pages include its bikeway map.
- City of Pitt Meadows - the City's trails and walkways page lists local on-street and off-street cycling routes including suggested scenic tours.
- City of Port Coquitlam - the City's trails section includes a map of the Trabouley PoCo Trail.
- City of Port Moody - a PDF map of the city's existing and proposed bike routes.
- City of Surrey - a map is available of the city's existing Bicycle Route Network.
- University of BC - UBC's Trek Program Centre has information on biking to and from UBC.
- City of Vancouver - the City's web site has extensive information on cycling, including maps of its bicycle routes.
- District of West Vancouver
- City of White Rock - a map is available of the City's parks and existing Bicycle Routes.
- British Columbia Cycling Coalition - a non-profit society that represents the interests of cyclists provincially and seeks to secure their recognition in policy and programs affecting transportation cycling.
- BC Randonneurs Cycling Club - organizes rides in accordance to the rules of randonneur cycling, sometimes referred to as marathon cycling, which can be defined as fast long-distance cycling.
- Cycling British Columbia - a not-for-profit association that is the sole provincial sport governing body for mountain bike racing, road racing and track racing.
- North Shore Mountain Bike Association provides information on trails and resources for mountain bikers on the North Shore.
- Richmond Bicycle Club - a recreational cycling club that offers on-road adult club rides every weekend at medium speeds. Contact Muriel at 604-277-3187 for more information.
- Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition - a registered non-profit organisation formed to present a clear voice for transportation cycling in the Vancouver-Lower Mainland area.
- Vancouver Bicycle Club a recreational cycling club for all types of riders that offers road rides, mountain bike rides and both supported and unsupported tours.