CycloTouringBC

CycloTouringBC, A British Columbia Cycling Coalition Program

 

The CycloTouringBC Program

 

 


 

CycloTouringBC Blog

Articles on cyclotouring routes in British Columbia

CycloTouringBC, the “GO-TO” organization for cycling tourism in British Columbia

For Businesses:  Showcasing retailers and businesses that cyclotourists frequent.  Support for growing your market and customers.  
For Governments:  Support for growing your local economy.  Attracting more cyclotourists.  Showcasing your region globally.
For Media:  Your contact for cyclotouring information in British Columbia.

The objective of the CycloTouringBC Program is to substantially increase cycling tourist traffic in this province, allowing local economies and its retailers and businesses to benefit from the presence of cyclotourist visits.

 

 

CycloTouringBC Route Map Map: British Columbia Cycling Touring Routes

Your Region... a CycloTouring Mecca

A cycling touring route map for the province is under development. With the roll-out of the CycloTouringBC's Region Engagement Program to your region; cycling touring routes, businesses, and destinations will appear on the map. Want it to happen, then contact the CycloTouringBC Program by e-mail...

 

Vision for British Columbia

British Columbia is a global magnate for day-trippers, weekend wanderers, and multi-day cyclotourists and the first choice for annual cyclotouring trips, resulting in provincial highways and byways being crowded with cyclotourists.  Drawing cyclotourists locally, regionally, provincially, nationally, and globally (and especially from nearby Cascadia and Washington) to explore 10,000 km of provincial cyclotouring routes.

 

Interested in starting the conversation to bring this program to your retail location or your business and region, then read one of the brochures:

For retailers and businesses
For business organizations
For regional and local governments
For cycling organizations

Or on:

The CycloTouringBC Vision for this province and its Program and Services
The Regional Engagement Program