CycloTouringBC, A British Columbia Cycling Coalition Program

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

Day Trippers, Weekend Wanderers, CycloTourists

The place for the Provincial CycloTouringBC route map

Your page to plan your next touring trip in British Columbia, with its mountain ranges, rainforests, deserts, sea coast, rivers and lakes, urban cities, fields of wineries and fruit, fertile market gardens, eagles soaring overhead, and streams paved with salmon.

On your trip, you may want to visit Cyclist-Friendly
retailers, eateries, accommodation providers, businesses, shops, and transportation providers.

For Media:  Your contact for cyclotouring information in British Columbia.




CycloTouringBC Blog

Articles on cyclotouring routes in British Columbia

This website is currently in development.  We thank you for your patience.
Pages will be available for your reading as soon as they are completed.  For your convenience, these pages will be highlighted on the home page along with links.
In the meantime, please visit our cyclotouring travel in BC blog.

The CycloTouringBC Program can be contacted by e-mail...


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...


Cyclist's Resources:

The CycloTouringBC Blog
Cycling touring route map of the province

Your cycling trip:
Would you like to write down your memories of your trip in British Columbia and have the article or photo blog posted on the CycloTouringBC Blog?
Send it us.
Tips on mapping your route.

Tips on writing blog posts (movie version) or (pdf version)

Your touring route:
Would you like to submit your route to be added to the provincial map: Send it to us in kml or some other form of gps file format along with a description of the route and why you feel the route should be included in the map.



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 cycling organizations

Or on:

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