A bike-friendly city provides the option for people to cycle comfortably, contributing to the health, well-being, and vibrancy of our community.

Victoria’s compact urban environment and relatively flat topography makes riding a bike a great option for many. Cycling facilities in the City include All Ages and Abilities (AAA) routes (including protected bike lanes, shared-use neighbourhoood bikeways and multi-use pathways), as well as signed bike routes, advisory bike lanes, painted bike lanes, and buffered painted bike lanes.

Click here for a map of safer, more comfortable Alll Ages and Abiliites (AAA) routes.

Map of all cycling facilities in Victoria:

Click on the map above to navigate to the most recent version of the map.

Want to learn more about bikes, and how to ride them? The new edition of Bike Sense from the BC Cycling Coalition is available online here

All Ages and Abilities
Cycling Network

Current Projects

Bike Parking