Explore Delta Biking

There are so many ways to #ExploreDelta. How about on a bike?

 With scenic ocean views, farm fields, and cozy cafes, Delta is perfect for an outdoor adventure this summer. Whether you are on a date, out with the whole family, or exploring with friends, discover Delta from your bike.

For the Biking Pro

The Delta Watershed trails are great to explore for slightly more pro riders looking for a challenging ride. Visit the City of Delta website for a trail map to plan your adventure. Pack a  lunch for a picnic in the meadow in the middle of the park. To finish off a day of riding, check out 120 Public House or Four Winds Brewing for a cold brew or to fill up a growler to take home. Before you take off for your biking adventure, don't forget to stop in at Cap's for a quick tune-up to get your bike ready for the season.

For the Family 

If you're looking for a family day outing with the littles, Boundary Bay trails are perfect for beginner cyclists. Completely separated from vehicle traffic, these wide, packed gravel paths are totally flat and safe for new riders. Check out the Dyke Trails for an easy and scenic ride, or take a break at Centennial Beach to take in the views or for a fun family picnic. To stock up on food for picnic supplies, stop in at Newman's Fine Foods before you hit the trails.

For Dinner + A Ride 

For a sunny Saturday or day trip, check out Stoked Ebike Rentals to rent bikes for a day to explore in South Delta. Take a tour around Ladner Village and stop in at the local shops and cafes. Take a ride around Tsawwassen for scenic views and tasty dining options. With e-bikes, it's easy to get around and makes for a fun day trip out of the city for Vancouver locals, or for visitors looking for a different way to explore.

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