2022 cycling maps will be available digitally and in print beginning spring 2022.
See below for pick-up locations and order of over 50.
Print copies of the 2021 map are still available and can be ordered below.
Biking in our region
If you ride your bike into or out of Vancouver, view cycling maps from TransLink External website, opens in new tab, the regional transportation agency that operates Vancouver's transit system.
Plan your route with our cycling map
Our annual cycling map details all bikeways and greenways in the city. It uses different line styles to highlight the most comfortable routes for people of all ages and abilities. It also provides important tips and resources to help keep you safe and happy while riding.
Pick up in person beginning spring 2022
- City Hall information desk (453 West 12th Avenue, Ground Floor, open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm - enter through the north entrance)
- Vancouver Public Library branches
- Vancouver Community Centres
- The Bicycle Valet
- Granville Island location (7 days a week, 10:30am to 5:30pm, during spring and summer)
Are you a cycle shop, school, cycling club, community group, event, or tourism office?
Order 50 or more of our 2019 cycling route maps to share.
Important note 2022 maps will be available in spring 2022.
Orders are filled once per month, and you will be contacted once they are ready for pick up. You will then have two weeks to pick up your order from City Hall (453 West 12th Ave, Ground Floor, open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm – enter through the North entrance). Please allow up to six weeks for your order to be processed.
All fields are required unless marked optional.
Plan your cycling trip
Find out about Vancouver's protected bike lanes – how they work, where they are, and how often they get used.
We install bike parking throughout Vancouver. Learn about our types of bike parking and how to request new bike parking.
Find out how to set up and use a secure bicycle parking service to encourage concert-goers, sports fans, and others to ride their bike to festivals and community events.