Cycling at UBC is a fast and fun way to get around the campus!

So we’re arming you up with the resources you need to have a great cycling experience. Watch and share our new video series with tips on how to cycle on campus, and how to access all of UBC’s great cycling resources. Use the link below to tweet us your own #ibike here story!

Watch the story of how Christine came to bike to UBC.

Learn about UBC’s Bike Smart Pledge!

And visit the Bike Kitchen, UBC’s own on campus, full service bike shop!

So you’ve watched our videos and decided to give biking around campus a shot? Here’s everything you need to know about cycling at UBC:

Cycling Maps

Getting to know your way to and from campus is always a good place to start! Cycling Metro Vancouver has a great cycling route planner, or check out the maps below.

UBC now has slow cycling zones within the pedestrian core, remember to use hand signals and ring your bell! The quick cycling routes are a great alternative to the core during busy times like class changes.

Getting Around the Academic Core


Construction and Detours

To help plan your route, take a look at the current construction activity around campus.

Keep Your Bike Safe!

While we want you to be safe on your bike, we know its important to keep your bike safe too. That’s why we provide bike parking at every building on campus, as well as free shared bike cages across the campus. If you’re looking for the highest level of security, check out our bike lockers located across campus and rentable for $10/month.

Bike Skills Training

UBC offers free cycling training courses twice a year as part of Bike to Work week; once in the Fall and once in the Spring. To sign up, register for our Fall session here.

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