Januray 17, 2019

Canada Welcomes the World

Since the first Tour du Canada in 1988, cyclists from more than 20 countries have joined us on our rides. Canada is a multicultural country that welcomes the world and it's a great place to ride a bike.

Cycle Canada Classics.Our lineup for 2019 includes classic rides first staged in the early 1990s. Since then we have added new tours that explore the friendly quiet roads of this diverse nation.


  • Tour du Canada Certificate

    Tour du Canada 2019

    now is in its 4th decade. Nearly 1000 cyclists having completed this cross-Canada ride. Learn more:  Tour du Canada
  • Dempster Highway cycling to Tuktoyaktuk

    Dempster Highway

    Ride to Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean in 2019 with a Whitehorse start: Dempster Highway The complete Tour Arctic, coast to coast from the Pacific Ocean in Vancouver to the Arctic Ocean at Tuktoyaktuk, will be staged in 2020. Plan ahead and register now: Tour Arctic
  • Cyclist on Icefields parkway

    Tour Pacific

    , the classic west coast trip, from Vancouver to Calgary via the Icefields Parkway: Tour Pacific
  • Haida Gwaii Cyclists on a hike

    Biking and Hiking on Haida Gwaii

    Ride from Vancouver B.C. to to islands that are the Galapagos of the north: Vancouver Island and Haida Gwaii
  • Rest Stop on the BiQue Ride

    The BiQue Ride

    links two great cities, Toronto and Montreal. Follow quiet roads, sections of Ontario's Waterfront Trail and Quebec's Route Verte. The BiQue Ride
  • Tour Vert Cyclists

    Tour Vert

    Montreal to Quebec City through the eastern townships of Quebec. Come to Canada and see Europe. We'll travel on sections of the Route Verte: Tour Vert
  • Cyclists looking out at the Cabot Trail

    Cabot Trail

    Starting and ending in Sydney, Nova Scotia, it is a clockwise loop around Cape Breton's spectacular Cabot Trail .
  • Niagara Vineyards Cyclists

    Niagara Vineyards

    Niagara Vineyards is a leisurely late summer tour at harvest time in Ontario's fruit and wine growing district. Learn more: Niagara Vineyards
  • CFall Colours

    P'tit Train

    We hope to capture as many fall colours as we can in the Laurentian districts of greater Ottawa and Quebec. P'tit Train.
  • Group of cyclists on Cycle Canada's Century Ride

    Century Ride:

    Again in 2019 we'll start just north of Toronto to get on quieter roads much earlier. Options for those arriving by car and by subway at the new Vaughan subway stop. Learn more: Cycle Canada Century Ride
  • Welcome to Canada

    Travelling across borders? Here's a tip sheet for the U.S. to Canada crossing: Border Crossing.

Tour du Canada Bursary

Tour du Canada cyclists jumping in the air

Do you know of a young person who would find riding across Canada a valuable experience before settling into a career or family life? Bursaries up to $1650.00 are available. Please send them this link: Tour du Canada Bursary.

Cycle Canada Store

If you are cycling outside of Canada this winter wave the flag in a Cycle Canada Jersey! Visit the: Cycle Canada Store


Read some of our past Newsletters - they're fun!


We've been discovering Canada by bike since 1988. Learn more on our web site . . . Cycle Canada.

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