Bicycles are a very popular way of getting around Victoria and Vancouver Island. In fact, Victoria is the Cycling Capital of Canada. With the mildest climate in the country and an extensive trail and road network, Victoria is easily travelled on bicycle year-round. You can even bring your own bike; all ferries that service Vancouver Island allow passengers to bring bicycles aboard for a small fee or rent from a bike shop or touring company when you get to the Island. There are also bike lanes on many of Victoria's downtown streets and bike racks on several city buses that travel to suburban communities. Visitors can explore the entire city or the entire Island by bicycle.
Love the vantage point that being on a bicycle provides, but maybe don't want to break a sweat? Try a pedicab tour or ride! These specially designed bicycles built for passengers allow you to relax in the back seat while a knowledgeable and very fit guide pedals you to your destination. Hop on one in a variety of locations downtown and enjoy the ride.
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