Banff Bike Month

Bike Month is an opportunity for people to try riding a bike for the first time, or learn new skills, or take your cycling to the next level. No matter your ability, Bike Month is the best way to connect with people interested in cycling. 

 Bike Month is a celebration of cycling. 

Share your biking stories, engage online with two-wheel enthusiasts  and connect with others through the Community Cruisers Bike Month online

In the first week of June you can also register as a family, individual or business and track your biking, scootering or walking during Wheel Week
amateur cycling buddies shutterstock_360189749 purchase May 10-2022

Courses, Connections and Cruising

To register for resident-only activities or resident discounts, you must have an active client account, and be logged in. First, log in to the registration system, then select an activity below and register. 

Tiny Tykes Bike Rodeo

Join the Town of Banff and the Family Resource Network for a fun morning of bike safety and a tiny ride.  During this rodeo your little ripper will have an opportunity to ride or push though our bike course and learn some skills and safety tips.  Bring a picnic and have an active and fun morning followed by lunch in the park. Each little one will get a gift for their ride, and parents or guardians will receive some great resources. 

Try Mountain Biking

In this evening biking session you and your family will get off the pavement and onto the trails of Banff National Park with a certified guide. During this session you will learn the fundamental skills you will need to ride the trails safely and with confidence. Equipment provided. 

Historical Bike Tour of Banff

On this casual cruise around town you will learn some fun facts about the history of Banff while getting some fresh air, exercise and fun with new friends. Led by the Town of Banff’s Manager of Strategic Initiatives + Special Projects. 

Women's Mountain Biking

In this evening biking session you will get off the pavement and onto the trails of Banff National Park with a certified guide. In this session you will learn the fundamental skills you will need to ride the trails safely and with confidence. Equipment provided. Open to women and those who identify as women. 

Bike & Hike Sundance Canyon

Discover one of Banff’s most stunning trails on this local adventure that will have you learning a bit of Banff’s history and about our local flora and fauna. The trip will have you cycling 3.5 kilometers past the historic Cave and Basin and along the beautiful Bow River to the day use shelter. Once there you will park your bike and enjoy a 1.6 kilometer guided hike up and around the canyon. This program is generously supported by the Wim and Nancy Pauw Foundation.

E-mail recreation@banff.ca or call 403.762.1251 for information or assistance.