Ride Information

Safe cycling with preventable.ca:

Vancouver Tour De Biennale 110 KM $175 More +

Tour Challenge 125 KM $175 More +

Tour Medio 60 KM $110 More +

(Charitable tax receipt will be issued post-event)

Sunday August 19, 2012

100km (see route map)

Riders must be 18 Years +


Queen Elizabeth Park

  • 6:45am — Late Registration
  • 7:00am — Registered Riders Arrive
  • 7:10am — Opening Remarks
  • 7:15am — Start

Included in the registration is the following:

  • Light breakfast of healthy muffins, fruit and coffee at the start
  • Clearly marked route signage and pocket maps
  • Timing chip and bike plate
  • Protected route, bike lanes and cones
  • Healthy snacks and drinks at refreshment stations throughout the route
  • Safety marshals riding along the route
  • Mobile mechanics along the route (thanks Reckless Bike Stores!)
  • Post-ride entertainment, lunch and vendor market
  • Sponsor gift bag
  • Participation bracelet


Vancouver Tour de Biennale

Vancouver Tour de Biennale is a 110 KM self-paced urban ride that takes you from Vancouver to Steveston, through parkland and glass towers, from seashore to mountain top to fishing village, before a triumphant finish at the highest elevation in the city at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park.

Tour de Biennale's Elevation Profile
Tour Challenge

We realize that for some of you, 110km isn't quite enough of a challenge to earn you serious bragging rights at the finish line. For those of you who want to add a little punishment, we've designed three additional challenges to the main route. It's an extra 15km your legs won't soon forget!

First section - classic time trial stuff with mixed terrain, undulating hills, downhill sections and cornering. Second section - a lung buster of a hill. If you make it to the top, be sure to check out the killer ocean view. Third section - pure, flat out speed. We're working on the prizes. Anyone who does this deserves more than our kudos!

Challenge Tour's Elevation Profile


Tour Medio

Tour Medio is a 60 KM non-competitive half route covering the Vancouver portion of the Tour, through Stanley Park, urban glass towers and UBC seashore before a triumphant finish at the highest elevation in the city at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park. Public art installations, sites of historic and architectural interest and cultural attractions will be identified on the map.

Tour Medio's Elevation Profile

Corporate Team Special

Register 10 for $110 each.
Offer ends August 9th

Register today!