Niagara Falls is one of the most exciting cycling destinations in Ontario. The rolling landscape of the Region and breathtaking natural wonders provide a unique experience for enthusiasts or amateurs. From road courses to scenic trails, seeing Niagara on two wheels is not only great exercise but a memorable adventure.
Up-Coming Niagara Falls Cycling Events
Ride of Silence
On Wednesday May 15th, 2019, The Park in the City Committee host their 13th Annual Ride of Silence bicycle ride event. Thank you to Inception Cyclery and St. John Ambulance for providing complimentary support. Also to the SCVFA and Amici Per La Vita Cycling Club for hosting and helping to organize the event. The annual free bicycle ride event encourages all residents to take part and ride in honour of severely injured and fallen cyclists. You don’t have to be a serious cyclist to participate and all ages are welcome. You just need a safe bike and a helmet and be comfortable riding along the roadway within our city. The ride is a slow, procession style, approximately 10 km ride, with all cyclists following the rules of the road.
The event takes place every year on the third Wednesday in May starting at 7:00pm. The 2019 starting location will be start at Firemen's Park at Dorchester Road and Mountain Road. Come early for a free bicycle check compliments of Inception Cyclery.
For further information on this event, please email email@example.com or call Recreation & Culture at 905-356-7521 ext. 3330. For further information regarding the Ride of Silence international, you can visit www.rideofsilence.org for details.
Looking to experience more of Ontario? Then bring your bike with you on the Bike Train, and see the beauty that is Ontario First hand.
Cycling Routes across Niagara
Are you travelling to Niagara Falls and are looking for some great cycling routes? Niagara is a premier destination to view some of the World’s most beautiful scenery while cycling.
Trail and Bikeway Links
Search the Trails Database to view information on the trails in Niagara Falls along with links to location maps. Hardcopy maps are also available at the MacBain Centre.
Clubs and Teams
Hiking & Biking