Active Transportation

Cycling Network

Our bike-friendly city is home to a growing network of paths and routes that will connect you to lakes, parks, schools and businesses. Thanks to Penticton's compact geography, combined with great weather for most of the year, cycling is an ideal way to move around the community. Also visit our Trails page to scope out your off-road routes.

By the Numbers

  • On street painted bike lanes – 22 km
  • All Ages and Abilities bike lanes – 2.3 km
  • Multi-use paths and trails – 25 km

Frequently Asked Questions

Recreational Riding

Lake-to-Lake Bike Route

The Lake-to-Lake Route is a protected bike lane through the centre of the city intended to make cycling convenient and safe for residents of all ages and abilities. Currently, 3.8 km of the route is complete and 650 metres will be completed as part of the Point Intersection project. Visit our Lake-to-Lake Bike Route Construction page for updates.

Bike Safety Tips

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