One of the fastest and most enjoyable ways to travel to, from and around the UBC campus is on two wheels. It’s convenient, inexpensive, healthy and fun.

UBC is committed to supporting cyclists and is continually upgrading and expanding on-road infrastructure, campus resources and end-of-trip facilities for our cycling population. Here is a quick rundown of everything you need to know about biking at UBC.

Shared spaces on campus

UBC has slow cycling zones that are pedestrian priority within the campus core. These slow zones include Main Mall, Memorial Road, Agricultural Road and University Boulevard. If you want to cycle faster, use roads like East Mall and West Mall. Check out all the slow zones.

Remember to be aware of your surroundings, follow traffic signs, use hand signals and ring your bell to share the space.

Cycling maps

Getting to know the best way to, from and around campus can make your ride even better. Check out a few popular cycling maps below.

On campus

Off campus