Biking & Walking in Downtown Burlington
You can easily explore the entire Downtown core on foot or by bike! Downtown Burlington has achieved our Ontario By Bike™ business area certification! The goal of this initiative is to create a positive experience and fuel your desire to get back on the saddle to explore more of Ontario By Bike.
A business or location that has been certified as bicycle-friendly means cyclists can count on secure bike lock-up areas, local cycling information on-hand, healthy local food options, access to rest areas and water and basic bicycle repair toolsets (accommodation only).
BDBA Members who are participating in the Ontario By Bike™ program include:
- Lettuce Love Café
- Lola Choco Bar & Sweet House
- Waterfront Hotel
- Tourism Burlington
- Art Gallery of Burlington
If you are a Member of the BDBA, and are interested in learning more about the Ontario By Bike™ program, click here to see if your business qualifies for certification, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also visit our designated Bicycle Welcome Centre, located within Tourism Burlington Visitor Centre. The visitor centre provides cyclists a place to park their bicycles, make minor bicycle repairs, fill up water bottles, use washroom facilities and get information about the area including shopping and dining options and cycling maps.
Check out the below links for more information about cycling in Burlington:
Elgin Street Promenade
Explore the Elgin Promenade by bicycle or on foot: this five-meter-wide path links the downtown business community to the Centennial multi-use path that currently ends at Martha Street and continues through to Elgin Street in downtown Burlington.