Get ready, cycling enthusiasts, because one of the most iconic biking events is finally back in the city this summer. After a five-year hiatus, Vancouver’s “Bike the Night” is back and better than ever, with a nighttime ride planned for this September!

Hosted by local nonprofit HUB Cycling, the event is all about bringing people together through a shared love of biking and the outdoors, all to build a healthier, more connected community.

The beloved nighttime event will feature a scenic 10 km ride along Vancouver’s seawall, with a pre-ride festival kicking things off at 5 pm.

Here, visitors can expect to enjoy live music by DJs, food trucks, games, bike decorating, and free bike tune-ups at David Lam Park.

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Those looking to participate in the ride have a couple of options, with waves scheduled for 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm respectively.

The first 100 tickets are priced at $18, with the next 200 tickets costing $22 per adult. The final 200 tickets will be $25, with last-minute tickets jumping up to $35 per person.

Note that children aged eight and under ride for free, and all participants must sign a waiver before riding.

So there you have it, Vancouver! Get ready for the ultimate bike party.

Bike the Night 2024

When: Saturday, September 14th
Where: David Lam Park and Vancouver Seawall
Cost: $18 to $35 per adult