Cycling & Biking

Discover Sudbury by bike!

Whether for sport or pleasure, biking or cycling in Sudbury is an affordable way to explore the city or non-motorized trails. There are plenty of routes year-round for all ages and abilities for your next outdoor adventure in Sudbury.


There are 10 trails supported by the Rainbow Routes Association that are included in the Trans Canada Trail (TCT). Some of the most popular cycling routes include:

Popular Mountain Biking and Fat Biking destinations include:

Kivi Park  - A four-season park located in the South end of greater Sudbury which includes an extensive trail network for mountain biking, hiking, and fat biking. See Biking Routes and Maps 

Lake Laurentian Conservation Area - A four-season 950-hectare green space open daily for hiking, cycling, running, walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. See trail maps.

Rainbow Routes Association - A not-for-profit in Greater Sudbury with a mission to encourage health, adventure, connection to nature, and to promote and enhance the 30+ wilderness and urban non-motorized trails in the RRA trail network. See Urban Cycling Routes or Mountain Biking Routes

Walden Mountain Bike Club -  A not-for-profit club located in the West end of Greater Sudbury that is run by a volunteer Board of Directors affiliated with the International Mountain Bike Association. See Walden Trails.

Cycling and Biking Resources:

Adventure 365 Rentals at Kivi Park - Offering premium bike rentals in the Summer months and Fatbike rentals in the Winter months on-site at Kivi Park.

Bike Sudbury – A local volunteer group that connects cyclists, works towards cycling enhancements to help making cycling safe and fun.  Bike Sudbury has created community ride maps, which people can find using the Ride With GPS app.

Ontario by Bike – Looking to explore more of Ontario by bike? Enjoy the 2021 Cycling in Ontario Guide filled with riding paths, day trips, and multi-day itineraries.