Mountain Bike Rentals
When you stay at Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort in Parksville, BC, you you can rent a mountain bike from us and head out on the local trails or ride on into Parksville and enjoy a day touring around on 2 wheels. Find out more info below!
Marin Bolinas Ridge Mountain Bike (Size M & L)
2 hours $25+tax
4 hours $45+tax
8 hours $65+tax
The Bolinas Ridge offers race tested technology such as hydraulic disc brakes, 9-speed Shimano drivetrain, and a 100mm travel Suntour suspension fork with oversized stanchion tubes and a hydraulic lockout.
While you won’t typically find snow in the city itself, expect rainfall November through March. This precipitation keeps the surrounding landscapes beautifully green throughout the winter and makes the fireplaces at our Parksville resort seem all the more cozy.
Mountain Biking Trails
Parksville – Qualicum Beach Links
The Parksville-Qualicum Beach Links is a 13 kilometre low-traffic road route that connects the City and Town via French Creek. The Links features a pleasant suburban road network with only one hill, an accessible pedestrian-cyclist bridge over French Creek, and two stretches of paved trail at the Qualicum Beach end. The whole way is marked with signage directing users to Parksville or Qualicum Beach.
Top Bridge Trail
The Top Bridge mountain biking trails around Parksville are excellent single tracks to start the year out on. The trail is 5 kilometers in length each way and offers a rustic ramble or bike ride away from the urban sea-side to the cool woodlands of the Englishman River.
Log Train Trail
The Log Train Trail Regional Park stretches for 25 kilometers along the foot of the Beaufort Range. Scenic views and a trip through history highlight this year-round trail.
Kinsol Trestle Trail
The Historic Kinsol Trestle is now open to the public for cyclists, hikers and equestrians to experience the full Cowichan Valley Trail in the Cowichan Region. At 614 feet in length and standing 145 feet above the salmon bearing Koksilah River, the Kinsol Trestle is one of the tallest free-standing and most spectacular timber rail trestle structures in the world.
Regional Parks & Trails
Ride around the many beautiful regional parks and trails in our area. Click here to see the trail guide.