Biking is a wheelie great way to enjoy the riverfront trails! Exploring the Petitcodiac on two wheels can help you see more of the beautiful river, and experience vantage points that you may not get to visit on foot.
Don’t own a bike? Or just don’t feel like riding in city traffic? No problem! There are a number of places that offer bike rental and can get you set up in no time; start with your local bike shop.
Go for a ride on these sections of Greater Moncton’s most popular trail right on the riverfront!
Riverview Riverfront Trail (5.4km = 18min), good entry points are: the Chocolate River Station, the parking area at the corner of Hillsborough Rd and Howard Ave, and the playground on Coverdale Rd near the Gunningsville Bridge.
Moncton Riverfront Trail Sentier Riverain (6.5km = 19min), good entry points are: Bore Park, and Riverfront Park.
Riverfront Trail Dieppe (10.8km = 30min), good entry points are: Dover Rd, Pointe Aux Renards St, Amirault St and Melanson Rd, Acadie Ave, and Virginia Ave.
You can also check town or village websites for more information on bike friendly trails along the Petitcodiac River.
While you’re on the trail, take a moment to reflect on the history of the Petitcodiac River. Is a healthy river important to you? Would you be able to enjoy this activity as much if the trail was not near the river?