Imagine a one-of-a-kind travel opportunity in Argentina or Norway, visiting historic towns and cities of Quebec or discovering western Canada's mountain parks. Two Wheel View offers a grass-roots approach to responsible where participants explore new cultures and gain valuable experiences while making meaningful community connections.
Two Wheel View invites youth and adults, ages 14 and older to discover one of our amazing destinations - experiencing outdoor adventure, exploring new cultures, learning as you go.
As a part of the Two Wheel View bike trip experience, you will:
- Volunteer in local and host community projects.
- Prepare for the adventure through Two Wheel View’s unique pre-trip orientation sessions that includes bike mechanics, team building, and fun.
- Discover new cultures and natural landscapes.
- Stay connected after the trip through social media and events hosted by Two Wheel View.
TWV takes care of all the pre-trip preparation, travel arrangements, supervision, safety, accommodations, bicycles and meals. Our trip leaders are experienced in student travel, youth development and adventure-based education.
We work to keep our trips affordable for everyone. All participants have the opportunity to fundraise for their trip cost. Two Wheel View can help individuals and groups with fundraising strategies and tools. A charitable tax receipt will be issued for all eligible donations.
Customized Bike Trips
Two Wheel View works with groups to customize bicycle travel programs for youth and adults. Our trips can include environmental stewardship, cultural appreciation, music, performance arts, volunteer service and adventure travel themes. It's up to you!
Trips align with school and youth organization curriculum and goals. Give students the chance to put down their textbooks and learn from the experience.
Contact us to learn how we can create a customized bike trip for your group to visit Western Canada, Quebec, Argentina or Norway. As a registered charity, TWV receives funding that can be used to support groups that may require financial assistance.
Talk to a Two Wheel View-Trips Director and learn how you can travel for free as a chaperone.