We took the off the beaten path tour because I'd biked around stanley park before. This gave us great opportunity to see parts of vancouver i'd never otherwise see. We went down a retrofitted bike path (formerly a railroad path) went through some very fancy areas of the city where we talked about all the houses, went through a sprawling beautiful forest (With great paths) where we could feel like (very slow) pod races ripping around and then through UBC and along a beach path. SO much variation.
Traffic was of very little concern, I did not fear for my life at any point , which was a concern. Riding a pedal assisted bike (or throttle) is a great way to get around. Bikes are work horses and are in great condition.
You get an Iphone with the path marked for you with some comments and icons for good photo spots and siteseeing.
We also got coolers with water, sandwiches and snacks, it was a great surprise.
All in all would take anyone on this!