Come and join us at our Celebration Stations. Have some tasty food, socialize with other cyclists and enter to win some great prizes from our sponsors.
Each time you come to a station you can enter the draw. Prizes are draw during the event and you must be there to win. Grand prizes are drawn later and winners will be contacted.
Enter for a chance to win
Bike to Work with Ryan Walter on Wednesday, May 29 between 7-9 am in Abbotsford. LifeCycles and Ryan Walter will be leading a Bike Ride on this morning, and all Abbotsford residents are invited to join the ride. The ride will consist of a route that has several opportunities for people to join in where it’s most convenient for them. The ride will stop by a Celebration Station at Abbotsford Hospital where you can enjoy free snacks and free bike safety checks provided by Caps Bicycles. So come on out and meet Ryan Walter and give Biking to Work a try! This is a perfect opportunity for those who are new to cycling to give it a try with a large group of people.
Join us at the following 2013 Bike to Work Week Celebration Stations:
Monday May 27 6:30 – 8:30
Rehabilitation in Motion Breakfast Station
Wednesday May 29 4:00 – 6:00
CR Head Injury Society BBQ Celebration
Thursday May 30 6:30 – 8:30
CR Christian School Breakfast Station
Friday May 31 6:30 – 8:30
On the Rocks/Outdoor Addictions Breakfast Station
Here’s How to Register:
- Check to see if your location is listed under the Choose Locations tab (if it is NOT, register under BC Communities)
- Please read the registration instructions below.
Tuesday, the 14thof May. North-end Community Ride. We’ll be leaving from the Chapters/Starbucks area at 5 pm, so get there in plenty of time to be ready to go on a roughly 10 km ride.
Friday, the 24th of May. Community ride and Commuter Challenge. Meet at Diana Krall Plaza after work to cheer on the commuter challenge participants arriving at about 5:15, then we’ll be leaving about 5:30 for a 10 km ride which we are not calling a critcal mass ride.
Here are instructions for both new and repeat teams. Don’t forget: a team can be as small as one commuter!