Bike to Work Week

Oceanside

Bike to Work Week 2014: May 26 - June 1

Welcome Riders!

May 30, 2014

Friday, May 30 marked Oceanside’s second  Bus-Bike-Car challenge. Cyclist Andy Telfer took on motor vehicle commuter Cliff Craven and the regularly scheduled BC Transit Bus route #90, driven by Peter. All three started at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre and finished at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre.

The results: Craven, driving his car, arrived in 13 minutes and 50 seconds. Telfer arrived in 23:45, and the bus finished in the usual time for the run, 24:30, with about 12 passengers on the bus when it arrived.   

May 30, 2014

The Town of Qualicum Beach has won the 2014 edition of the Oceanside Civic Bike Challenge.
There were 36 cyclists who joined Mayor Westbroek compared to 32 cyclists who rode with Mayor Burger.
The Civic Bike Challenge trophy will be proudly on display at Qualicum Beach Town Hall.

Held as part of Bike Day in Canada, the 2 rides were a great success and attracted a wide range
of ages who all enjoyed riding their bikes. The Organizing Committee wishes to thank the local RCMP
who helped with both rides.

May 23, 2014

Bike to Work BC is excited to announce they have been able to arrange a sponsored grand prize. People will be automatically registered when they:

1.Register on the Bike to Work Week website - Click on the Register Now Box and go through the easy registration process and

2.Complete at least one trip during Bike to Work Week (May 26 - June 1). You can log your trip until June 8.

Oceanside

Bike to Work Week 2014

May 26th - June 1st 2014

37 Total Riders 6 Total Teams 7 New Riders 46/51 % Female/Male 1,374 Total Kms Cycled 41,229 Calories Burned 298 Kg GHGs Saved

Provincial Sponsors

          

Acro Media Inc