Bike to Work Week

Greater Victoria

Next Bike to Work Week: May 25-31, 2015

At Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week we have had our wheels in motion for two decades and we are proud to announce our 21st annual event May 25 – May 31, 2015!  We are planning exciting celebration stations throughout the week to celebrate one of the capital region's most supported and recognized free community events attracting over 8,000 commuter cyclists, including 12,500 new cyclists since inception.

Unique to Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society are our urban cycling skills courses for children and adults. We offer a range of courses that are fun, informative, build confidence and introduce participants to the cycling community. Learn more today.

July 8, 2014

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

This message is to let you know that Tuesday, July 15, 2014 will be my last day as Executive Director of the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society.

Although I have truly enjoyed my time here and will certainly miss the day-to-day excitement along with the wonderful team(s) I have shared my days with for the past 4 years, it is time to move on to other challenges.  I am not leaving the organization completely as I will be staying on in the much reduced role of senior advisor.

May 23, 2014

The week is upon us and here is a schedule of what is happening where at this year's 20th annual Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week! We look forward to seeing you.

Download your Celebration Station map here to plan your route.

May 22, 2014

The Results of the 2014 Commuter Challenge are in!

Yesterday the streets of Victoria roared as 23 teams - one motorist, one cyclist – challenged each other to see which mode of transportation was faster, while following all of the rules of the road.

Well – the results are in! Cyclists dominated the challenge winning 17 to 6, impressing the 100 on lookers who attended over the course of the event.

Read our Press Release to see all of the teams and their results.

Greater Victoria

Bike to Work Week 2014

May 26th - June 1st 2014

8,091 Total Riders 697 Total Teams 1,230 New Riders 42/48 % Female/Male 331,618 Total Kms Cycled 9,948,544 Calories Burned 71,895 Kg GHGs Saved

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