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Bike to Work & School Week 2016 is May 30 - June 5!

Register for Bike to Work NOW:

First Time Registering:

To register for Bike to Work Week 2016, click on Register and complete the registration.

Registered Last Year:

If you registered for Bike to Work Week last year, click on Login. Logging in to your account will automatically register you for the 2016 Bike to Work Week.   

Note: if you forgot your password, click on Request New Password and enter your email address.

2016 Grand Prize Trip: Cycling Adventure for 2 in Vietnam Sponsored by Exodus Travels!

This grand prize sponsored by award-winning tour operator Exodus Travels which specializes in cycling and hiking tours to 100+ countries worldwide includes: economy round trip airfare from the nearest international airport, hotel accommodations, expert local leader, planned routes and itineraries with support vehicles. Prize winner must be 18 years or older. To qualify, you must register or login and have logged at least one trip during Bike to Work Week, May 30 – June 5, 2016.  For more info about this trip go to:

Note: participants in Greater Victoria and Metro Vancouver do NOT qualify for this grand prize trip; instead participants in those regions qualify fabulous regional prizes. Participants in all other regions qualify for the Exodus prize draw as well as local prize draws. Please look under your "Community" to see what prizes you qualify for.

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Buzz for BTWW

““With funding from Provincial Sponsors like BC Hydro, we are able to continue to run a fabulous event with regional reach. From Vancouver to Coquitlam, Burnaby to North Vancouver, New West to Richmond, Surrey to West Vancouver Bike to Work encourages people from all around...”

Raema Quam, Director of Programs and Development, HUB, Metro Vancouver
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May 16, 2016
Check out this short “How to Bike to School Safely” video made by a grade 5 student in Smithers? It is REALLY well made and easy for kids to relate to and learn from. Teaching kids about the rules of the road and how to bike safely at a young age is very important for all road users and this video does a FANTASTIC job of it:
April 26, 2016
Sarah Deagle, Assistant Registrar of North Island College in Campbell River won the 2015 Exodus Travels Grand Prize Cycling Trip in Europe. Here’s what she has to say about it… Sarah Deagle took the trip with her husband, who had never been on a cycling trip before, during the first two weeks of October, 2015. Sarah has been on numerous cycling trips before but found the experience with Exodus Travels more liberating because she did not have to arrange all the details herself and she didn’t have to take her own bike from one location to another. “The excellent organization and planning undertaken by Exodus in Canada and Headquarters in Europe made me aware of how terrific organized travel can be and what you can see differently travelling in this way.” Although she’s been on vacation cycling adventures before, Sarah says: “this trip reminded me that cycling is way BETTER than driving... read on
April 18, 2016
Use locks that are theft proof. Do research and purchase a lock that comes with insurance, such as the Abus locks. If possible, store your bike in a safe location, preferably in a locked area. If you are leaving your bike unattended on the back of a vehicle, lock the bike to your vehicle. Never lock your bike by the front wheel only. Always lock your bike with two quality locks — preferably a U-lock and a cable lock. To be safe, take the extra step of removing the seat or a wheel. Ensure you have a photo of the bike and record the serial number so that if the bike is stolen, it can be identified if located. Insure your bikes. Your house insurance or renters insurance will cover your bikes up to a certain value if theft happens outside your home. Talk to your insurance provider.
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