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2016 Bike to Work & School Week - Most Riders EVER!

Bike to Work & School Week ran May 30 - June 5, 2016. Look at the bar on the left for the Provincial Stats.

Seeking New Board of Directors!

Bike to Work BC Society has an exciting opportunity for several new board members. Help us chart our course as we move forward and build on our success.

  • Meetings are generally every two months via conference call with one face to face planning session per year. We have representation from regions across the Province who take part in Bike to Work and Bike to School Week.
  • Past experience on a not for profit board or committee would be an asset though not completely necessary. We are looking for people with some  experience or interest in one or more of the following areas:
    • Board Governance 
    • Fundraising/Revenue Generation 
    • Marketing and communications  
    • Finance 
    • Web/technology, online systems
    • Event management

Overall your enthusiasm and support for commuter cycling is what we need!

If you are interested in joining the Bike to Work BC Board of Directors, please complete the following online application form by October 31, 2016:

Buzz for BTWW

““… 62% [participation rate] since we are an emersion school so kids come from all over.  It appears that this biking and walking to school is starting to really catch on as the participation rate seemed incredibly higher than last year.  I'm really happy for our students…” ...”

Christyane Dorssers, Casorso Elementary School, Kelowna & Central Okanagan
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October 5, 2016
Joel Carter, Information Systems Infrastructure Team Member, Kal Tire, Vernon, BC Joel Carter started participating in Bike to Work Week 10 years ago when he worked at BCIT in Burnaby. When he moved to Vernon, he found it enjoyable to bike to work during most months of the year—although he admits the Okanagan snow makes it a little difficult to bike commute in the peak winter months. Carter and his family aim to operate one vehicle in their household and biking to work enables his family to achieve this environmentally and economically-friendly goal. “I also find it difficult to find time to exercise with a busy schedule and by biking to work it serves two purposes: it enables me to get some exercise; and it is great form of transportation to and from work.” He adds, “…and when I arrive at work, I feel awake and alert. I may even be more productive at the start of the work-day than co-... read on
July 8, 2016
I have participated in bike to work week for a few years in Canada but had also done it in Australia before we moved here 4 years ago. This was the first year that my daughter was involved however (in the photo). I leave for work early before my wife and daughter are awake. My wife drops my daughter and bike trailer off at daycare in the morning on her way to work. I leave work early on my bike and attach the bike trailer and ride my daughter home from daycare. My ride is 30 minutes each way but my daughter is only in the chair for 10 minutes on the way home. She likes the trailer but hates the helmet, she is getting better with practice though. We have got efficient enough at this that we did not re-register one of our cars for the summer months but will re-register it in winter when it isn't safe for Harriet and I to ride. Chris and Harriet O'Hara, Kamloops BC
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:
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# Riders
5,300 Teams
New Riders
49 / 51 % Female/Male
Total Km

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