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Bike to Work Week: May 25 - 31, 2015

Registration is Now Open!

Register for your chance to win 1 of many great prizes, including the Grand Prize: Prague to Budapest Cycling Trip for 2

Note: prize draw is open to all regions except Greater Victoria who has other fabulous prizes instead.

Includes: economy round trip airfare from the nearest international airport, hotel accommodations, a 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 25-31, 2015.  For more info:

First Time Registering:

To register for Bike to Work Week 2015, 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 2015 Bike to Work Week.   

Registering in Metro Vancouver - please go to

HUB Cycling runs the Bike to Work Week in Metro Vancouver. Please go here to register. 

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

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Bike to School NEW FOR 2015

Bike to Work BC in partnership with HASTE  is running a pilot project to assess if Bike to School is something people would like to see across the province and If so what sorts of resources would be required. You can help by participating and giving us your feedback!  You have three options: 

  1. Register through Bike to Work BC website (register schools, teams, or individuals) or
  2. Register through HASTE (register your school) or
  3. Try both!

We would love to hear how it has worked for you.

Note: if you register through Bike to Work BC, please contact your community coordinator to find out about posters, shirts, and events happening in your community. Click here:

Buzz for BTWW

““Bike to Work Week is a much appreciated way of getting people to discuss how transportation choices affect community well-being in a way that builds community, rather than in a confrontational way. I would say that Bike to Work week is not only an investment in environmentally sensible tra...”

Jan Slakov, Salt Spring and other Gulf Islands
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April 28, 2015
Cam Zaremba of Prince George, was the winner of last year’s Bike to Work BC Grand Prize of a Cycling Trip for 2 in Cuba sponsored by Exodus Travels. Cam and his wife, Joan, took the trip March 19-26, 2015 and also added some extra time to relax on the beaches in Cuba: “I want to thank both Bike to Work Week and Exodus Travel for the biking prize trip to Cuba. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience, both from a guided tour (first time) and biking in a foreign country (first time) perspective. The information and service provided by Exodus prior to and during the trip was excellent. We felt well-prepared before arriving in Cuba and the time spent on the bike was fun and informative, and gave us a good head start to the biking season here in Northern BC!  We took the opportunity to add on an additional week within the country at the end of the bike tour and the customizing of our travel... read on
July 1, 2014
 “I am riding to work today, sun is out, sky is blue. I can hear the birds chirping, and bunnies are peeking out through the long grass. I am looking at the different flowers growing on the side of the path. As I slip past them, my blood is pumping. I have a smile on my face. Out of the blue a huge eagle soars over my head. It was so close I could see it’s talons. I would have missed all that if I was in my car.”  - Shaw Cable Staff Member (requested to be un-named), Nanaimo
June 5, 2014
Horsefly Elementary Junior Secondary, a small K-9 rural school of 51 students, had 45 students and 2 staff Bike to School this Bike to Work Week! The school, located in the community of Horsefly BC, which is 40 minutes east of Williams Lake, ran a Bike to School week event all week and won a prize as the largest team in the Williams Lake area. "Our student leadership team designed a student led inquiry project this year based on the question 'How can our school reduce it's Carbon Footprint?' " says Principal Calvin Dubray, "we have been involved in many projects and programs based around that so Bike to Work (School) Week fit in quite nicely."
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Bike to Work Week 2015

May 25th - May 31st 2015

28,523 Total Riders 2,066 Total Teams 6,026 New Riders 51/49 % Female/Male 205,788 Total Kms Cycled 6,173,628 Calories Burned 44,615 Kg GHGs Saved

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