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2017 Bike to Work & School Week was a resounding success! Check the participation statistics on the left!!

Congratulations to the 2017 Grand Prize Exodus Travels Trip to Croatia Winner: Peter Wood, Vancouver, BC!

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“"Last week was Bike to Work Week, the third year we have celebrated that event in our community. What a great way to unify our community.  It was so inspiring to see all those bikers in town and to pass parents and kids pedaling to or from town at the beginning and end of th...”

Francois Depey, Office of the Wet'suwet'en, Smithers
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June 21, 2017
Peter Wood, of Vancouver, BC, sold his car in 1996 and uses his bicycle primarily for transportation, “it’s a great way for city transport for my lifestyle,” says Wood. For longer trips, he adds public transportation, “the combination of my bicycle and public transport is generally sufficient for all my needs.” Wood has been participating in Bike to Work Week for the last four years, “I fully support and appreciate HUB and all that they have done to advance cycling in Metro Vancouver,” he states. “I enjoy participating in Bike to Work Week! It’s nice to bike out in the morning to the Celebration Stations, have coffee, visit with other cyclists, and enjoy the comradery it brings. I really appreciate the bike mechanics that donate their time and skills at each station as well.”   When asked how he felt about winning the trip to Croatia, he says “I was shocked and ecstatic…I’m a bit of a... read on
May 16, 2017
Joel Carter took the Cycling Vietnam trip sponsored by Exodus Travels in January, 2017 with his father, Stephen Carter, where they travelled from Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City in the South to Hanoi in the North. “We cycled a total of 500 kilometers!” says Joel. “We went to the Mountain Town of Da Lat, the 16th century trading port of Hoi An, and many places in between.” This was Joel’s first cycling adventure trip and he discovered that he thoroughly enjoyed traveling and experiencing the culture by bike. “We learned to take our time and we explored places you would normally drive by and wouldn’t get to explore if you were traveling by vehicle.” “Being on a bike versus a vehicle offered a unique perspective. Much of the trip was on side roads, avoiding the main highways where very few tourists visit. People were very friendly, and the children loved running out to practice their English,... read on
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(select Bike to Work or School to filter by event type)
44,523
# Riders
5,858 Teams
9,204
New Riders
49 / 51 % Female/Male
1,111,466
Total Km
33,341,645
Calories
240,969
GHG

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