Bike to Work Week


Bike to Work & School Week 2017 -- May 29-June 4

Registration for 2017 is now open!

Bike to Work Week preparation is in full swing, with greatly appreciated returning and new sponsors. With more celebration stations and great prizes, including a cycling holiday on the Adriatic Coast, 2 bikes and a lot more it is time to get registered.

Spring is coming, the leaves are out! Let's get May to be the greenest ever and get you registered. Here is a link to How to Register.

If you have questions, please contact


May 18, 2017

The Nanaimo BTWW Kick-Off Event a great success

With Mayor Bill McKay in the lead the City of Nanaimo kicked off the 2017 Bike to Work and School Week. A great lunch and launch was held at Country Grocer and TD Bank location on Bowen Road, with many cyclists in attendance to start a 7 km community bike ride . Everybody enjoyed the excellent lunch & desserts provided by support from our local sponsors such as Country Grocer, Cobs Bread, Starbucks, TD Bank, SD68 and Island Health.

April 30, 2017

2017 Schedule

Planning your route? The 2017 Celebration Schedule is nearly here! We are accommodating some last minute sponsors. Hurray!
Stop by for a drink, a snack, and chat with fellow cyclists.

Be sure to enter for prizes! The bike grand prizes will be awarded at the Wrap Up event, and you can only enter for that at a Celebration Station (or through your school event)! The more stations you visit, the more entries you'll have. 

Get on your bike and ride!

You can take part in Bike to Work Week or Bike to School Week in lots of different ways. Register as an individual, a team member, or a team leader. However you participate, it's good for you, the community, and the environment! Most of all, it's fun.

Click on the links to the left to learn about how you can participate in Bike to School and Bike to Work.

Community Sponsors

(select Bike to Work or School to filter by event type)
# Riders
274 Teams
New Riders
54 / 46 % Female/Male
Total Km
Calories Burned

Provincial Sponsors