Bike to Work Week

Squamish

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

Register Now!

This year's grand prize trip is:

A Dream Bike Trip For Two Along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast Sponsored by Exodus Travels

Go beyond the expected and bike through the playground of the Adriatic. Ideal for cycling enthusiasts of every level, this adventure mixes alfresco thrills with cruises, sites from Game of Thrones, historic vineyards, local farms, UNESCO Sites, mouthwatering cuisine and even time on the beach. Tour Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Mljet and the Peljesac Peninsula. This sun-drenched adventure is an Exodus cycling classic.

This grand prize trip for 2 people 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.

In order to qualify for the grand prize trip, you must have:
  1. Registered for Bike to Work Week 2017
  2. Logged kilometers for at least one trip that you chose to use a bike to get to instead of a vehicle during Bike to Work Week (May 29 - June 4)
  3. Complete the contest entry form here: https://www.exodustravels.com/ca/BCbtwd-registration

The prize draw will take place on June 12, 2017.

 

First Time Registering:

To register for Bike to Work Week, 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 2017 Bike to Work Week.   

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

Bike to Work / School Week encourages people to commute to work via bicycle. Riding a bike instead of commuting via car promotes healthy lifestyles and prevention of health issues through regular exercise! The Sea to Sky Clean Air Society supports this mandate and is coordinating the event in Whistler, Pemberton and Squamish.

May 29, 2017

The District of Squamish is running two competitions this year to encourage more commuters to leave their car keys and ride their bike behind during Bike to Work Week. Bike to Work & School week encourages residents of all ages to commute by bike to school or the workplace with the goal of converting your drive to a ride on a regular ongoing basis.

The friendly competitions are:

May 19, 2016

Register your team FREE through Bike to Work BC website

Registering through the Bike to Work BC Website:

Q: Who can start a team?

A: Anyone with a valid email address!

For High Schools: A Team Leader registers the team and anyone can join the team. Either the Team Leader can enter results for their team members, or team participants can login and enter their own results. 

Community Sponsors

(select Bike to Work or School to filter by event type)
580
# Riders
101 Teams
108
New Riders
55 / 45 % Female/Male
7,463
Total Km
223,875
Calories Burned
1,618
Kg GHGs

Provincial Sponsors