Bike to Work Week returns to Vancouver on Halloween

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  • hot coffee
  • free snacks
  • free bike mechanic services
  • prize draws
  • ...and just to say hi! 

Thinking of biking to work this Fall but not sure you can do it?

Ask your workplace for an on-site lunchtime workshop.These group sessions are fun, interactive, and help get you ready to try biking to work in the Fall and Winter.

Check out the Biking to Work: Fall & Winter Riding Workshop (1 hour).

This intermediate-level workshop is a great way to encourage those who ride in warmer weather to try biking to work in the Fall. Participants will learn more advanced tips and tricks about biking to work in Metro Vancouver's winter riding conditions, including dressing for the weather (staying warm and dry), more advanced cycling safety, advanced use of your gears, cold-weather care for your bike, lights and visibility, and more. More info here

Chances to win when you register + visit.
(See, we really want you to register + visit!)

Show your participation by registering online for BTWW. Together, we show strength in numbers.  And can more effectively work for cycling change in our region.
When you register, you're automatically entered to win a Giant bike!  
Stop by commuter stations for chances to win even more.

  • Waterproof panniers and bike gear by Norco
  • Toques to the first 40 Arc'teryx Commuter Station visitors, and Arc'teryx Trino jersey
  • ...and more!

Stay tuned for VACC's membership drive!
Do you believe in promoting healthy cycling change?  
Join us by becoming a member.

Join or renew your membership at a Bike to Work Week Commuter Station, and you'll receive a Lush gift package valued at over $40!


When you join VACC as an individual or corporate member, you help improve cycling infrastructure, education and promotion in your region. 

Plus there are great membership benefits too!

Become a volunteer!
There are plenty of ways to get involved.  
  • Staffing Commuter Stations
  • Office work
  • Distributing posters
  • Taking photos! 

 Send us a an email introducing yourself.



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