Bike to Work Week

Fall: October 21-27, 2019

Bike to Work Week encourages people to try biking to work and to celebrate with those that already do.

During the week, participants can visit commuter stations where they can enjoy food and drinks, pick up bike maps, get their bike checked by a mechanic and enter to win prizes for free.

City Celebration Station

Date: Friday, October 25 from 6:30-9am | Location: Grand Blvd @ E 19th St.
Drop by for tips on cycling in the City, refreshments, prizes and free bike mechanic services with City staff + HUB cycling.

Register Now for Bike To Work Week

Bike to Work Week participants can register on the Bike to Work website.  Don't forget to log your trips, you could win great prizes . Try free online tools to track GHG reductions, kilometers biked and calories burned. The information collected from the online tool will be passed onto the City of North Vancouver to use in planning bike routes and tracking their level of use.

Bike to School Week | May 25-29, 2020

Celebrate biking to school with friendly competition and prizes! Have your school take part in HUB's Bike to School Week. A free and fun week-long celebration of biking to school.

Register for Bike to School Week

Register your school or class, and you could win prizes, and join in friendly competition with schools across Metro Vancouver! Get the details at

Past Bike to Work Week Celebration Stations

Enjoying our spring #BTWW celebration stations.

TravelSmart North Shore

Do you enjoy Bike to Work Week and want to do more? Or maybe biking isn't for you but you'd still like to get involved? Check out TravelSmart, a program aimed at helping you travel smart and sustainably. TravelSmart encourages everyone to get out of the car once a week to enjoy our community by walking, cycling and taking transit. To learn more, visit the City's TravelSmart webpage.

North Shore Bike Map

The HUB North Shore Committee has created a bike map that covers bike routes from Deep Cove to Horseshoe Bay. This free map is available at North Shore bike shops, community centres, libraries and online.

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