Bike to Work Week 2014: May 26 - June 1!

Bike to Work Week Fraser Valley 2013

Bike to Work with Ryan Walter, former NHL Player and President of Abbotsford Heat

Date: Wednesday, May 29
Time: 7-9:30 am
Place: Route is coming soon, check back here regularly

LifeCycles and Ryan Walter will be leading a Bike Ride on this morning, and all Abbotsford residents are invited to join the ride. The ride will consist of a route that has several opportunities for people to join in where it’s most convenient for them. The ride will stop by a Celebration Station at Abbotsford Hospital where you can enjoy free snacks and free bike safety checks provided by Caps Bicycles. So come on out and meet Ryan Walter and give Biking to Work a try! This is a perfect opportunity for those who are new to cycling to give it a try with a large group of people.

Click here to learn about Ryan Walter, and why you HAVE to meet him!

ABBOTSFORD Celebration Station Schedule

Tuesday, May 28, 7-8:30 am
Abbotsford Community Services & Tradex are hosting a celebration station at the corner of McCallum and Bevan, on the bike lane route. Come by for free snacks and to enter a special prize draw!

Wednesday, May 29, 7-9 am
Abbotsford Regional Hospital is hosting a celebration station located on the side walk on Marshall Rd, in front of the hospital.

Caps Bicycles Abbotsford will be on site providing FREE Bike Safety Checks. Come on by for snacks, to enter a prize draw, and also join the Bike to Work with Ryan Walter this day and meet Ryan Walter, former NHL Player and Coach of Abbotsford Heat! Click here for more information.

Thursday, May 30, 7-9 am
1. Robert Bateman Secondary students and teachers are hosting a Celebration Station located on Old Clayburn Road by the Plaza of Champions. Here’s a link to the location on a map.

2. Caps Bicycles Abbotsford is hosting a Celebration Station and free bike safety checks outside their store front, located at 3b-34150 S. Fraser Way.

Friday, May 31, 7-9 am
Caps Bicycles Abbotsford is hosting a Celebration Station and free bike safety checks outside their store front, located at 3b-34150 S. Fraser Way.

ABBOTSFORD Wrap-up Barbeque & Prize Giveaway

Registered participants, their teams and families are all invited to the Bike to Work Week Wrap-up Barbeque & Prize Giveaway sponsored by CBI Sport & Spine Health Centre on Friday, May 31 from 4-6:30 pm at the Picnic Shelter located at Mill Lake Park on Bevan Road. Enjoy FREE food, FREE bike safety checks, & a FREE prize draw!

CHILLIWACK Events

Please contact Terri-Lynn Gifford at terri-lynn@biketowork.ca if you are interested in hosting a Bike to Work Week Celebration Station.

CHILLIWACK residents, you have double chances of winning prizes! You can register for Bike to Work Week here for your chance to win prizes AND you can register for the City of Chilliwack Bike to Work Challenge which runs May 21-June 2!

MISSION Events

Please contact Terri-Lynn Gifford at terri-lynn@biketowork.ca if you are interested in hosting a Bike to Work Week Celebration Station.

AGASSIZ & HARRISON Events

Please contact Terri-Lynn Gifford at terri-lynn@biketowork.ca if you are interested in hosting a Bike to Work Week Celebration Station.

HOPE Events

Please contact Terri-Lynn Gifford at terri-lynn@biketowork.ca if you are interested in hosting a Bike to Work Week Celebration Station.

Pictures below: Past Bike to Work Weeks

Bike to Work Fraser Valley 2010 Kick-off
Above: CIVL Radio pumping tunes at the 2010 Bike to Work Week Fraser Valley Kick-off Hosted by University of the Fraser Valley

 


Above: Making bike-blended smoothies at the Fraser Valley Kick-off!

 


Above: Abbotsford Mayor George Peary enjoys a bike-blended smoothie at the 2010 Bike to Work Fraser Valley Kick-off. 

 

 
Above: MMM more smoothies!

 


Above: People came from all over the Fraser Valley to enjoy the Bike to Work Week Fraser Valley Kick-off


Above: Commuter Cyclist Racers are getting interviewed by media just before the "Amazing Commuter Race" between them and a car.

 


Above: The bikes WIN the "Amazing Commuter Race" between cyclists and a car!


Above: The line for free bike mechanics provided by Mark Stewart at the Fraser Valley Kick-off.

Pictures below: 2009 BTWWFV Kick-off!

Above (Left to Right): MLA Mike de Jong, Abbotsford Mayor Peary, Mission Mayor Atebe, and Abbotsford Cycling Action Group Co-Chairs Orlando Schmidt and Sue Vince.

 



Above: Gold Sponsor -  Vancity Staff. Special THANK YOU to Vancity for supporting BTWW and promoting environmental sustainability in the communities they serve!

 
Above: Abbotsford Mayor Peary and Mission Mayor Atebe


Above: Commuter Challenge Preparing for Take Off!


Above: Commuter Challenge Cyclists Harvey Bergen of LifeCycles Bike Shop and Kevin Koopmans of Community Futures. The Bikes are in the lead!!


Above: And the Bikes Win with a 2 Minute Lead!! Kevin Koopmans and Harvey Bergen.


 

 

 



 

 

 

Results So Far

These results do not reflect final numbers until after Bike To Work Week. Numbers shown below are only for teams that have reported so far.

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2013 North Okanagan Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 56
  • Participants: 401
  • First Time Cyclists: 77
  • Male Cyclists: 201
  • Female Cyclists: 200
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 12,894
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2,991

2013 Squamish Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 35
  • Participants: 172
  • First Time Cyclists: 38
  • Male Cyclists: 70
  • Female Cyclists: 102
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 5,178
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,201

2013 Sunshine Coast Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 86
  • Participants: 615
  • First Time Cyclists: 116
  • Male Cyclists: 320
  • Female Cyclists: 295
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 15,147
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 3,514

2013 Port McNeill Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 6th

  • Registered Teams: 3
  • Participants: 34
  • First Time Cyclists: 12
  • Male Cyclists: 18
  • Female Cyclists: 16
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 257
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 60

2013 BC Communities Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 33
  • Participants: 149
  • First Time Cyclists: 43
  • Male Cyclists: 55
  • Female Cyclists: 94
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 4,011
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 931

2013 Dawson Creek Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 10
  • Participants: 7
  • First Time Cyclists: 3
  • Male Cyclists: 6
  • Female Cyclists: 1
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 238
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 55

2013 Summerland Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 10
  • Participants: 23
  • First Time Cyclists: N/A
  • Male Cyclists: 16
  • Female Cyclists: 7
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 451
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 105

2013 Merritt Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 7
  • Participants: 40
  • First Time Cyclists: 4
  • Male Cyclists: 22
  • Female Cyclists: 18
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 945
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 219

2013 Invermere Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 22
  • Participants: 49
  • First Time Cyclists: 7
  • Male Cyclists: 21
  • Female Cyclists: 28
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 1,328
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 308

2013 Pemberton Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 8
  • Participants: 45
  • First Time Cyclists: 10
  • Male Cyclists: 8
  • Female Cyclists: 37
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 987
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 229

2013 Grand Forks Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 4
  • Participants: 11
  • First Time Cyclists: 1
  • Male Cyclists: 7
  • Female Cyclists: 4
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 1,354
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 314

2013 Salt Spring & Other Gulf Islands Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 39
  • Participants: 131
  • First Time Cyclists: 53
  • Male Cyclists: 50
  • Female Cyclists: 81
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 5,298
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,229

2013 Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 650

2013 Nanaimo Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 57
  • Participants: 238
  • First Time Cyclists: 32
  • Male Cyclists: 117
  • Female Cyclists: 121
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 9,101
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2,111

2013 Revelstoke Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 49
  • Participants: 353
  • First Time Cyclists: 47
  • Male Cyclists: 141
  • Female Cyclists: 212
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 10,126
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2,349

2013 Prince Rupert Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 2
  • Participants: 1
  • First Time Cyclists: N/A
  • Male Cyclists: N/A
  • Female Cyclists: 1
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 15
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 3

2013 Prince George Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 76
  • Participants: 326
  • First Time Cyclists: 73
  • Male Cyclists: 153
  • Female Cyclists: 173
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 10,587
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2,456

2013 Shuswap Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 12
  • Participants: 40
  • First Time Cyclists: 4
  • Male Cyclists: 19
  • Female Cyclists: 21
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 1,204
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 279

2013 Smithers Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 65
  • Participants: 322
  • First Time Cyclists: 49
  • Male Cyclists: 146
  • Female Cyclists: 176
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 8,167
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,895

2013 Powell River Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 31
  • Participants: 150
  • First Time Cyclists: 40
  • Male Cyclists: 70
  • Female Cyclists: 80
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 4,147
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 962

2013 Penticton Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 80
  • Participants: 354
  • First Time Cyclists: 53
  • Male Cyclists: 177
  • Female Cyclists: 177
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 11,376
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2,639

2013 Oceanside Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 4
  • Participants: 22
  • First Time Cyclists: 2
  • Male Cyclists: 11
  • Female Cyclists: 11
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 764
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 177

2013 Terrace Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 42
  • Participants: 190
  • First Time Cyclists: 49
  • Male Cyclists: 98
  • Female Cyclists: 92
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 4,873
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,131

2013 Tofino Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 7
  • Participants: 19
  • First Time Cyclists: 4
  • Male Cyclists: 6
  • Female Cyclists: 13
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 691
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 160

2013 Whistler Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 53
  • Participants: 207
  • First Time Cyclists: 43
  • Male Cyclists: 84
  • Female Cyclists: 123
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 5,749
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,334

2013 Langley Bike To Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 48
  • Participants: 125
  • First Time Cyclists: 46
  • Male Cyclists: 68
  • Female Cyclists: 57
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 5,502
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,277

2013 Kamloops Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 125
  • Participants: 918
  • First Time Cyclists: 204
  • Male Cyclists: 479
  • Female Cyclists: 439
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 24,072
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 5,585

2013 Kootenays Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 6
  • Participants: 23
  • First Time Cyclists: 1
  • Male Cyclists: 11
  • Female Cyclists: 12
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 1,319
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 306

2013 Kitimat Bike to Work Week

May 26th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: N/A
  • Participants: N/A
  • First Time Cyclists: N/A
  • Male Cyclists: N/A
  • Female Cyclists: N/A
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): N/A
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: N/A

2013 Kelowna & Central Okanagan Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 256
  • Participants: 1,277
  • First Time Cyclists: 263
  • Male Cyclists: 653
  • Female Cyclists: 624
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 56,326
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 13,068

2013 Fraser Valley Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 125
  • Participants: 714
  • First Time Cyclists: 201
  • Male Cyclists: 394
  • Female Cyclists: 320
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 15,479
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 3,591

2013 Fort St. James Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 9
  • Participants: 57
  • First Time Cyclists: 15
  • Male Cyclists: 15
  • Female Cyclists: 42
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 2,124
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 493

2013 Cowichan Valley Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 38
  • Participants: 164
  • First Time Cyclists: 42
  • Male Cyclists: 90
  • Female Cyclists: 74
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 7,244
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 1,681

2013 Comox Valley Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 112
  • Participants: 621
  • First Time Cyclists: 82
  • Male Cyclists: 289
  • Female Cyclists: 332
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 19,587
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 4,544

2013 Campbell River Bike to Work Week

May 27th – June 2nd

  • Registered Teams: 84
  • Participants: 319
  • First Time Cyclists: 61
  • Male Cyclists: 146
  • Female Cyclists: 173
  • Kilometres Cycled (Round Trip): 12,133
  • Kilograms of Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2,815

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