2020 Bike to School Week | 2020 Bike to Work Week

Burns Lake

Dear Friends,

After careful consideration of the information and directives coming from the World Health Organization, the Public Health Agency of Canada, and British Columbia’s Medical Officer on the outbreak of COVID-19,  GoByBikeBC Society regrets to announce that we will be postponing our spring 2020 Bike To Work and School Week, which was scheduled to run May 25-31, 2020.

As COVID-19 continues to change the way we work, educate, and interact with friends and family, GoByBike BC hopes that you’ll continue to get outside and ride your bike.

To quote the wise words of our dear friend, Janine Arnold:
Flatten the curve, not the tire. Ride on, my friends."

Riding a bike is a great way to stay healthy (physically and mentally) while we live in a socially distanced world. Riding a bike gets you outdoors, experiencing nature, in touch with fresh air and the changing springtime climate, and it rarely brings you into close proximity with other people. Riding a bike also reduces your stress levels in times of uncertainty, like right now; and it allows us to experience the world in new and unexpected ways.

Together, with our various partners and stakeholders, we are developing a plan to run the event at a later date, when it is safe to do so.

The situation with COVID-19 is evolving rapidly. Our main concern during this time is for your health and for the health of your communities.

Stay healthy, keep #goingbybike, ride safe, ride ONLY with immediate housemates, stay at least 2 meters away from other road users, and ensure your bike stays in safe working condition!


GoByBike BC Society is currently building a new website and online registration and reporting system with a goal of launching April 23, 2020. Special Thanks to the Province of BC, Ministry of Transportation; and Big Bear Software for sponsoring this project.  Please follow us on social media to stay updated on the progress, and to see when registration opens for 2020 for Bike to Work & School Week.


Tips & Tricks to Make Cycling More Comfortable & Safer in Colder, Wetter Weather

Check out these short YouTube Videos about Route Planning, Fenders, How to Keep Your Feet Dry, How to Keep Your Hands Warm, etc...: CLICK HERE
GoByBike with Grandma: CLICK HERE
Planning for Winter Cycling: CLICK HERE
Make it Yours: Plan Your Route to GoByBike: CLICK HERE

May 2, 2014

Login and enter YOUR kilometres cycled for each day you cycled (this simple step only takes a minute) before June 6. This will enter YOU into the prize draw. To Enter your Teammates into the Prize Draw, Either: 1) Add them to your team and login and enter their kilometres cycled for each day they cycled, in the Quick Log before June 6    -OR-   2) Tell them to register, join your team in the registration process, and enter their own kilometres cyceld for each day day they cycled in the Quick Log before June 6.

May 1, 2014

Please register and log your kilometres to qualify for great prizes!

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Jay Finstad biked 1.16 km for GoByBike - Teens & Adults, October 25, 2019
Dave Turford biked 45.00 km for 2019 Bike to Work Week, June 2, 2019
Maria Sandberg biked 2.43 km for 2019 Bike to Work Week, May 31, 2019
Dave Turford biked 9.38 km for 2019 Bike to Work Week, May 31, 2019
Maria Sandberg biked 2.43 km for 2019 Bike to Work Week, May 30, 2019
Dave Turford biked 9.38 km for 2019 Bike to Work Week, May 30, 2019

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