Help us move cycling forward in BC!

, thanks for your great work on the board of directors!

Welcome to the British Columbia Cycling Coalition's new web site! Thanks so much for your support of the BCCC and cycling in BC. The site still a work in progress and we have not transferred everything over from the old site yet. Please let us know what you think by commenting below.

Take Action

Your letters do make a difference. So please help make BC a better place to ride a bicycle!

Speed Limit Increases a Cycling Safety Concern

Concerned about cycling safety and the speed limit increases on BC Highways? Then please take action!
Write Minister Stone
Thanks for writing Minister Stone. Your letters make a difference!
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More Provincial Cycling Funding Needed

Want more direct safer cycling routes in your community so your family and friends can cycling for transportation and recreation? Increased provincial funding for cycling will help make that happen. Please take action!
Write Minister Stone
Thanks for writing Minister Stone. Your letters make a difference!
Ask your friends to write

Write Your Mayor and Council

To learn more about local issues, please get involved with your local cycling organization.

BC Bikes 2014 Victoria

Oct. 17-19

BC Bikes, our Annual Conference and AGM are coming up on October 17, 18 and 19 in Victoria. The AGM is Oct. 17, 1-3pm. Please reserve the dates. The Bike Sense Workshop will be held in conjunction with the conference on October 17th and the morning of the 18th.

Please let us what your suggestions and priorities for the Conference are.

BCCC Conference Suggestions

VeloWorks 2014

All Ages Cycling and Cycling Tourism

Sept. 17-18

VeloWorks 2014 will build upon the legacy of Velo-city Global by highlighting plans, improvements and programs from around the region and Province by bringing together political leaders, cycling experts and advocates to further move cycling forward.

Speakers include Gil Penalosa, Mayor Darrell Mussatto, Mayor Dean Fortin, Mayor Richard Walton, Nastassja Pace of Travel Oregon, former Whistler Mayor Ken Melamed, Dr. Kay Teschke, Bob Paddon, Gordon Price, Dr. Arne Elias of BCCC and Canada Bikes, Jack Becker of the BCCC, Steve Durrant & Gavin Davidson of Alta Planning, Ian Wasson of Burnaby, Dale Bracewell of Vancouver and Scout Grey of HUB.

The BCCC is teaming up with VeloWorks to help move cycling forward in BCCC. If you are a BCCC member, please check the box on the registration form and $15 will be contributed to the BCCC. If you are not a BCCC member, please become a member.

Register for VeloWorks

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Secretary - Board of Directors

The BCCC is seeking a person passionate about organization and detail to serve as the Secretary of our Board of Directors.

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Individual Engagement and Fundraising Chair

The BCCC is seeking an individual to inspire, mentor and advise board members, staff and volunteers on individual engagement and fundraising.

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Business Engagement and Fundraising Chair

The BCCC is seeking an individual to inspire, mentor and advise board members, staff and volunteers regarding business engagement and fundraising.

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Advocacy Chair

The BCCC is seeking an individual to serve on our board of directors that will lead and inspire our efforts to make B.C. a great place for people of all ages to cycle for transportation, recreation and tourism.

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Call for Directors

The BCCC is seeking individuals dedicated to moving cycling forward to stand for nomination to our board of directors at our Annual General Meeting on October 19, 2014 from 1 to 3pm.

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