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The BC Cycling Coalition is a tireless advocate for cycling in our province but we are much more effective when we all work together. The BC Cycling Coalition relies on the strength of our members. Your support is much appreciated. Please help increase our membership by spreading the word to your friends and family. 

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Local Issues

For local issues, please contact your local cycling organization and write your mayor and council.


  • Sign the petition

    A Billion for Bikes - Cycling for Everyone Petition

    I call upon the Government of BC to enable everyone in BC to cycle & walk in safety as part of their daily lives by implementing an Active Transportation Strategy that includes:

    • Investing $1 billion over the next ten years to:
      • Upgrade cycling & walking facilities on provincial roads & bridges
      • Complete cycling & walking networks in communities across BC
      • Provide safe routes to school for children
      • Build trails & routes for cycling & walking tourism
    • Ensuring that paths & protected bike lanes can be safely shared by people using wheelchairs, skateboards & in-line skates
    • Enhancing cycling education for children & adults
    • Promoting cycling & walking
    • Encouraging electric bike use by eliminating the PST & providing rebates
    4,350 SUPPORTERS
    650 needed to reach 5,000

    Will you sign?

    or Text SIGN to +16046704421 to sign
  • Take Action

    Transportation Plan For All - Take Action

    The Provincial Government has recently announced the new 10-year transportation plan, B.C. on the Move. 

    The plan marks a significant opportunity to improve cycling in B.C. Thanks to all of you who completed their survey. It made a real difference as 72% supported enhancing cycling infrastructure!

    As a result, the plan includes:

    • $18 million over 3 years in Bike BC funding for communities (an increase of 50%)
    • the widening of shoulders and safety improvements on provincial highways in areas with high volumes of cyclists 
    • doubling of the frequency of sweeping on main cycling corridors
    • Cycling Tourism Signage and Marketing Strategy to promote B.C.’s beautiful cycling routes

    These improvements are much appreciated. Still, more is needed. We strongly encourage the Province to implement a comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy building upon the BC Road Safety Strategy which commits to a long term goal of zero fatalities.  Safe and comfortable access for people walking, cycling, riding transit or using wheelchairs should be an integral part of the plan and of all the roads and bridges in BC.

    Cycling facilities should be safe, convenient and comfortable for people of all ages and abilities including children and seniors. This includes bicycle paths and protected bike lanes that are designed to be safe for the higher speed cycling required for long distance commuting, training and exercise.


    1. Accelerate provincial investment in walking and all ages and abilities cycling infrastructure totalling $100 million per year including:

      • Funding for auditing, planning and upgrading cycling and walking facilities on provincial roads and bridges including shoulders and separated paths;

      • Increased Bike BC cost sharing funding to complete cycling networks in communities;

      • Funding for Safe Routes to School for B.C. children 

      • Cost sharing funding for complete streets with all ages cycling facilities that are also safer and more comfortable for walking; and

      • Funding for trails and paths used by cycling and walking tourists and residents.

    2. Improved cycling and driver education;

    3. The adoption of improved standards for facilities that are both appropriate for all ages and abilities and higher-speed cycling;
    4. Universally available cycling skills training for children with provincial funding support;

    5. Improved standards & more funding for maintenance and hazard removal on roads, shoulders paths used by cyclists;

    6. Legislation to improve the safety and legal protection of people walking and cycling including a safe passing distance (1m) law and allowing riding two abreast;

    7. Legislative changes allowing municipalities to cost-effectively reduce speeds on walking and cycling routes;

    8. The implementation of a comprehensive cycling tourism strategy; and

    9. Increased provincial funding for transit and legislation that gives municipalities and TransLink the authority to implement new funding sources for cycling, walking and transit improvements.

    Take Action

    Donate Give your loved ones and yourself the gift of great cycling

    Write a Letter to Minister Stone and your MLA

    Spread the Word to your friends, family and co-workers

    Let us know your cycling infrastructure project priorities.

    More Information

    Download the BCCC Active Transportation Strategy for more information.

    BC Government

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Individual Membership

The BC Cycling Coalition is your voice for great bike routes everywhere. We are working hard to enable everyone in the Province to bike for their daily trips while eliminating fatalities and injuries. 

Your membership really helps support our efforts to encourage the Government to invest $1 billion over ten years in safe bike routes around B.C.

Membership is $30/year for individuals, $15/year for students & people with low incomes, and $30 + $10 per additional person for households. Additional contributions are much appreciated. 

monthly membership through reoccurring payments is $2.50/month. This commitment will help provide more certainty for our campaigns and advocacy efforts. (If you are a new member, you will be eligible to vote at our AGM and receive membership benefits once your totally contributions reach $15).


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