HUB Cycling educates road users to improve safety and comfort, and to promote awareness and understanding of each other. HUB provides cycling education to all ages.
Each year, HUB Cycling delivers cycling education to thousands of people in Metro Vancouver through our Bike to School, StreetWise and Workplace Cycling Workshop programs. Our engaging courses include cycling theory and practical riding experiences to help people build the skills and confidence needed to bike for transportation. All courses are taught by our extremely friendly and experienced team of cycling instructors. Meet our team! Learn more about our programs, and register for upcoming public courses on the pages below.
Looking for a custom course for your group or event? Please complete our course request form, and our bike education team will get back to you.
Through courses delivered in schools, and our annual Bike to School Week event, we're encouraging thousands of youth to get out and ride annually.
Bike to School Week is an annual celebration of cycling and active travel that takes place in elementary and middle schools across Metro Vancouver. To find our more, or register your school, visit the Bike to School Week page.
To continue educating from a safe distance, we have transitioned part of our core youth content into an interactive online bike safety course.
Our public courses teach urban riding skills to people of all skill-levels through engaging on-bike programs. We also offer specialized courses for families and newcomers to Canada.
A variety of 1 and 2-hour courses for staff teams delivered as part of our Bike Friendly Business program to improve employee health and wellbeing.
This mentorship program matches new immigrants and refugees with host volunteers to get introduced to cycling routes, rules and culture in Canada.
Register for our free Bike to Work Week webinar series! Our one-hour online presentations include 'Intro to City Cycling', 'Intro to Biking with Children', 'Bike fit, mobility and strengthening tips for cyclists', and 'Where next? A history of cycling in Vancouver - past, present and future'.