Celebration Stations and Community Stations

Celebrations Stations are our most popular in-person activations during events. They are high-energy places where the community can visit to receive free basic bike maintenance, cycling information, and resources for a safe and happy ride.

Each station offers snacks and coffee (morning stations only)!

Map currently shows locations for Monday, June 3rd, to Sunday, June 9th, 2024.

View Celebration Stations by day:
 
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

 

Date Location Details
Tue, Jun 4
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Cedar Drive Park

Celebration Station sponsored by TransLink

  • Free snacks and cycling resources including TransLink Metro Vancouver and Tri-cities bike maps
  • Free 15-minute bike maintenance from David. 

Location: Cedar Drive Park, 950 Prarie Avenue, Port Coquitlam 

Tue, Jun 4
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Marine Gateway - Cambie at SW Marine

Community Station sponsored by Marine Gateway

Easily accessible from the Canada Line Marine Drive station or the Bike Lane on Cambie Street. Look for our tent and friendly Building Operators. Snacks from T&T Supermarket and drinks from Starbucks will be provided! Visit our station for a chance to win some Fresh Slice pizza and $50 Starbucks gift cards!

Location: Fresh Slice at Marine Gateway - Cambie at SW Marine

Tue, Jun 4
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Kerrisdale Community Centre

Celebration Station sponsored by City of Vancouver

  • Free snacks, coffee, and cycling resources including City of Vancouver bike maps
  • Free 10-minute bike maintenance from Percy.

LocationKerrisdale Community Centre

Tue, Jun 4
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
The Stack

Celebration Station sponsored by Oxford Properties

  • Free snacks and cycling resources including Vancouver bike maps
  • Free 10-minute bike maintenance from Callum

Location1133 Melville St, Downtown Vancouver.

Tue, Jun 4
6:15 PM - 9:00 PM
The Bike Kitchen Volunteer Night

Volunteer Night sponsored by The Bike Kitchen

During this time, beginners can join The Bike Kitchen staff and board to learn about bike mechanics in a safe and welcoming environment, absolutely no experience is needed. The bikes we work on during Volunteer Night either get recycled, or re-used through one of our other programs, such as the Kids Bike Library, Bici Libre, or Bikes for BIPOC. Visit here for more information.

Location: The Bike Kitchen, UBC 

Tue, Jun 4
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
BC Cancer Vancouver

Celebration Station sponsored by Fraser Health

  • Free snacks and cycling resources including City of Vancouver and Metro Vancouver bike maps
  • 10-minute free basic bike maintenance from Zoe.
  • Practice putting your bike on the Bus Bike Rack. 

Location: BC Cancer Vancouver (11th Avenue on the grassy area between BC Cancer & BCCDC)

Tue, Jun 4
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Lafarge Lake Douglas Skytrain Station

Celebration Station sponsored by City of Coquitlam

  • Free snacks and cycling resources including Translink Metro Vancouver and Tri-Cities bike maps
  • Free 10-minute bike maintenance from Pat. 
  • Practice putting your bike on the Bus Bike Rack. 

Location: Lafarge Lake Douglas Skytrain Station

Tue, Jun 4
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
FREE WEBINAR: Intro to E-biking

Free webinar 

This introductory e-biking workshop is designed to provide you with useful tips for buying, riding, and caring for your e-bike.

Register here!

Tue, Jun 4
Meet at 6:15 PM
Gravel Buddies Tuesday Trails Ride

Group ride hosted by Gravel Buddies

Come join us a fun evening social ride in Stanley Park.

We will be meeting at 6:15pm by Aaron Webster Memorial, at the corner of Bridle Path and Rawlings Trail, just off Second Beach Pool area. Leaving at 6:30pm. Don’t forget to bring your lights!

All beginner gravel riders are welcome. Our rides are no-drop, so we will always wait for the whole group.

This ride is for women, queer, non-binary or just anyone who feels marginalized by the cycling community. This is a social ride, not guided, which means everyone is responsible for themselves and their decisions.

Location: Aaron Webster Memorial, at the corner of Bridle Path and Rawlings Trail