Bike to School
Bike education & events for community schools
Designed for elementary, middle & secondary schools, our Bike to School program provides cycling instruction and fun activities for Grades 2 and up, as well as Metro Vancouver’s Bike to School Week. Your school can:
- Promote and demonstrate cycling as a fun, healthy & social way to exercise, be independent, and get around!
- Build and increase cycling skills
- Teach and promote safe, responsible cycling
- Teach the ABCs of bike care, security and maintenance
Learn2Ride is a beginner course for grades 2-5, teaching introductory cycling skills and safety. See the video at the bottom of this page to see Learn2Ride in action! Find out more...
Ride the Road is an intermediate course for grades 6-10, introducing upper-level primary and secondary school students to the freedom and responsibilities of cycling in an urban setting. Find out more...
Bike to School Week is the annual highlight of the Bike to School program, coinciding with Bike to Work Week in communities across Metro Vancouver and all of British Columbia. Find out more...
HUB Cycling is able to deliver courses in schools thanks to generous funding from TransLink, municipalities, and grants. Interested in having HUB Cycling come to your school? Add your school to our Bike to School course interest list and we'll get in touch to let you know if funding is available in your city.
Our Adapted Bikes program is a new initiative, which aims to remove barriers to participation in HUB Cycling’s bike education courses. Our goal is to include and encourage as many students as possible to take part in our programs. We thank the GoodLife Kids Foundation for their support in creating a cycling experience that is safe, comfortable, and fun for students with additional learning needs. Schools that are recieving our bike education courses can request more information about the Adapted Bikes program by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.