Bike to School

Part of our core mission is to provide cycling instruction and events for Elementary, Middle and Secondary schools in the area. Our Bike to School program offers courses and activities for Grades 3 and up, as well as promoting and growing Metro Vancouver’s Bike to School Week.

Partnering up with our Bike to School team allows your school the opportunity to:

  • Promote cycling as a fun, healthy & social way to exercise, be independent, and get around. 
  • Offer an avenue to build and increase cycling skills.
  • Take an active role in promoting bike knowledge, including safe and responsible cycling.




This program is our primer course for grades 3-6, where trained instructors teach introductory cycling skills and safety. This course takes place over 2 days at community schools, and is designed to grow students’ knowledge and confidence in their cycling progression.

Ride The Road

This intermediate course is designed for grades 6-8, introducing students to the freedom and responsibilities of cycling in an urban setting. Taking place over 5 days, this course explores basic bike maintenance, road safety, and culminates in a small-group neighborhood road ride in the schools’ community.

Bike To School Week

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




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. In our Bike to School programs, we provide opportunities for all children to be able to experience our activities on bikes. Thanks to a grant for the GoodLife Kids Foundation, we are able to offer a variety of adapted bikes to support those with a variety of needs and mobility issues. These bikes ensure that all children, regardless of their abilities, can participate in a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable way. Since joining our fleet in 2017, these bikes have allowed many young riders in Metro Vancouver to progress in their love and appreciation of cycling. For more information on these bikes, please check out our resources page (coming soon)!