Bike Reels: Student Video Contest
Calling all Metro Vancouver students! HUB Cycling invites you to film a short video about biking, walking, or rolling around your neighbourhood.
Possible video ideas include:
Benefits of biking, walking, or rolling around your neighbourhood
Ideas for making biking and active travel safer and/or more fun in your neighbourhood
Your favourite routes around your neighbourhood
How you get ready to bike, walk, or roll
Benefits of biking, walking or rolling during the COVID-19 pandemic
How to encourage biking, walking or rolling during the COVID-19 pandemic
We welcome all video submissions that celebrate biking and active travel, feel free to get creative!
Students outside of Metro Vancouver can also participate through HUB's partner GoByBikeBC.
For more information about the contest, please check out the contest poster here. Be sure to share this poster with other students!
Age: students must be 18 years old and under
Length: 60-90 seconds
Content: videos should encourage safe, active transportation and follow current public health guidelines for safe physical distancing.
Format: upload to Youtube, Vimeo, or send to HUB Cycling via DropBox (for more info see submission form below)
To submit, visit this page
Deadline for submissions is June 2, 2020
Bike Reels: Student Video Contest 2019 Videos and Winners
As part of Bike to School Week 2019, HUB Cycling hosted the inaugural Bike Reels Student Video contest for student in Kindergarten to Gr 12 in Metro Vancouver. Students were encouraged to film 60-90 sec films on the topic of biking, walking, and rollig to school. See this year's winners below.
Honourable Mention K- Gr 2 Category
Cassidy Bikes to Kindergarten by Cassidy Ageson-Baxter
(Kindergarten, Sir Wilfred Laurier Elementary School, Vancouver)
Honourable Mention Gr 3-5 Category
Bike Safety: A How-To by Quinlan Floyd
(Gr 5, L'Ecole Bilingue Elementary, Vancouver)
Honourable Mention Gr 6-8 Category
Walk to School by Lucas Fong
(Gr 7, Scott Creek Middle School, Coquitlam)
Honourable Mention Gr 9-12 Category
Vicky and Enya's Bike to School Week by Enya Zeng & Vicky Qiu
(Gr 9, David Thompson Secondary School, Vancouver)
The 2019 Grand Prize Winning Film, Ride Your Bike! will be shown at the HUB Cycling Bike Shorts event in November 2019, in addition to receiving our $500 Grand Prize. We also awarded 4 x $150 Honorable Mention Prizes to each of the above winners.
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