#229 - 312 Main Street
Vancouver B.C. V6A 2T2
T 604.558.2002 | F 604.648.8975
Our regular office hours are Monday to Thursday, 10 am - 4 pm. We are closed on statutory holidays and Easter Monday.
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- Bike to Work Week firstname.lastname@example.org
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- HUB Cycling Member Services firstname.lastname@example.org
- External Community Events email@example.com
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HUB Cycling Local Committees
Visit each Committee's web page for contact information and meeting days, times and locations.
- HUB Cycling Burnaby
- HUB Cycling Delta
- HUB Cycling Langley
- HUB Cycling Maple Ridge - Pitt Meadows
- HUB Cycling New Westminster
- HUB Cycling North Shore
- HUB Cycling Richmond
- HUB Cycling Surrey - White Rock
- HUB Cycling Tri-Cities
- HUB Cycling Vancouver
Report a Route Problem
Problems during your ride? Report any cycling safety issues or road hazards to staff in your municipality, using the following contact options. Ask for a follow-up regarding the issue and its resolution, so we can ensure the safety and accessibility of our entire cycling network!
- Burnaby - info on City website
- City of North Vancouver - send an email
- Coquitlam - Call City staff at (604) 927-3500
- District of North Vancouver - send an email or call District staff at (604) 990-2450
- District of West Vancouver - info on District website
- New Westminster - info on City website, or download Click Fix smartphone app
- Richmond - info on City website.
- Surrey - send an email
- Township of Langley - info on Township website
- Vancouver - send an email, or call 311
- BC Ministry of Transportation - Most highways and roads at UBC are under provincial jurisdiction and serviced by their maintenance contractor - contact Mainroad, or call 604-271-0337
Collision, Fall or Near-Miss?
Report cycling incidents on BikeMaps.org. Mapping your cycling incidents helps researchers identify cycling safety hot-spots and can help guide design improvements that make streets safer for cycling.