2022 Bike Awards
The 2022 HUB Cycling Bike Awards is a celebration of organizations and individuals that are making biking better across Metro Vancouver.
Now in its ninth year, our virtual ceremony will award those that achieved great things for cycling over 2021, while also showcasing and profiling personal stories and successes.
MISS THE 2022 SHOW?
The event was streamed on Zoom Live, allowing everyone to participate remotely across Metro Vancouver.
Join us in the Welcoming Ceremony provided by Wes Nahannee, Squamish Nation Cultural Ambassador and see the winners announced live! The MC for the evening was Uytae Lee. Uytae is the founder of About Here, a YouTube channel dedicated to making videos that engage the public on urban planning issues in Vancouver. He's currently working as a video columnist with the CBC.
Bike Awards Emcee
For our 9th Annual Bike Awards, we are excited to have Uytae Lee emcee for the third year in a row!
Uytae is the founder of About Here, a YouTube channel dedicated to making videos that engage the public on urban planning issues in Vancouver. He’s currently working as a video columnist with the CBC.
We will be joined by 12 elected officials from across the region:
- Provincial ministers Selina Robinson and Melanie Mark
- MLA Ian Paton and MLA Brenda Bailey
- Mayor of Coquitlam Richard Stewart, Mayor of Richmond Malcolm Brodie, and Mayor of New West Jonathan Cote
- Tony Valente, North Vancouver City Councillor, and Christine Boyle, City of Vancouver Councillor
- School trustees Carmen Cho, Kulvir Mann, and Patrick Gatien
- Celebrate the achievements of the cycling community.
- Connect with the cycling community
- Find out what Metro Vancouver is doing to support cycling
- Support HUB Cycling in our effort to get more people on bikes. The more people that join, the stronger our voice when we advocate for safer bike infrastructure
- Early Bird Registration Prize - Register before January 31st for the chance to win a Wellness Pack (valued at $470) from Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic. Congratulations Geoff T.
- Door Prizes - Tune in to the event for the chance to win prizes from Book Warehouse, Ryders Eyewear, TransLink, and Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic. Congratulations Al H, Alice C, Amelia C, and Emily B!
HUB Cycling could not put on our events without the generous support of our sponsors. If you are interested in sponsoring our 2022 Virtual Bike Awards, please email Kate at email@example.com.
Spread the Word
Check out the winners from the February 2022 Bike Awards which recognised those that made an outstanding commitment to improving biking across Metro Vancouver in 2021.
Check out the winners from the February 2021 Bike Awards which recognised those that made an outstanding commitment to improving biking across Metro Vancouver in 2020.
Check out the winners from the February 2020 Bike Awards which recognizised those that made an outstanding commitment to improving biking across Metro Vancouver in 2019.
February 2020 Bike Awards Photo Gallery
Arno Schortinghuis Lifetime Achievement Award
HUB Cycling is honoured to be able to name a Lifetime Achievement Award after Arno Schortinghuis, memorializing his lifetime of dedication to improving cycling conditions and bettering people’s lives. This award will recognize a lifetime of cycling achievement.
In 2019, we were very pleased to present the award to an individual that lived cycling personally and politically, making a huge and lasting impact on cycling in Vancouver. Moving past the fears and carmageddon calls from so many, to show leadership and approve and build the largest outlay of protected cycle lanes in the city’s history.
We are proud to present the first annual Arno Schortinghuis Lifetime Achievement Award at our 6th Annual HUB Bike Awards to Gregor Robertson.
The Arno Schortinghuis Lifetime Achievement Award was not given out at the 7th Annual HUB Bike Awards.
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