2023 Bike Awards

The 2023 HUB Cycling Bike Awards is a celebration of organizations and individuals that are making biking better across Metro Vancouver. Now in its tenth year, our virtual ceremony will award those that achieved great things for cycling over 2022 while also showcasing and profiling personal stories and successes.


Watch Back the 10th Annual HUB Bike Awards Now:


How can you continue to support HUB Cycling?

Your support enables us to make an impact on people of all ages and abilities and promote access to cycling across regional and diverse communities. You can support HUB Cycling's work by:

  1. Becoming a Lifetime HUB Member for only $10 at bikehub.ca/join.
  2. Joining a volunteer HUB Local Committee to advocate for safer cycling in your community. 
  3. Donating to HUB Cycling to support our advocacy work to #UnGapTheMap and build a safe, connected bike network in Metro Vancouver.

Bike Awards Prizes 

Register and participate in the 2023 Bike Awards to win some sweet prizes.


In 2023 we welcome 14 elected officials from across the region:

  • Provincial ministers Bowinn Ma, Jagrup Brar, Mike Farnworth, Rob Fleming and Selina Robinson

  • Mayor of Port Coquitlam, Brad West & Mayor of Burnaby, Mike Hurley

  • City Councillors Alexa Loo, City of Richmond, Christine Boyle, City of Vancouver,  Jenny Tan, City of Maple Ridge and Tony Valente, City of North Vancouver.

  • School trustees Bill Brassington, Kulvir Mann and Val Windsor. 


Meet this year's emcee, Steve Tornes 

Steve is an SFU alumnus with a MA in Urban Studies who has an inexhaustible passion for all things related to urban planning, data, politics, and literature. Throughout his studies, he has focused on how transportation collides with space, equity, and everyday mobilities — with these interests culminating in his thesis on the Vancouver Bike Share Program. Steve is also the creator of the Trip Diary, an original Below the Radar podcast mini-series examining how we move through urban spaces.








This year's winners 

2022 HUB Bike Award winners

Arno Schortinghuis Cycling Champion of the Year Award

HUB Cycling is honoured to be able to name a Cycling Champion of the Year Award after Arno Schortinghuis, memorializing his lifetime of dedication to improving cycling conditions and bettering people’s lives. This award will recognize cycling achievement.

In 2022, we were delighted to present the award to a prominent figure in promoting cycling as a viable method of transportation in Vancouver. Mia Kohout, general manager at Mobi by Shaw Go, was awarded for her leadership in expanding Vancouver’s first bike-share program and founding Metro Vancouver’s Bike to Work Week in 2007.

Mia Kohout, general manager at Mobi by Shaw Go, stand beside a Mobi Bike Share station with her HUB Bike Award

Sponsor the Bike Awards! 

HUB Cycling could only put on our events with the generous support of our sponsors. If you want to sponsor next year's Bike Awards, please email Lisa at events@bikehub.ca.


Thank you to the 2023 Bike Award Sponsors! 


A logo slurry of HUB Cycling's 2023 Bike Awards sponsors, including TransLink, Downtown Vancouver, Richards Buell Sutton LLP, EXP, bunt & associates, Urban Systems, ATS Traffic, Eco-counter and Lafarge.


Thank you to the 2023 Bike Award Supporters! 

A logo slurry of HUB Cycling's 2023 Bike Awards sponsors, including fairware, Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic, Simons, Magicshine Lights and SportChek.