Volunteer with HUB

Volunteer with HUB Cycling to help make biking better in Metro Vancouver. Volunteers support local action, educational programs, community events, public engagement, communications and our core operations.

Volunteer at GoByBike Week

HUB is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help at our Celebration Stations. There are going to be approximately 30 Celebration Stations set up across Metro Vancouver.

Each Celebration Station is set up for 2 hours. Volunteer shifts start 45 minutes before the Celebration Stations starts and ends 30 minutes after, for a total volunteer shift of 3.25 hours. 

View the schedule and sign up for a shift

Volunteer with a Local Committee

HUB local committees meet monthly and advocate for action to improve cycling infrastructure, increase cycling education in schools and represent HUB at events. Our local committees are always looking for volunteers to fill leadership roles (co-chair, committee volunteer engagement, stakeholder engagement, communications, social media etc), and small working groups to make your community safer and more connected for cycling.

To learn about the HUB Local Committee for your area, click here.

Volunteer with HUB's Cycling Education Programs

There are many ways to lend your enthusiasm and skills to support our cycling education programs for kids and adults, especially during the Spring and Fall Bike to School seasons. Education volunteer roles include bike fleet maintenance, data entry, assisting instructors on programs, and clearing and inventorying supplies. Current opportunities will be posted below. Sign up for the Volunteer Opportunities newsletter to be notified when we post something new!

Current Opportunities:


Bike to School Mechanics

This role assists the Bike Education & Gear Coordinator with the maintenance of HUB’s bike fleet during the Bike to School season, April through June. Generally, maintenance occurs at HUB’s Vancouver storage facility near Rupert St and E 1st Ave, Friday afternoons for 1 to 3 hours (depending on the condition of the bike fleet). Professional bike store experience is not required, but you should have experience maintaining and building bikes for personal use. 


  • Basic bike assessment
  • Fixing flat tires and replacing worn tires
  • Replacing and adjusting brake pads (rim and disc brakes); bleeding hydraulic brake lines
  • Replacing cables and cable housing
  • Replacing worn parts i.e. saddles, grips, and adjustable seat clamps
  • Replacing broken parts i.e., shifters, derailleurs
  • Adjusting brakes and derailleurs for smooth operation
  • Cleaning the drivetrain and the bike in general
  • Lubricating parts

To apply, fill out the short application form. We’re looking for mechanics to start in April but will continue to review applications throughout the season.

Other Opportunities:


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Email volunteer@bikehub.ca for volunteer related inquiries.