Free event celebrates those who made biking better across Metro Vancouver

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Have you exhausted all your Netflix selections? Don’t fret—we’ve acquired you covered.

On February 24th, HUB Cycling will host its 9th Annual  ceremony to rejoice corporations and persons that are producing biking much better throughout Metro Vancouver and you’re invited.

Join HUB Cycling on Zoom on February 24 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to look at the award winners introduced reside. Listen to heartwarming tales of how community associates from Langley to federal government officers in Victoria labored to make biking safer and much more obtainable in 2021. Celebrate with emcee Uytae Lee, one particular of Metro Vancouver’s most effectively-recognized movie journalists and founder of About Here, a YouTube channel devoted to engaging the general public on city arranging challenges in Vancouver. Tune in to uncover out what elected officials across the region, from cabinet ministers to mayors and university trustees, are sharing about cycling in their communities.

Some of the award classes involve Infrastructure Enhancement Award, Cycling Training Champion, the People’s Option Award, and the honourable .

This online occasion is cost-free for everyone to go to but you have to sign up in progress . Sign-up and comment in the Zoom chat all through the ceremony to be entered to win doorway prizes from the Guide Warehouse, Ryders Eyewear, TransLink, and the Allan McGavin Athletics Medication Clinic.

Bike Awards is a terrific opportunity to join with the biking group and assist HUB Cycling’s advocacy get the job done to get much more persons cycling a lot more frequently. HUB Cycling’s 10 community committees throughout Metro Vancouver and freshly formed continue to create solid partnerships with local, provincial, federal decision makers, and neighborhood associates to give safe obtain to biking for people of all ages and abilities.

To register for the digital 9th Annual Bike Awards, . The event is free for every person and hosted on Zoom.

Stick to HUB Cycling’s , , and for cycling linked news and updates on this year’s occasions.

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