Join a Local Committee!
Advocate for safer biking in your community
HUB Cycling has 10 Local Committees across Metro Vancouver, made up of volunteers that work to make cycling better in their communities. The committees are advocacy groups who meet once a month and work to make cycling safer and more attractive for everyone.
The committees do this through activities such as:
- Writing letters to decision makers
- Providing feedback on planned infrastructure
- Meeting with politicians, engineers, planners, and other staff
- Holding rides to assess cycling conditions
- Hosting and tabling events in the community
- Building allies in the community
Making a Difference
Our Local Committees are the backbone of our advocacy work across the region. The committees have been working to make biking safer across Metro Vancouver since 1998, and the advocacy work of our committees have led to many infrastructure successes in the region over the years. The committees work closely with municipal and provincial stakeholders to fill gaps in the cycling network. Our large membership and supporter base gives us a louder voice to push for much needed improvements in cycling infrastructure across the region—a central pillar to getting more people cycling more often.
We are always looking for new members! Everyone is welcome to join.
At HUB Cycling, diversity and inclusion is part of our core values and underpins what we stand for. See our diversity policy for more info.
Action Update Newsletter
Sign up for the Action Update newsletter to recieve calls to action, news and updates from our Local Committees, and other bike advocacy-related updates!
To recieve area-specific updates, attend a meeting or join the mailing list of your area's Local Committee.
For more information about your area's Local Committee, please click on your area on the map:
Don't see your area?
Currently, we have no active committee in the areas not listed above. We welcome interest from all municipalities in Metro Vancouver; if your municipality isn't listed, please join the discussion group nearest you, send questions to the general discussion group, or contact email@example.com to discuss starting a new committee in your local area.
Upcoming Local Committee Meetings