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Go By Bike BC Event

September 28 – October 4, 2020

Each year, GoByBike BC’s Spring & Fall Bike to Work & School Week encourages British Columbian’s to choose their bicycles for transportation rather than a motor vehicle: Converting sedentary time behind the steering wheel, into time pedaling their bicycle wheels; enjoying healthy, environmentally friendly, active transportation. During the last spring event (2019), 56,074 riders cycled 2.97 million kilometers (rather than drove those kilometers via motor vehicle) and saved 644,005 kilograms of greenhouse gases from entering our atmosphere. A total of 89.1 million calories were burned during this event!

Join the KB Doctors Team and enter the GoByBike Event, to get and fit, have fun & WIN prizes!

Whether you are a solo rider, or riding with a team, simply log your trips and be be eligible to win! 

Join Now – KB Doctors Team – GoByBike Event Link

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Any questions please contact Kimberley –  kpegg(at)kbpa.ca

GoByBike Provincial Prizes

Enter to WIN a GoByBike BC Society Provincial Prize! To enter:

1. Register for the upcoming event – KB Doctors Team – GoByBike Event Link
2. Log a trip during the event dates (a qualifying trip is any trip that you choose to GoByBike instead of by motor vehicle)

Bike Storage at KBRH

Last year the KBPA funded the Bike Cage Project at KBRH situated behind the MRI Trailer.  The Bike Cage is secure and available to all KBRH staff.  Physicians need to see Cheryl Askew to update their Chubb Card to access the Bike Cage and all other KBRH staff need to see their managers.   It holds about 20 bikes.  It has a security camera on it, however, please lock up your bike as well.  KBPA will be happy to donate another bike rack to put in the Bike Cage if needed.

COVID-19 & GoByBike: our priority is for the enjoyment, health and safety of anyone participating in GoByBike (Sept. 28 – Oct. 4). Please follow the COVID-19 Provincial Health Officer guidelines and protocols, as well as any local municipal guidelines in your community.