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Who We Are

Welcome to the Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows local chapter of HUB Cycling.

We are a local cycling advocacy group and part of HUB Cycling, a non-profit organization located in Metro Vancouver dedicated to making cycling a viable transportation alternative for people of all ages and abilities.

Formed in 1998 by a group of people who wanted to be able to cycle safely along Metro Vancouver’s roads and bridges, HUB Cycling (formerly the Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition) has not only witnessed the transformation of the region’s cycling infrastructure but also has been instrumental in engaging both the public and the authorities in effecting these changes.

HUB Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows is one of ten volunteer local committees across Metro Vancouver.

What We Do

We believe cycling should be a safe and convenient transportation alternative for people traveling in and around our city, whether one cycles for health, environmental or economic reasons.

We advocate for better cycling infrastructure by engaging our local governments, city councils and regional authorities, by providing feedback on their projects and longer term plans.

We engage the public by being present and volunteering at local events such as Earth Day, GETI Fest and Pitt Meadows Day.

Under our Cycle Recycle Program, our volunteers refurbish donated and abandoned bikes and give them out for free at local events.

We also organize fun rides in and around town to familiarize residents with local routes and for them to meet like minded people.


HUB Cycling is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive organization and to working with people and communities to support them to thrive and prosper. Diversity is integral to this commitment. Diversity among our members, volunteers, staff and Board of Directors allows us to better understand, connect to, and respond to the needs of HUB members and broader communities. Learn more at

We acknowledge that the Ridge Meadows Local Committee operates on the traditional unceded territories of Kwantlen and Katzie First Nations. Learn more about the distinct languages, economic background, and First Nations communities in regions across British Columbia on this interactive map.