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We strongly feel that advocating for active transportation will help steer us closer towards a more livable, sustainable and equitable society. However, our goals can only be realized by volunteers who offer their help in exchange for nothing more than the satisfaction of knowing we are “walking the talk” and seeing our collective actions result in – however large or small – tangible, positive change in our community.

There are many ways to get involved, depending on your level of conviction in the cause, your available time and the types of activities you are interested in.

Come to our monthly meetings

We meet every 2nd Thursday of the month. Normally we meet physically at the local Maple Ridge Library. The meetings are currently held online due to COVID-19 restrictions. Various topics are discussed at our meetings, including events planning and providing feedback on policy and planned infrastructure to our cities, TransLink, the Ministry of Transportation and other organizations and institutions.

Contact us to find out more about the meetings.

Become an occasional volunteer

If you are not yet ready to make regular commitments, giving us a hand on an occasional basis would be most welcome and is a good way to check us out to see if we are the right group for you.

Helping hands are occasionally needed, for example, at our bike valet at local festivals (e.g. Pitt Meadows Day), providing bike tune-ups at our event stand, or doing assessment rides of our local routes.

Contact us if you would be interested in helping out occasionally.

Sign up to our email distribution list

We send out occasional emails to announce ride events, call for volunteers, and bring to your attention local issues and interesting cycling related news.

Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page to stay informed and find out about our rides and other events.

Join HUB Cycling and become a member

Become a member of HUB Cycling. Our growing membership has been instrumental in improving the cycling infrastructure in Metro Vancouver over the past few decades.

Help spread our messages

Come visit our Facebook and Twitter pages to stay informed and forward our messages to others who you know support the active transportation cause.