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Become a GVCC Member


Your membership helps support cycling advocacy in Victoria, the publication of Bike Sense and Cycle Therapy, and group rides, along with numerous social events throughout the year.

Become a GVCC Member

Be a Voice for Cycling


The GVCC advocates for improved bikeways in the capital region. We work with fellow citizens and government to make All Ages and Abilities bikeways a reality.

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Come for a Bike Ride


The GVCC has been organizing special themed rides every year for the last decade.

Check out our 2018 Rides Calendar to see what's coming up!

Most Recent Articles

Voting in the 2018 municipal election

Posted by on Oct 10, 2018 in Advocacy, Featured | 0 comments

The municipal election is coming up on October 20th and in order to keep moving with biking in the region, we need people to think bike when they head to vote

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Join the GVCC board

Posted by on Oct 5, 2018 in News | 0 comments

We’re looking for a few good board members. Might that be you?

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How comfortable to do you find bike lanes?

Posted by on Jul 31, 2018 in Advocacy, Featured | Comments Off on How comfortable to do you find bike lanes?

The Transportation Association of Canada, who create all the design guides that engineers use, is asking you, the end user – how comfortable and safe do you have find different kinds of bike lanes? Take the survey today

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Support a Topaz Bike Park

Posted by on Jun 19, 2018 in Featured, News | 1 comment

After several years work, the new Topaz Park Improvement Plan is going to council this Thursday and it contains a bike park! Unfortunately we aren’t likely to see the park for a few years, as the staff report calls for it to be built in 2021 at the earliest. You can help get it built faster.

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Colwood’s new OCP is up for approval

Posted by on Jun 18, 2018 in Advocacy, Featured | Comments Off on Colwood’s new OCP is up for approval

Tonight Colwood council has 3rd and final reading on their new OCP and there is a lot to like – it contains a map with a complete network and many other pieces for great biking. Unfortunately, the OCP has one small flaw: because it is based on older plans, it unfortunately says that buffered bike lanes are All Ages and Abilities, which we know isn’t true.

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