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Support a Youth Bike Skills Park in Saanich

Posted by on Mar 12, 2019 in Advocacy, Featured, News | 1 comment

Would you like a place for you and your kids to ride their bikes in a skills parks? We do! And we’re working with SIMBS and coordinating letters with a number of local bike clubs to call for a bike skills park. But we need your help with increasing Saanich’s Parks, Trails and Recreation Budget for 2019-2023.

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Join the GVCC board

Posted by on Oct 5, 2018 in News | Comments Off on Join the GVCC board

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

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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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Come join us for a themed ride

Posted by on May 25, 2018 in News | 2 comments

It almost Tweed Ride (tomorrow! Sign up here), but we have just released our themed ride calendar. Check it out and see you out there.

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Want to be a ride marshal for the GVCC? Learn how on April 14th!

Posted by on Apr 2, 2018 in News, Recreational Rides | Comments Off on Want to be a ride marshal for the GVCC? Learn how on April 14th!

Interested in this fun way to volunteer and keep active? Please send an email to for more details or to sign up.

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New section of E&N should be opening soon

Posted by on Apr 1, 2018 in Advocacy, Featured, News | Comments Off on New section of E&N should be opening soon

The latest section of the E&N Rail Trail – Humpback Connector should be opening soon, closing a key gap through Esquimalt & Songhees Nations. While the trail has been built & open in both Esquimalt and View Royal for several years, this gap remained as discussions continued with First Nations over privacy concerns.

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