From the Canadian Cycling Association website: There are more cyclists now than ever before in Canada and the fastest-growing segments of the cycling community are teens and adults. More than 45 percent of the Canadian population rides bicycles. That includes 90 percent of 14-year-olds and 70 percent of 15-to-17-year-olds. Two-thirds of adults, more than 14 million, ride a bicycle.

 
 

Cycling Education in British Columbia

According to Section 183 of the the BC Motor Vehicle Act, "a person operating a cycle on a highway has the same rights and duties as a driver of a vehicle." The provision of practical cycling education is a task that has been taken on by volunteers and by independent cycling instructors across Canada.

Please note: the listings on this page are for courses and workshops in British Columbia. There are CAN-BIKE courses available across Canada. To find an instructor outside of BC, check our listings here.

For Adults:

For Kids:


Cycling courses and workshops for all ages