Sign up, get ready to ride during Bike to Work week

It’s time to register for the annual Bike to Work Week in the Central Okanagan.

Do you ride your bike to work?

Whether you do or don’t, this week-long event will once again try and entice people to give it a go and provide the opportunity for you to win prizes for your effort.

Organizers say besides getting in shape, saving money and winning prizes, teams will also compete for the grand prize, which is a team wine country cycle tour from Monashee Adventure Tours.

To register a team, go to and click on the top right button where it says “register team.”

Then complete the online form on the Bike to Work.BC page.

Enter a username and password and write them down so you don’t forget.

Under locations, check the box “Subscribe to Kelowna & Central Okanagan.”

Enter all other required information for you, the team leader.

Click the button to create a new account.

Once you’ve created an account, create your team by clicking the “entre results” button in the top right, once you’ve logged in to the Bike to Work BC site.

Choose a team name and team size.

Once registered, you will be sent a confirmation email with the information to RSVP to the team leader workshop (May 4), and how to get your team leader package and shirt.

To learn more, visit for more details about Bike to Work Week.


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