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Partnering with Bike to Work & School Week as a sponsor enables your company to be associated with the movement towards healthy, sustainable transportation. Sponsors receive tremendous recognition through logo placement and in various other unique ways. Participants value sponsor contributions, and when faced with a choice between a competitor and a sponsor; participants will often choose the sponsor's business due to the sponsor's reputation for value-based business practices.

Organizations can sponsor Bike to Work Week at their community level or provincially. If you are interested in learning about sponsorship opportunities in your community, please contact your community coordinator. If you are interested in learning about Provincial Sponsorship, please contact Terri-Lynn Gifford, Program Coordinator, terri-lynn@biketowork.ca.

"I was pleased to sponsor Bike to Work Week here on Salt Spring not only because it makes sense for the environment, health (mine included) and just plain enjoyment but more importantly; we need to keep biking front and centre for folks who think they are too busy to take the time to use their bikes and for government leaders that need to fund cycling infrastructure for the good of all of us." 

 - Bob MacKie, President: AssociCom, Salt Spring Island

Thank you for a wonderful Bike to Work Week.  It was enjoyable meeting other cyclists and the volunteers at the Celebration Station. Thanks to the sponsors too!”

  - Hannah Peirce, Squamish Public Library, Squamish

Thinking about getting involved? Sponsor logos to be displayed throughout the week at each venue, on the BTWW website, on our Facebook page, as well as 2 newspaper ads. 


There are many ways to Sponsor this event:

  • Host a Celebration Station

  • Donate prizes

  • Donate draw items (bike, tickets, memberships)

  • Donate giveaways


THANK YOU to our 2016 and 2015 Sponsors:



                          The Beanery Café                                       








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