Bike to Work Week kickoff launches six-week countdown

THe 2018 Bike to Work Week is May 28 to June 3

The 24th annual Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week officially launches Thursday.

Organizers will unveil the 2018 poster, t-shirt design, and kick-off the six-week countdown to Bike to Work Week.

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The 24th annual Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week launch is Thursday, April 19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1 Centennial Square, Victoria.

The new 2018 Greater Victoria Bike to Work T-Shirts will be available for cash sales, with all proceeds going to Bike to Work Week and each purchase will give you a ticket to win.

The 2018 Bike to Work Week is May 28 to June 3.


 

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