Bike the Night presented by MEC

Sep 7
6:00pm — 9:00pm
Admission Fee:
$11 to $15

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About the event

On Saturday, September 7th, be part of BC's largest open streets night ride ever!

Save 25% off our regular rate, $15 tickets for a limited time. Youth 16 and under ride free! All registered participants will also be entered to win a $500 gift card to MEC. More info at

HUB Cycling will open up our city streets so that thousands of riders can experience Vancouver’s most iconic roadways after dark. Not only are we closing down the Burrard Bridge to cars and opening it up to bikes, we're going to host a dance party on it. Deck out your bike in lights and spread good cycling vibes with over 5000 other riders on this 10 kilometre slow roll. Costumes and speakers encouraged.

7:45pm Ride Start: Families & slower riders
8:00pm Ride Start: All other riders

Sunset Beach @ 6pm // In addition to a fully permitted night ride on city streets, join us for tunes, quick bike tune ups from MEC, food trucks, ping pong, games, and awesome giveaways.


This event is hosted by HUB Cycling, a registered charity that has been working for the past 20 years to make biking better across Metro Vancouver.

Signing up to ride helps support HUB Cycling to remove barriers to cycling and improve our communities, our health and our environment.

This is a safe space for people of all ages and abilities, genders, ethnicities, abilities and sexual orientations to come together. Please reach out to one of our security staff should you see or experience anything that makes you uncomfortable when at the event.

By entering the event space you are consenting to being filmed and or photographed.

Special thanks to the event sponsors including MEC, City of Vancouver - Local Government, Richards Buell Sutton, Lafarge Canada, Vancouver International Airport, Accent Inns, Daily Hive Vancouver, The Georgia Straight, Breakfast Television & CityNews Vancouver, Momentum Mag

Contact for sponsorship or volunteer opportunities.

We would like to acknowledge and honour that this event takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations. We ask that you take a moment to consider the history of the land that we gather on, your relations with local indigenous people and what each of us can do to foster meaningful reconciliation now and into the future.

Location: Sunset Beach Park