Ride Right Cycling Safety Course


Bike Rodeo Coordinator.

The Comox Valley Cycling Coalition is seeking an interested cyclist enthusiast to coordinate our yearly Bike Rodeos which are offered to Grade 4 & 5 students in the Valley. 

Approximately 7 Rodeos are offered each school year, 3 in the Fall and 4 in the Spring.

A Volunteer Manual and Coordinator's Manual are in place, as are many enthusiastic volunteers.

This is a contract position with some remuneration. If you are interested in this position, please forward a cover letter to the Comox Valley Cycling Coalition at

Applications are due by June 10, 2019.

Follow this link to the Job Description.


Rails to Trails - North Coast Great Redwood Trail - 320 Miles

The first steps toward making a more than 300-mile walking and cycling trail from the San Francisco Bay to Humboldt Bay, crossing some of the North Coast’s most scenic, least-traveled landscapes are set to begin later this year.

Details such as when the Great Redwood Trail could be completed, how the most challenging stretches might be constructed and how much it all will cost remain big unknowns. But advocates of the ambitious plan to convert a decaying railway into a world-class pathway, potentially drawing tens of thousands of visitors to the region each year, say they’re confident it’s not a question of if it’ll happen, but when.

More information can be found at ... The Press Democrat - the largest newspaper between San Francisco and the Oregon border.


Hazard Reports

If you find a section of MoTI roads (mainly Regional District Roads plus Hwy 19 A and Ryan Road) in unacceptable condition please report this to us as well as MoTI. In general the maintenance contractor is required to ensure that the travelled lanes, shoulders, and roadsides are maintained in a safe and unobstructed condition. 

Reports of debris causing a safety hazard can be reported to Mainroad North Island via their 24 hour Communication Center 1-877-215-7122. 

To report Road Hazards in Courtenay or Comox, see the contact information on our website at this link -- or click the Hazard Report Tab at the top of this page.


Make It Yours: Plan Your Route and Go By Bike

The Fall Event "Go by Bike BC Weeks" is 3 weeks away. Now is a good time to plan your route. GoByBike BC has created a video filled with tips to help you plan the best route for you and your cycling style.

Once you have planned your route, make sure you have registered for a chance to win this trip:

This is a pretty good incentive to participate. All you need to do is log kilometres for at least one trip that you choose to ride your bike instead of drive a motor vehicle during GoByBike Weeks October 15-29, 2018.

Regisiter Today at GoByBikeBC - and Join the Comox Valley Cycling Coalition Team.