We've organized ourselves into three "teams" so that we can make the best use of our volunteers' time. Folks can choose to be in more than one team if they want
They fix bikes! It could be for our Community Fleet, Spokes for qathet or free pop-up bike tune-ups, but these folks meet-up every two weeks and basically recreate a bike shop.
They shake things up! Our region has a long way to go before it can be called "bike friendly". These folks help push our elected representative to prioritize bike infrastructure so that everyone can bike safely year round. This means meeting with governments, businesses and other groups to make change happen.
They keep us organized! A lot of background work is necessary to make all of our programs happen. From grant writing, to answering emails, to purchasing equipment the coordination team is the lube that lets Bike Lund ride smooth.
In respect and gratitude, we recognize that we are on the traditional, unceded homelands of the Coast Salish People. Before being renamed by European settlers, the Lund harbour was known as Kla-Ah-Men by the Tla'amin people who have inhabited these lands since time immemorial.
Find out on whose land you are on: native-land.ca