May Volunteer Orientation

Bike Month 2018 commuter station on the Martin Goodman Trail

Do you want to help create safe streets, a healthy city, and a vibrant voice for cycling in Toronto?  Are you looking to spend your summer with like-minded folks championing life on two wheels? We have just the thing!

Bikewatch

We want YOU to join our team of Bikewatch volunteers. Opportunities include supporting Bike Valet, outreach at Bike Month and Get Lit! stations, and assisting with special events and member recognition.

The Programs

  • Support Bike Valet, a free monitored bike parking service at special events such as NXNE, Toronto Argos games, Field Trip, Word on the Street, and many more 
  • Engage with people across the city and hand out goodies to cyclists at our Bike Month and Get Lit! outreach stations
  • Support our staff with member recognition and office tasks at our weekly Bikewatch Pizza Nights
  • Assist with special events like Cycle Toronto's Annual General Meeting 

How We'll Support You

We willl make sure you get the most out of the experience with dedicated training, regular social events, a highly coveted Bikewatch t-shirt, access to exclusive events around the city, and additional perks and swag.

If this sounds like you, sign up for our orientation session on May 6 at CSI Spadina.

Register.

Ward Advocacy

Join your local Ward Group to meet other advocates in your neighbourhood and work together on local cycling issues. Sign up to receive Action Alerts.

Sign up!

It’s important that all of our volunteers are members of Cycle Toronto. Not a member? Join now.

We offer a barter-for-membership program to people who identify as low income. If your financial situation makes joining at $30 (or $20 if you're a student or senior) per year prohibitive to becoming a member, please mention this to our team when getting in touch to work out a membership in exchange for volunteer hours. 

May 6, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
CSI Spadina (New Location)
192 Spadina Ave. Room F, 3rd Floor
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
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