Resources For Schools

After a successful Spring GoByBike Week with almost 40,000 riders we are looking forward to #gobybike with you during the upcoming Fall GoByBike Weeks.

Mark you calendars: Fall GoByBike Weeks are coming up OCTOBER 3 – 16, 2022.

Register your school team now, and start tracking your kilometers biked to see how many kilograms of greenhouse gases you save. Participation is free, fun, helps you stay fit and healthy, and it’s great for the environment! … AND, you can win great prizes!!

⁠GoByBike BC Society has experienced a wild ride in 2021! Through it all, we inspired more than 50,000 British Columbians to participate in our programs, which resulted in saving 418,026 kilograms of greenhouse gas emission and improving air quality.⁠

Let’s #gobybikebc even more in 2022!⁠ Getting around on smaller wheels like scooters and rollerblades counts, too! ..taking the bus part way, or carpooling halfway, or using a car for a portion of a long commute, as well! #AnyRideCounts

Sign up for STREET WISE ONLINE – A FREE web-based course that helps students learn about basic cycling safety.

The Fall GoByBike School Kit content, including the school guide, bookmark with tips and tricks, posters, and participation tracker will be available soon.


Below you can find the downloadable Spring GoByBike Week School Kit content, including the How-to Guide for Schools, Participation Trackers, and Posters and answers to frequently asked questions

Click here >> to download the Participation Tracker for Schools.
Spring GoByBike Week 2022, Resources For Schools, School Poster
Click to download the School Poster here >>

Create a School Team

School Teams can be created for classrooms, grades, divisions, staff, groups of friends or families, riding bubbles, etc.

NOTE: when you create your school team, please register as follows:

  • Organization = School District No
  • Branch = School Name

Here’s detailed instructions on how to create a school team:

  1. If you don’t have an account, create a new account. If you’ve created an account before, then login.
  2. Click Join or Create Team

3. Create a Team Name – use a descriptive name that includes your grade or division or something that other people can identify so that you can compete against other teams.

4. You will be asked “Is your team “GBB School” part of an organization? (An organization may be a company, school district, or other large group)” CLICK YES. This enables you to bulk-log kilometers for either individual team members or all team members at a time.

5. Search for your School District
6. If you can’t find it, click Create Organization then enter your School Board address and click Next.

7. You will be asked, “Is your team “GBB School” in a branch within “School District 34”? (A branch may be a school within a school district, a department within a company, or any other kind of subgroup within an organization).
8. Click Yes.
9. Search for your School Name in the Branch drop-down menu. If you find your School Name, click on it.
10. If you don’t see your School Name, click Create Branch.

11. Enter your School Name and School Address.

12. Click Next.
13. Click Create Team.

Build School Teams

On School Teams, the Team Leader can

  • invite teammates to join the team (these teammates must have an email address)
  • add teammates to the team (these teammates are so called Non-User Riders, and do not have an email address)

Elementary School Teams or LARGE Teams

  • only the Team Leader will keep track of the team’s rides/kilometers on their Participation Tracker and log the team’s entire participation at the end of each week by using the Multi-Rider Mode Logging system (scroll further down for screenshots showing how it works).

How to invite people to join the team:

In order to invite riders to your team, you have three options,

  1. They need to register an account first
  2. Login to your Dashboard and click Team at the top
  3. Email people a link to join your team. Copy the Invite Riders with URL on the left and send an email with the URL to possible teammates to see if they want to join your team. Note: invitees must have an account, if they don’t have an account, please tell them to register first (send them this link to register
  4. Send an Invite via Facebook (you have to allow pop-ups for your browser), or
  5. Send an Invite via email straight from your dashboard.

How to add people to the team

IMPORTANT: if you add riders to your team, you will be responsible for logging their bike rides (kilometers) for them. If riders have a valid email address, we encourage you to invite them to join your team so that they can choose to log their own bike rides (kilometers) OR you can log for them.

To Add Riders to Your Team:

  1. Click Team at the top
  2. Click Riders in the secondary menu
  3. Scroll down to see where you can add Non-User Riders to your team. Non-User Riders do not have user accounts. Typically Non-User Riders are only added when they don’t have a valid email address.

How to Log Rides for Teammates:

  1. In the Team section, click Log Team KM.
  2. Bulk-Log Kilometers: Enter teammates’ kilometers in the table. You can select individual riders or “all”. See screenshot below.
  3. Multi-Rider Mode: Lets you enter the same trip for all members of your team at once. You can edit or delete individual rides once you click “apply”. See screenshots below in the next sesction.
  4. Make sure to choose the right date in “Week Range” when you are logging kilometers from the past.

New: Logging Rides for a Large Team in Multi-Rider Mode

As an Elementary School Team Leader or a Team Leader of a large team (class, grade, etc) you can easily log the team’s entire rides/ kilometers of a week in the Multi-Rider Mode. You can edit or delete individual rides once you click “apply”. Make sure to choose the right date in “Week Range” when you are logging kilometers from the past. See screenshots below.

You didn’t find what you were looking for? Need help? Send an email to support@gobybikebc,ca describing your problem as detailed as possible (which browser, mobile or desktop, which steps you have taken, what you have tried, etc.). Screenshots also help us trouble shooting.