Jackie Chow

Cycling: Learning to ride, off they go

HUB Cycling committee members have helped out with two education courses at schools in our area.

Used wheels find new homes

Cycle Recyle at Earth Day helped out new arrivals.

Cycling: Filling gaps in regional cycling network

HUB has mapped the gaps that make it difficult for people to use their bikes for longer distance trips along more direct routes.

Cycling: GETI Fest promotes heritage

One of HUB’s favorite events of the year took place Sunday as 30 people in two groups took part in the third annual Bike to Farms ride.

Time to consider e-bikes

E-bikes are great for elderly people who may not have the strength and stamina anymore to bike very far.

Water theme for Earth Day

Twenty rcycled bicycles will be given away at Earth Day thanks to Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows chapter of HUB.

Hold your nose, vote ‘yes’

Columnist contends the voting system flawed but ultimately feels it's the right thing to do for Vancouver.

Bike centre makes it easy to ride

More people walking and biking leads to lower health care costs

Gift that keeps on taking

I would like to suggest that the infrastructure deficit will be one of the main election issues.

Cyclists look at slough reclaim project

HUB are organizing a bike tour of the Katzie Slough on Saturday, July 19.

Cycling theme part of 2014 Earth Day

If you already have a bike – well, don’t make any excuses for not riding your bike to an event like Earth Day.

‘I have more money in my pocket and am healthier, too’

Maple Ridge rates as the second worst municipality for cycling in Metro Vancouver, according to a bikeability study done at UBC.

We need to stop suburban sprawl

It's imperative that we put a stop to the way our municipality continues to expand into our forests and agricultural lands.

Don’t we live in a crazy world?

A column on cycling by Jackie Chow, a member of the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows chapter of HUB.

Cyclists forgotten again in downtown Maple Ridge

A column on cycling and smart growth by avid cyclist Jacki Chow

Reducing residential speed limits would increase safety

City of Victoria is putting forward a resolution proposing a reduction of the maximum speed limit on all B.C. residential roads

The key word for cycling is separation

Column about cycling and urban planning by Jackie Chow, a member of the Maple Ridge - Pitt Meadows chapter of HUB

Help for students cycling to school

Cycling group would like to see more kids pedaling to school

Cycling: Just try shopping on your bike

Our reliance on the car for everything we do changed the way we shop.

Not moving fast enough on cycling

In late June, more than 800 delegates from countries around the world took part in Velo-city Global 2012.