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Recent News:


Seeking a Volunteer P&Y Coordinator

We’re seeking a new Purple and Yellow Program Coordinator!  See below for the volunteer position description – if this sounds like a great opportunity for you or someone you know, please let us know by emailing programs (at) with your answer to the following questions: Why do you want […]


Plan for your ride with the Weather Radar

By AMS Bike Co-op Programs Assistant Jen Roberton Riding through a rainstorm can be the worst, even when you are equipped with the best gear. A pro­tip that I’ve found useful for Raincouver is the Government of Canada’s weather radar. The weather radar shows how fast precipitation is approaching in […]


Meet a Board Member: Tamara

Tamara is our current AMS Bike Co-op Board President. They formerly held a worklearn programs assistant position with the Co-op for almost two years. Tamara moved here from Ottawa; they are currently studying sociology, and gender, race, sexuality and social justice studies, with a minor in environment. How long have […]


We are closed Nov 10-11 for Remembrance Day

The Bike Kitchen and AMS Bike Co-op will be closed for service and regular programming for Remembrance Day from Monday, November 10 to Tuesday, November 11. P&Y volunteer night is cancelled for Tuesday, November 11. We’ll be back for regular 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. hours on Wednesday, November 13.


Meet a Mechanic: Jordan!

Jordan moved to Vancouver from Regina Saskatechewan, in 2009. He is a mechanic at the Bike Kitchen, and the former AMS Bike Co-op P&Y Coordinator. He studied Psychology at UBC.   How did you first get involved with the Bike Co-op? What drew you in? I first got involved with […]


Cycling Infrastructure: Roundabouts!

By AMS Bike Co-op Programs Assistant Jen Roberton Roundabouts are a unique traffic calming feature seen around residential areas of Vancouver. It may not seem intuitive, but the City of Vancouver has installed roundabouts as a way to slow down traffic and reduce collisions on residential streets. They are especially […]