Will you bike to vote on May 14?

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      Many of us have participated in Bike to Work Week. Now a new Twitter account is encouraging British Columbians to ride their bikes to their polling stations come provincial election day.

      I think the people behind @biketovote are on to something.

      As the Straight reported earlier this month, the B.C. Cycling Coalition wants the provincial government to invest $300 million over four years in cycling infrastructure. These projects would make biking to work, for exercise, and for fun more convenient, enjoyable, and safer for many cyclists.

      Let's say #BikeToVote catches on and polling stations become a bike thief's paradise. Wouldn't that send a message to our politicians?

      If not, at least you'd have a cast ballot and a nice bike ride (if it's not raining) to show for your helmet head.




      Mar 26, 2013 at 3:46pm

      haha i think i voted no instead of yes oops

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      I screwed up too

      Mar 26, 2013 at 5:49pm

      I voted "no" by mistake when in fact I meant to vote "I don't have a bike" Ugh

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      Mar 26, 2013 at 6:49pm

      This is a pretty neat idea. Simple and celebratory.

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      You mean people sttill vote?

      Mar 27, 2013 at 4:45am

      What's next, advocacy for santana clause and the tooth fairy to bike around?

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