Your Support

Memberships: 1118

Become a Member

Support the society

Donate to the society

 Cycle 16 is thrilled to now have Charity Status and a link to an online donation page.  Our donation link is through Paypal Giving Fund, which forwards 100% of your donation and automatically issues a tax receipt.  Cycle 16 is hugely appreciative of your patience and support while we got this up and running!

Become a member

Why become a member? To show the level of community support for the trail. Membership is tied to grant and funding opportunities. It gives you a voice in development of the project. Become a member for a one-time lifetime fee and enjoy discount opportunities!

Family Membership = $20
Individual Membership = $15

In Person: Complete a paper membership form and pay by cheque or cash at the following Smithers / Telkwa locations: Local Supply Co., McBike & Sport, Dan’s Source for Sports, Nature’s Pantry, Tyhee Market.

Online: Complete the form below and choose to pay ONLINE by e-transfer or credit card, or pay OFFLINE by cheque.

Online Membership Form

Cycle 16 Annual Membership Form
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Single Membership

This helps us keep track of total member count for reporting purposes. The number of people in this individual membership is 1.

Family Membership

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Grants

  • BC Alliance for Healthy Living
  • BC Rural Dividend Fund
  • Bulkley Valley Community Foundation
  • Bulkley Valley Credit Union
  • Canadian National Railway
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
  • Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation

Thoughts from our community…

The Bulkley Valley currently lacks for smooth relatively level trail system, which would encourage the broader public to cycle more often. This would be a huge asset to the community in terms of health benefits, fitness, recreation.

I drive the highway between Smithers and Telkwa and would love to see a non-motorized trail between the two communities. My primary concern is safety.

Like most awesome infrastructure projects around the world: build it and they will come.

I believe this is the direction the entire world needs to move towards, in order to create the world we all want to be part of.

Human-powered transportation helps our environment by lessening the carbon emissions that contribute to climate change.

I think a trail is a form of preventative medicine.

Help make this legacy trail a reality!

To get involved, we invite you to learn more about becoming a member or donating to the society.

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