Numbers are up for Lower Mainland’s Bike to Work Week

Regina says cyclists will not be required to wear a helmet when riding within the city. File / Global News

The results are in for Bike to Work Week, and it seems more people left their cars at home last week.

Cycling advocacy group HUB says more people signed up online to participate in Bike to Work Week this year, compared to 2012.

And more cyclists dropped by HUB’s commuter stations.

But people weren’t just riding to work. HUB says more kids peddled to school.

At least 67 Metro Vancouver schools registered, and some schools had more than 200 students ride to school last week.

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