One of the 70 participants in the third annual Aldergrove Bike Jam.

Aldergrove ‘bike jam’ a hit with all ages

Bike Jam 3 was a huge success in Aldergrove this past Sunday.

Bike Jam 3 was a huge success in Aldergrove this past Sunday.

Riders of all ages participated in this event, with the youngest being two years old. Almost 70 bike and scooter riders competed and total attendance was estimated at close to 200.

The event was a hit with the youth, with many of them winning cash prizes as well as gift certificates from local businesses. This event was a partnership of local businesses organized through the Aldergrove Business Association.

Organizer Heath Mackenzie said, “It is exciting to see the heart of the local business owners toward the youth of our community. This is an event which brings youth together and fosters a common sense of pride in our community. Seeing the smiles on the faces of the riders makes it all worthwhile. We hope to help to continue this tradition for years to come.”

Bike Jam Photos will be posted to Cranky’s Facebook page within two weeks. Please email Cranky’s at or like them on Facebook to receive information on next year’s Bike Jam.

Thanks go to the sponsors: Aldergrove Business Association, Aldergrove Alliance Church, Aldergove Credit Union, CIBC, Cranky’s Bike Shop, EV Logistics, Extra Foods, Havoc Pro Scooters, J.Visser Art & Design, LE Steel, Panago, Save On Foods, Township of Langley and Urbaneco.

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