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Make Cycling Safer – Report Incidents on

Crash because of a pothole? Nearly right-hooked by a vehicle? Our friends at would like you to please consider reporting it on

Fewer than 1/3 of bike collisions with motor vehicles are reported to police or ICBC – and bike crashes where a vehicle wasn’t involved rarely are. was created to crowdsource this missing cycling safety data. is a platform for cyclists to report collisions (with anything!), falls, near misses, and hazards. The data collected is used for academic research and can be shared with participating municipalities and organizations to improve cycling conditions.

  • Reporting is anonymous.
  • You do not need to login or create an account to report an incident. (Creating an account allows you to keep track of incidents as they are reported in a geographical area defined by you.)
  • To report on the website, click on the teardrop-shaped pin (“add a new marker”) on the left-hand side of the screen and drop it down onto the map where the incident occurred. This will activate the reporting form.
  • Fill out the form with as much information as you can. It’s particularly important to fill out the “detailed description”. Filling out a report should only take 2-3 minutes.
  • Even reporting close calls (as a near miss) will assist in identifying locations that may be hotspots.
  • You can retroactively report incidents up to two years.

Oh Deer!

We are hearing that there are an increasing number of collisions between deer and cyclists in the Capital Region, many resulting in serious injury. If you live in Greater Victoria and have had a crash or near miss with or because of a deer, please report it on has started to work with the Vancouver Island Health Authority to understand the extent of this issue but need information from the region’s cyclists. (If your incident with a deer was longer than two years ago, please contact for guidance.)