KazLaw is pleased to announce that voting is now open for the 2017 KazLaw Community Award, which sponsors a deserving rider to participate in the annual BC Bike Race. The Award is meant to recognize riders who make a difference to their cycling community in British Columbia.
The winner of the award will have the chance to participate in this incredible sold out racing experience, which is an international 7 Day Mountain Bike Stage that crosses mountains and oceans—by boats, planes, buses, and bikes. The race hosts 600 participants from 36 different countries. For more information about KazLaw click here.
Marc Kazimirski is the founding partner of KazLaw and an avid cyclist who has represented Canada on the national team. He is a strong advocate for cyclists throughout B.C., and is committed to promoting cycling safety and healthy living. Marc has litigated some of the most important cycling cases in the province and these court decisions have established the “Rules of the Road” that protect cyclists on our roadways.
“Cycling has been an important part of my life—I love the thrill of mountain-biking on technical trails, riding on the road with my friends, commuting to work, and the health and environmental benefits that this sport can offer.”
In appreciation for those who help to foster healthy communities through their contributions to mountain biking, KazLaw is once again honoured to contribute to the 7th Annual KazLaw Community Award with BC Bike Race.
Voting is now open, and you can cast your vote until March 7th. Check out the contenders and cast your vote here!