All you need is to have the vehicle registered as yours for 6 months I believe under a pseudo Alberta address. I think it could be done, but you have to deal with having a utility bill sent to an Alberta address (Hi Shaw, yeah i now live in Alberta can you send my next statement to this address....), then go into an Alberta government agent with this utility bill to have your drivers license changed to Alberta, surrender you BC license, of course pay for all of the related fees and then pay the ridiculous price of insuring your bike via private insurance in Alberta for 6 months before switching to ICBC. Then you need to swap back your drivers license. Not worth the headache or hassles but if it was a new car or truck with several thousand in taxes to be paid, then it might be. I have known people that have lived in Alberta for way over a year while still using BC plates on their vehicles so i would imagine that the same can happen riding a bike in Vancouver with Alberta plates. You would have to be in person in Alberta to do all of this also. FYI, its illegal to have 2 driver's licenses at once from different provinces, but easily done.