Carbon Reduction Challenge
Winners of Pedalwise Summer/Fall Carbon Reduction Challenge announced
The purpose of the Carbon Reduction Challenge was to encourage Brampton Bike Hub's Pedalwise protégés to use their bikes as often as possible to get to destinations. The Challenge did its job and then some!Congratulate the winners at the Official Opening of Brampton Bike Hub's bike cage on Wed Dec 19th 6:30pm at 50 Sunny Meadow Blvd, Unit 108. Ceremony begins at 7pm in underground parking, accessed from main lobby elevator. Bike...
Brampton, Bicycle Friendly Community - Who Cares?
Do you care that City of Brampton was awarded Bicycle Friendly Community Bronze status in spring of 2017?
Probably not. The state of cycling in the City likely is not top of mind for most Brampton residents. Yet, the achievement of this award represents an important milestone, and not just for those who regularly bike in the City. Here’s why, according to David Laing, Chair of BikeBrampton.Brampton currently faces a number of serious issues related to its rapid growth and...
Greg's Ride 2018
You are invited to join Team Brampton for Greg's Ride 2018 Sept 23rd.
Share the Road 13th Annual Greg's Ride has offered our cycling network a 20% discount on all Early Bird tickets!Our promotional code is: 20BikeBrampton1813th Annual Greg's Ride details & RegistrationThis annual fundraiser supports Share the Road's cycling advocacy at Queen's Park (100% of profits fund advocacy). We all know the importance of what has been accomplished and what still needs to be done!
Greg's Ride 2018 in the...
Cancelled Community Ride 9 due to thunder
If you have signed up or are planning to come to Trinity Common for Community Ride 9 this morning, please be advised that heavy rain and thunderstorms are showing on the radar. We are therefore cancelling the ride!
OTM Book 18 Practitioner and Public Lessons Learned Questionnaire
The Ontario Traffic Council is looking for your input on what changes and additions should be included in the update to OTM Book 18: Cycling Facilities, and how these guidelines can be improved as a resource for practitioners, municipalities and advocates.