Visit downtown Brampton cycling murals on Vivian Lane to experience artist Norbert Augustine’s fabulous murals of bicycles set against historic Brampton landmarks.
Brampton Critical Mass riders cycled up Main Street, to view the CyclePath Brampton’s north wall, fronting on the pedestrian Vivian Lane.
Augustine depicted bicycles against 5 of the City’s most notable landmarks: St. Andrew’s Church, Bovaird House, Alderlea House, Gage Park Gazebo, and City Hall.
Our best turnout ever, 17 cyclists (including our mascot Oakley) gathered in Gage Park to start our Critical Mass bike ride.
Members from Bike Brampton, Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee, the PedalWise community bike social marketing program and whoever else wanted to join, collected at 6:15pm last night, as they do regularly on the last Friday of every month.
Leaving Gage Park, the group crossed Wellington Street and headed north on George Street past City Hall.
Oakley, our mascot joined us for the first time in his WIKE trailer.
After a pleasant cycle, a drop in for a cuppa and some entertainment at T by Daniel, right on Main Street!
These gorgeous Brampton cycling murals are well worth a visit to downtown Brampton!
You are invited to join our friendly group the last Friday of every month, 6:15pm at Gage Park, the SW corner of Main and Wellington. That is every month —- whatever the weather, summer, winter, spring and autumn! See you next month!