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Bicycle Friendly Business Program

 

Cycling should be accessible for all! Bike designers are looking into ways to best meet the needs of every kind of cyclist.

Record group of cyclists gathered in downtown Brampton Garden Square for 4th annual Bike to Work Day on May 30th, kicking off Bike Month. Downtown BIA joined City of Brampton, Region of Peel, BikeBrampton and Brampton Transit in partnering to plan the event for enthusiastic cyclists. Group-led rides from 6 starting points encouraged cyclists to try commuting to downtown Brampton. Mayor Linda Jeffrey spoke of an exciting future for cycling in Brampton. Peel Police Chief Jennifer Evans reminded us of rules of…

Join us at Toronto International Bicycle Show Mar 4-6 2016. BikeBrampton & Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee will be promoting Bike the Creek Jun 18th (free registration is now open) and a 2016 exciting series of 10 Brampton Community Rides at our booth. Did you know that Brampton is a cycling tourist destination? Our city is full of fabulous valley trails, including our Etobicoke Creek Trail, which traverses the entire north-south length of the city. Did you know that both Brampton and the Region…

Reflecting on 2015, much progress was made.  BikeBrampton members can be proud our advocacy made a difference. Partial list of notable progress made: Community Bike Centre was created in partnership with Region of Peel and Community Environment Alliance. CBC ran a number of programs in 2015 including BikeWrx mechanics training and Pedalwise cycling mentorship to encourage public participation in active transportation. Two community bike rides including Bike the Creek and Bramalea CycleFest 2015 encouraged close to 600 participants to ride on Brampton’s…

The 1st round of Bicycle Friendly Business Awards in Brampton were announced at a workshop ceremony on Oct 14, 2015. Bronze was awarded to City of Brampton and Region of Peel. Receiving Honourable Mention were Sheridan College Davis Campus and GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. Canadian Tire A.J. Billes Distribution Centre participated in the workshop to acquire more information for a future application. “Active transportation is predictable — on time, all the time.” Justin Jones,  from Share the Road Cycling Coalition provided workshop tips along…

Application for the Bicycle Friendly Business Program is now available! Share the Road Cycling Coalition says: “Bikes are GREAT for business.” When your business promotes cycling, your employees are more active and healthier. You attract talent who share your values of creating more active, sustainable communities. This draws both like-minded employees and customers to your business. Share the Road is pleased to introduce, with help from our friends at the League of American Bicyclists, the Bicycle Friendly Business program for Ontario Businesses. Through…

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