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Brampton Cycling

 

Book Ride Brampton – Books & Bikes along the Etobicoke Creek Join us Apr 29, 2018 to make our city a better place, one street and one book at a time. Presented by The Reading Line and the FOLD (the Festival of Literary Diversity). REGISTER for FREE now – and for more details. BRING your signed WAIVER. Book Ride Schedule: Join us at the start or at any station along the 7km route 11:00am Meet at Brampton Library, South Fletchers…

Brampton Bike Hub was showcased in EcoAction National Webinar. Mentors, protégés, bike mechanics, CAN-Bike instructors, City of Brampton staff, Region of Peel staff, Sonia Sidhu MP constituency staff and BikeBrampton members cheered loudly as David Laing updated the country on Brampton Cycling in Canada “4 Canadian Communities – If you Build it, They will Come: Increasing Cycling, Reducing Emissions”. Edmonton, Montreal and Halifax joined Brampton Cycling in Canada in presenting their projects in the Vélo Canada Bikes EcoAction Community grant…

EcoAction National Webinar Cycling in 4 Canadian Communities   “If you Build it, they will Come: Increasing Cycling, Reducing Emissions” Brampton City Hall WT-2C, Wed Mar 28, 2018 7pm. Learn about successful initiatives in Edmonton, Brampton, Montreal and Halifax. Share your successes and ask questions. Canada Bikes in partnership with BikeBrampton invites you to attend! This project was undertaken with the financial support of Environment and Climate Change Canada. Objective: Meet and hear from the four Canadian communities involved in…

Brampton Bike Hub is teaching how to make minor BikeWrx bike repairs every Wednesday 6:30-8:30pm at 50 Sunny Meadow Blvd Unit 108. BikeBrampton is partnering with PCHS to bring the Brampton Bike Hub’s Pedalwise and BikeWrx programs. Despite a cold January, both experienced cyclists and those who want some help through our Pedalwise program, have been coming out to tune up their bikes and socialize. After a rousing discussion about how best to dress for winter comfort, we turned to…

Despite overall growth in the number of people biking to work, there are still some challenges that need to be addressed by cities, organizations, and employers for more women to bike more often.

Ready to ride a bike? Want to learn some bike mechanic skills? Check out the Brampton Bike Hub! Invite your friends and family to attend the Official Launch this Wednesday, Dec 6th from 6:30 to 8:30pm. at 50 Sunny Meadow Blvd Unit 108, Brampton. FREE Registration BikeBrampton has partnered with PCHS to offer Bike Mechanics training (BikeWrx) and Bike Mentorship (Pedalwise). Open to Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon residents 16 years of age and up! BikeWrx will be offering both 6-session…

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