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Carabram Cycle Route

15 Jun 2016, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Brampton Cycling, Cycling Benefits - Economics

The Carabram multicultural festival takes place in Brampton on July 8, 9, and 10. Why not skip the traffic and enjoy a bike ride through the city? Here’s a Carabram Cycle Route map you can use to get to the pavilions using Recreation Trails, side roads, and non-arterial roads that don’t compete with Highway 410 traffic. Check out the Carabram Cycle Route

Join hundreds of cyclists in fun family ride through the spectacular valleys, trails and historic landmarks of Brampton and Caledon. Bike the Creek is a FREE fun family event aimed at encouraging people of all ages to discover the joys of cycling. Registration starts from 7:30am at Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre, 292 Conestoga Drive, Brampton. Collect passport stamps for chances at prizes. Register before June 16th to ensure your FREE lunch.

Brampton Library has Community Spotlight on Active Lifestyles in June! BikeBrampton is pleased to support with “Biking Builds Communities” at 5 libraries. Sun Jun 5th 3pm – Chinguacousy Branch Wed Jun 8th 6:30pm – Four Corners Branch Sat Jun 11th 3pm – Mount Pleasant Branch Sun Jun 12th 2pm – Cyril Clark Branch Wed Jun 15th 6:30pm – South Fletcher’s Branch 2016 Brampton Library Community Spotlight June Flyer Brampton Library invites you to Community Spotlight! Come to the Library and join us for…

The Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee agenda for May 19, 2016 is available. Take a look! Delegations/Presentations There will be a presentation by Dayle Laing, Committee Member, about learnings from the Ontario Bike Summit. Dayle has included an impressive slide deck, which has many photos taken from her exploratory ride of Toronto cycling infrastructure. After that, there will be a presentation from J. Spencer, Manager, Parks and Facility Planning, Engineering and Development Services, Planning and Infrastructure Services, about updates to the Parks and Recreation…

The Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee agenda for April 21, 2016 is available, and it’s an exciting one!   Delegations/Presentations There will be a presentation by Dayle Laing, Committee Member, about Bike the Creek. Dayle has included a slide deck, which has many amazing photos from earlier events. Definitely worth a look.   Reports/Updates Committee will be hearing a verbal update from J. Mete, Landscape Architect, Planning and Infrastructure Services, on the Franceschini Bridge Project Status – Update for Brampton Cycling Advisory…

Upcoming Cycling Events for 2016

13 Apr 2016, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Brampton Cycling, Events-GTA Cycling

It’s a busy time of year — the planning of cycling events for 2016! We’ve made a change on our website. We’ve made it easier for you to quickly see upcoming cycling events in Brampton, just by taking a look at the sidebar of any page on bikebrampton.ca. We’re using Facebook to manage events. This is so that if you have the Facebook app on your phone, you can be reminded of an event happening near you. Some of the…

Have You Made The Pledge for 2016?

05 Apr 2016, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Brampton Cycling, Events-GTA Cycling

Every year in April kicks off 30 Days of Biking. Have you made the pledge for 2016? Despite our recent reminder that we sometimes get snow in April, 30 Days of Biking is a pledge to ride your bike every day in April, any distance, any destination. On Twitter, use the hashtags #30daysofbiking and #bikebrampton to share your adventures online. Make the pledge, and share your trips! The weather should get warmer from here. 😉

The minutes from the February 18, 2016 Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee meeting are published. A copy of the agenda can be found on the City of Brampton website.   Delegations and Presentations Nelson Cadete, Project Manager, Active Transportation, Long Range Transportation Planning, Planning and Infrastructure Services, gave a presentation on the Active Transportation Plan – Terms of Reference. The presentation included provided details on the status of the Active Transportation Master Plan Terms of Reference, core objectives and the next steps. Committee…

Ontario helping Brampton expand Cycling Infrastructure Announcement by Harinder Malhi, MPP Brampton-Springdale and Regional Councillor Martin Medeiros. David Laing, Chair BikeBrampton lauded grants of $325,000 from both levels of government. BikeBrampton, Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee and Brampton Cycling Club members gathered to hear that 1.93 km of new multiuse path along Etobicoke Creek Trail will be constructed to close the missing link between Brampton and Mississauga under Highways 410 and 407. “This is great news for Brampton and our Cycling Community. Investing in…

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