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Brampton Kids on Bikes

 

Brampton Bike Clinic gears up the successful first group of graduates The first group of Brampton youth completed a bike mechanic course conducted by volunteer professional bike mechanics from Brampton Bicycle Advisory Committee / Bike Brampton. “I learned how everything works together.” Funded by the Region of Peel Human Services Community Partnerships, the mechanics carefully selected 5 sets of top quality tools that will be used as this pilot venture unrolls into a permanent and ongoing opportunity for graduates to mentor…

Solving Peel Physical Inactivity Health Crisis through Active Transportation, Dec 4, 2014 The webinar and workshop/discussion was hosted by Heart & Stroke Foundation and the Brampton Kids on Bikes subcommittee of Brampton Bicycle Advisory Committee / Bike Brampton. Participants identified issues, and targeted goals for stakeholders: regional health, regional transportation, regional councillors, city transportation, city recreation, city safety, city councillors, school boards, school trustees,  community groups and students. Workshop Documents: 2014 12 04 Solving Peel Physical Inactivity Health Crisis through Active Transportation…

Brampton Kids on Bikes: Literature Review Report The volume of literature, research and reports on the topic of student active transportation is quite frankly, staggering. There are already comprehensive suggestions about how to fix this problem. Read our 2014 Brampton Kids on Bikes Literature Review Report_v2  for a comprehensive view of this issue. Kids on Etobicoke Creek Path, Brampton Similar to many communities across Canada, the Region of Peel is facing a youth health crisis fueled significantly by inactivity. Increasing the participation…

Brampton Kids On Bikes Project

22 Sep 2014, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Brampton Kids on Bikes, Past Event Cycling

Do you let your kids bike to school? Why, or why not? We want to hear from you. Focus group sessions are being held at Bramalea Community Health Center. 40 Finchgate Blvd., Suite 224 Brampton, ON Thursday, September 18 — 6-7:30pm Thursday, October 23 — 6-7:30pm Thursday, November 13 — 6-7:30pm RSVP: david@bikebrampton.ca or pauline.thornham@rogers.com Sign up for a time to give your opinion. Free snacks will be available. We need your help to affect positive change in our community!

Bike Helmet Research and Brain Injuries: It is Ontario law that every cyclist under the age of 18 must wear an approved bicycle helmet. Parents or guardians shall not knowingly permit cyclists under 16 to ride without a helmet. (HTA 104 – Helmets) Helmets must be fastened with chin straps. There currently is a fine of $60.00 under the Highway Traffic Act. According to the Ministry of Transportation: “The best helmet is one that fits properly, is worn correctly and has been manufactured…

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