Region of Peel Cycling


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…

Announcing Pedalwise and BikeWrx Programs BikeBrampton, partnering with PCHS, is pleased to announce Pedalwise and BikeWrx launch on Dec 6th, 2017, 50 Sunny Meadow Blvd. #108 Brampton 6:30-8:30 pm. Google Map Location Pedalwise “Pedalwise is a mentor program for people who want to use their bicycles for errands, commuting and other short distance trips, but lack the confidence to ride on roads in Brampton, especially during the colder months”, says David Laing, BikeBrampton chair. “Pedalwise teams these people up with…

Winter bicycle traffic is just over one fifth summertime levels. Toronto is a “moderate” winter city, along with Calgary and Minneapolis. These cities experience January highs close to 0°C (-1°C in Toronto) and lows close to -10°C (-6°C in Toronto). Temperature extremes are rare.

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