Brampton Community Rides

2019 Community Ride

Free Brampton Community Rides are a series of casual cycling tours held from May to September. Led by Brampton Active Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC) and BikeBrampton volunteers, these group rides provide opportunities for residents and visitors to explore Brampton on their bicycles, followed by a free refreshment, sponsored by City of Brampton.

Ride a bike. Discover your City. #discoverbramptonbybike

2024 Calendar

  • Ride #1 – Sun May 26th 9:45am – Downtown Bike Hub Ride (Ward 1) – starts at Garden Square
  • Ride #2 – Tues Jun 4th 6:15pm – Peel Village Ride (Ward 3) -starts at Charles F Watson and Family Park
  • Ride #3 – Sun Jun 9th 9:45am – Loafer’s Lake Ride (Ward 2)
  • Ride #4 – Tues Jun 18th 6:15pm – Flower City Ride (Ward 4)
  • Ride #5 – Sun Jun 23rd 9:45am – James Potter Ride (Ward 5)
  • Ride #6 – Tues Jul 2nd 6:15pm – Mount Pleasant Ride (Ward 6)
  • Ride #7 – Sun Jul 7th 9:45am – Chinguacousy Park Ride (Ward 7)
  • Ride #8 – Tues Jul 16th 6:15pm – Claireville Conservation Ride (Ward 8)
  • Ride #9 – Sun Jul 21st 9:45am – Lakes and Bridges Ride (Ward 9)
  • Ride #10 – Tues Jul 30th 6:15pm – Carabram Park Ride (Ward 10)
  • Ride #11 – Sun Aug 11th 9:45am – Southwest Library Ride (Ward 6)
  • Ride #12 – Sun Aug 25th 9:45am – Sheridan’s Creek Ride (Ward 4)
  • Ride #13 – Sun Sep 8th 9:45am – Tour the Trees Ride (Ward 7)
  • Ride #14 – Sun Sep 22nd 9:45am – Southfields Ride (Ward 2)

Select your choice of 5 km or 15 km route, depending on your comfort level. Select the shorter route if this is your first time or you are unsure about your abilities. Riders participating in the ride do so at their own risk and are requested to agree to terms of the liability waiver before participating. Proper helmet use is strongly encouraged and is mandatory for those under 18. Parents have a duty to ensure helmet use for children under 16. Riders might be photographed for promotional purposes. Complimentary refreshment is provided to participants at the end or mid-point of the ride (depending on ride). Routes carefully planned and may be subject to change should situations arise. Pay attention to the Ride Leader, Marshall and Sweep. All riders must be present for the Brampton Community Rides Safety Briefing

Ride a Bike Discover your City

City of Brampton’s complimentary refreshment is provided to registered participants at the end or mid-point of the ride (depending on ride). Volunteers will be available by request to escort participants from snack location back to meetup location, if desired.

Pre-registered riders will be contacted via text or email with 2 hours notice, should the ride be cancelled (eg. due to weather).

Have fun! Additional questions, contact