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Brampton awarded Bicycle Friendly Community Bronze at Ontario Bike Summit on Apr 11, 2017. Brampton was pleased to be awarded Bronze status at OBS awards dinner ceremony last night. On hand to accept this hard-earned award were cycling advocates and members of Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee and BikeBrampton, Kevin Montgomery, Pauline Thornham and Dayle Laing. From City of Brampton was Henrik Zbogar, Acting Director, Planning Policy & Growth Management. David Laing, Chair of BikeBrampton remarked he is “thrilled that Brampton is receiving this…

The Healing Cycle 2017 June 11th for the 13th annual ride supporting hospice palliative care in Ontario. Brampton Fall Fairgrounds, 12942 Heart Lake Rd. Caledon. People with life-limiting illnesses have the right to die with dignity, free of pain and surrounded by their loved ones. Through our annual Healing Cycle Ride, the Healing Cycle Foundation raises funds for hospice palliative care programs in Ontario, enabling them to provide quality end-of-life care for people with terminal illnesses and their loved ones. Early…

Grow Green Eco Pledge Launch on Earth Day Sat Apr 22 10am-2pm, Teramoto Park (NW corner Queen St W & Chinguacousy). Sign up for Eco Pledge in support of Brampton’s Grow Green vision of becoming a sustainable community; one that is economically, environmentally and socially healthy and resilient. Brampton Grow Green Environmental Master Plan targets the 5 elements: Air, Land, Water, Energy, Waste and People. What better way than to have Brampton’s cycling community commit to an Eco Pledge target, since every…

For many Minnesotans cycling is nothing more than a Sunday frolic, but a new report finds that the state’s bike industry produces $780 million in annual economic activity, 5,519 jobs and millions of dollars in health care savings because of reduced obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Source: Cycling in Minn. creates jobs, cuts health spending, state finds – StarTribune.com Comments comments

Become a confident cyclist with Brampton Cycling Courses. City of Brampton Recreation will be offering a series of cycling courses starting in May, for as low as $2! Courses ranging from kids of 6 years to adult, and from one session to summer camp experiences. Prepare for a safe and fun cycling season and Bike to School Week 2017 with these budget-friendly courses. Register at econnect.brampton.ca by entering the bar code below! Bike Basics: Get ready for fun on your bike by joining this interactive…

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