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Community Bike Centre FAQs Q: What is the Community Bike Centre? A: The Community Bike Centre-Brampton is a new initiative that aims to provide access to reconditioned bikes to families while providing bike mechanics training and opportunities for personal growth through bicycle related activities. The Centre provides a supportive, non-judgmental and community friendly space for anyone interested in cycling to learn, explore, build a bike, or mentor a newbee! Q: What is Pedalwise? A: PedalWise is a community focused program that promotes a…

Bike to School Week has been officially launched for May 25-29th, 2015 Bike to School Week is a celebration of cycling and active transportation. This year, for the first time, school boards, public health units, NGOs, municipalities and regions across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area are coordinating a collective Bike to School Week to promote and support cycling to school. Schools are encouraged to plan (using posters and other resources on the website) and register their events to qualify…

Prepping Your Bike For Spring

20 Mar 2015, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Brampton Cycling

Whether you’ve enjoyed some #VikingBiking or not, the time is approaching to prepare your ride for spring. Here is an overview of things to check as the temperature outside rises. If in doubt, take your bike to your local shop for advice and service. Frame Check your frame for any cracks or dents that might have developed over the winter. If you find any, take your bike in for servicing if you can’t fix it yourself. If the frame looks okay,…

Ride Don’t Hide Peel

19 Mar 2015, Posted by Dayle Laing in Past Event Cycling

Ride Don’t Hide, supporting Family Mental Health on June 21, 2015 in Caledon Hills, Peel Region Featuring a 20km Family Trail ride, a 25km Family Road ride, a 50km Ride and a 100km Ride. All proceeds support the Peel branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. For more information   Comments comments

#bikethecreek 100 Days away

13 Mar 2015, Posted by Dayle Laing in Past Event Cycling

100 days until #bikethecreek, Jun 20th 2015! 2nd annual #bikethecreek planning with partners Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, City of Brampton and Town of Caledon and the team from BikeBrampton is down to the final details of preparation. Generous sponsors are lining up to participate. Our Title Sponsor is Region of Peel, Walk+Roll Peel. Our Sponsors are The Cyclepath Brampton, Whole Foods Market, WIKE –the Walk & Bike Company, and Brampton and Caledon Community Foundation. Check in at Jim Archedekin Recreation Centre, between…

Brampton Budget 2015 Cycling Priorities Brampton Bicycle Advisory Committee submitted a document outlining our priorities for active transportation, and specifically cycling priorities for the Brampton 2015 Budget: City of Brampton Budget 2015 BBAC active transportation priorities_1 Economic Benefits of Active Transportation Reduced congestion — better flow of people, goods, services Reduced collisions — eventual reduction in auto insurance rates Reduced road construction, maintenance and repair costs Easing of Parking congestion Enhancing and making the downtown core vibrant for residents, workers…

BikeBrampton at Toronto Bike Show

06 Mar 2015, Posted by Dayle Laing in Past Event Cycling

BikeBrampton was at the Toronto Bike Show Mar 6-8, 2015 BikeBrampton members volunteered at the Toronto International Bike Show, hosting more than 200 attendees at our BikeBrampton booth. The Region of Peel’s Walk + Roll also participated and supplied Trail Maps and literature. Residents of Brampton, people who work in Brampton and those interested in coming to Brampton for cycle tourism gathered to hear about Brampton’s trails, Bike the Creek 2015, learn about Brampton Kids on Bikes Project for safe and active routes to schools,…

Carless in 905

24 Feb 2015, Posted by Dayle Laing in Brampton Cycling, Cycling Benefits - Economics

Kevin Montgomery tells Toronto Star how his family manages carless in 905 Transportation reporter Tess Kalinowski interviewed Kevin Montgomery and his family about daring to exercise their options and trade their 2 cars for more time together in a Toronto Star article on Feb 20, 2015. Toronto Star photo by Rick Madonik Using bicycling and public transit, this professional couple and their three children have more time with their family, a better quality of life, better fitness, and are paying down their…

Moving Peel Kids Safely School Travel The Heart & Stroke Foundation and Brampton Kids on Bikes invited Region of Peel school planning stakeholders to a follow up to our December 4th webinar & workshop on Active and Sustainable School Travel (ASST). Here are the results of our workshop: 2015 04 20 Moving Peel Kids Safely School Travel Planning Workshop Results    Brampton Kids on Bikes The Agenda: Heart & Stroke Health Promotion Specialist Bill McBain kicked off our workshop with an introduction….

Brampton Critical Mass celebrated its 1st anniversary Attracting the more warmly dressed and brave cyclists, this friendly gathering celebrated its first anniversary with a fitting tribute: “cycling for cake” Bike Brampton starts the last Friday of every month from Gage Park, at Main and Wellington. For our anniversary, we selected a ride to La Cakery, a fabulous cake shop on the SE corner of Queen and McLaughlin. Judge for yourself… well worth the cycle for these calories! Join us at 6:15pm. We…

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