Mayor Linda Jeffrey spoke of an exciting future for cycling in Brampton. Peel Police Chief Jennifer Evans reminded us of rules of the road for cyclists and motorists.

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Councillor Martin Medeiros joined members of Downtown BIA who borrowed a fleet of beautiful city bikes from The Cyclepath Brampton. Nic from Cyclepath, provided mini-tune ups to cyclists who were gearing up for Bike Month.

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Peel Police Chief Jennifer Evans checks out BikeBrampton’s new MTO Road Safety Challenge banner which explains the 1-Metre Safe Passing Law (the distance minimum that drivers must leave to safely pass cyclists on the road).

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Councillor Gael Miles selects her Bike Month T-shirt after answering cycling skill question at Peel Walk+Roll booth. Community Bike Centre (at the booth behind) explained their Bike4Brampton challenge, where 1 tree will be planted for every 20km biked!

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Peel Region Police attended, tweeted and shared safety fluorescent bracelets. Look for Neighbourhood Policing Unit bike patrol officers who ride our trails and streets this season!

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City of Brampton staff displayed why they have achieved Bicycle Friendly Business Bronze status.

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T by Daniel was one of several local merchants who provided great food and drink to start our day!

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BikeBrampton and Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee shared a booth to educate, and promote Bike Month events like Bike the Creek and Brampton’s new Community Bike Rides.

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Downtown Brampton is so bike-able!