It’s a successful wrap on Bike the Creek 2022, the 8th annual free regional signature ride through Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. A record 1,350 cyclists registered. Save the date for JUNE 10, 2023!

After two pandemic years, we welcomed 1,350 eager cyclists to Bike the Creek on June 18, 2022.

Our thanks to partners Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), City of Brampton, Town of Caledon, City of Mississauga and BikeBrampton. Thanks to sponsors including title sponsor Region of Peel. Thanks to the volunteers who signed the routes, staffed booths and pavilions.

Cyclists depart in a staggered start on the windy morning.
Fun family event with route choices ranging from 5km to 65km
Accessible for all ages, all abilities.
Cyclists supported by Peel Regional Police Crime Prevention, and Caledon OPP.
BikeBrampton dignitary ride leaders Lisa & Steve. Brampton Regional Councillor Rowena Santos, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority CEO John MacKenzie, Decathlon sponsor Darren.
BikeBrampton Lisa & Councillor Rowena Santos stop at TRCA pavilion along the route.
BikeBrampton Lisa leads Councillor Rowena Santos on the Franceschini active transportation bridge crossing Hwy #410.
Caledon riders at Southfields Pavilion: TRCA Chair & Regional Councillor Jennifer Innis, Mayor Allan Thompson, Director, Customer Service and Communications Catherine McLean, volunteer Wayne, Councillor Christina Early, Caledon staff, Caledon OPP
Caledon ride on Etobicoke Creek Trail connection from Southfields into Valleywood – TRCA Chair & Councillor Jennifer Innis; Director, Customer Service and Communications Catherine McLean; Mayor Allan Thompson.
Bike the Creek Bike Valet parking on Caledon’s foldable bike racks.
Efficient, delicious free BBQ lunch sponsored by Region of Peel.
Hungry Bike the Creek cyclists enjoy the free lunch.

Sierra Peel managed the Eco Waste Sorting Pavilion with 6 volunteers and bins from Region of Peel. Uncontaminated recycling diverted from landfill consisted of 30kg (66lbs) of recyclables and 50kg (110lbs) of organic waste. Cyclists responded well to the sorting and help from the volunteers.

Bike the Creek riders gathered to eat lunch and listen to our Civic leaders.
Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown welcomed cyclists to Bike the Creek.
Regional Councillor Chris Fonseca brought greetings from Mississauga.
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) Chair and Caledon Regional Councillor Jennifer Innis brought greetings.
Bike the Creek Dignitaries: Mississauga Councillor Chris Fonseca, MP Brampton South Sonia Sidhu, Ontario Deputy Premier MPP Sylvia Jones, Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, TRCA Chair and Caledon Councillor Jennifer Innis, Brampton Councillor Michael Paleschi.
BikeBrampton staff, volunteers and Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee hosted the Brampton Bike Hub booth, providing education, lights, bells and mini BikeWrx tune-ups. No tents this year due to high winds!
Deputy Premier MPP Sylvia Jones, volunteer Wayne, TRCA Chair & Councillor Jennifer Innis, Director, Customer Service and Communications Catherine McLean, Caledon staff & volunteers.
Town of Caledon Tourism provided information, those ever-popular trail maps, lights and bells.
Bike the Creek Master of Ceremonies, Gage Board from Brampton, congratulated cyclist prize winner
MC Gage awarded Bike the Creek prize to winner George.
Bike the Creek cyclists lined up for sponsor Decathlon’s game.

Thanks to BikeBrampton volunteer Steve, Caledon volunteer Wayne, and Sabrina from Town of Caledon, for supplying these photographs.


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