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Events-GTA Cycling

 

Bike the Creek June 13, 2020 our 7th annual signature cycling event has been cancelled. Due to precautionary measures surrounding COVID-19, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), City of Brampton, City of Mississauga, Town of Caledon, Region of Peel and BikeBrampton have made the collective decision to cancel the 2020 Bike the Creek event scheduled for Saturday June 13th. We look forward to welcoming you all at the 2021 Bike the Creek event on Saturday June 12th. Save the Date…

This Fall, a group of us from BikeBrampton will be participating in Greg’s Ride on Sunday, September 22. We’ll be cycling from Brampton to Hamilton on Saturday, riding in Greg’s Ride on Sunday, then cycling home Monday. BikeBrampton’s participation in this annual event has grown from one rider in 2013 to our larger team of riders this year. Who is BikeBrampton We are a group of volunteers who have met monthly for the past 6 years, discussing and developing action…

This Fall, a group of us from BikeBrampton will be participating in Greg’s Ride on Sunday, September 22. We’ll be cycling from Brampton to Hamilton on Saturday, riding in Greg’s Ride on Sunday, then cycling home Monday. BikeBrampton’s participation in this annual event has grown from one rider in 2013 to our larger team of riders this year. Who is BikeBrampton We are a group of volunteers who have met monthly for the past 6 years, discussing and developing action…

Bike the Creek 2019

27 Jun 2019, Posted by Dayle Laing in Brampton Cycling, Events-GTA Cycling

Judged a whopping success by riders, Bike the Creek 2019 attracted over 1,000 from Brampton, Caledon, Mississauga, and from Ajax to Guelph. A free fun family cycling event is rare, especially when cyclists can experience the spectacular valleys, trails, historic landmarks, and urban/ rural settings of Peel Region. Building on 5 years of experience, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), City of Brampton, Town of Caledon and BikeBrampton welcomed City of Mississauga into the partnership that planned for 8 months…

Greg’s Ride 2018

01 Aug 2018, Posted by Dayle Laing in Brampton Cycling, Events-GTA Cycling, Ontario Cycling

Team Brampton cycled Greg’s Ride 2018 Sept 23rd. Share the Road 13th Annual Greg’s Ride offered our cycling network a 20% discount on all Early Bird tickets! 13th Annual Greg’s Ride details & Registration This annual fundraiser supported Share the Road’s cycling advocacy at Queen’s Park (100% of profits fund advocacy). We all know the importance of what has been accomplished and what still needs to be done! Greg’s Ride 2018 in the Hamilton area included: The Promenade: 8kmThe Challenger: 37kmThe…

Are you ready for Bike the Creek 2018 Countdown? Have you registered online? Cut-off date to guarantee your FREE lunch is Jun 15th, for event on Jun 23, 2018. The 4 routes choices are all new. You may be thinking you have done this before. You haven’t done these routes, since we are using brand new, just built trails! Some are getting their finishing touches right now! Be prepared to be wowed by some amazing new choices for cycling in…

Book Ride Brampton – Books & Bikes along the Etobicoke Creek Join us Apr 29, 2018 to make our city a better place, one street and one book at a time. Presented by The Reading Line and the FOLD (the Festival of Literary Diversity). REGISTER for FREE now – and for more details. BRING your signed WAIVER. Book Ride Schedule: Join us at the start or at any station along the 7km route 11:00am Meet at Brampton Library, South Fletchers…

Bike the Creek Canada 150 celebrated by largest ever crowd in Brampton & Caledon. 631 cyclists gathered Jun 24, 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with a joyful free family ride through the spectacular valleys, trails and historic landmarks of urban and rural Brampton and Caledon. Cyclists from across GTA flocked to rides catering from 11km to 60km. Peel Regional Police Neighbourhood Policing Units 21 & 22 joined the group. Rob Zaichkowski, a volunteer at Cycle Toronto, avid cyclist, blogger…

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