Bike Month 2014
Bike Month: May 26-June 26, 2014
We're kicking off Bike Month on May 26 with the 25th anniversary of the Toronto Bike to Work Day Group Commute & Pancake Breakfast at Nathan Phillips Square! What began as a City of Toronto Bike to Work Day celebration has evolved to become one of the largest events of its kind in Canada and is now organized by Cycle Toronto. Bike Month runs until June 26 with hundreds of community events including rides, races, tours, festivals and more.
If you're thinking about hosting a Bike Month event in 2014, please post it to BikeMonth.ca/events now to increase your event's exposure. We've provided some FAQs on how to do this below:
How do I log in?
If you created an account last year, it will still be active, and you can request a new password when you log in if need be. If you want to create a new account, you can do that too. When your event is posted, we will confirm it before it goes live, so don't fret if you don't see it right away.
What information do I need to post an event?
All that we require for the time being is the event's title, short description, date, time, location, and contact information while you work out the details. You can log back in later to add or modify the event as you gather more information.
What is the deadline for posting my event?
While the online calendar will stay open for submissions throughout Bike Month, make sure to post your event before May 1st to appear in the Toronto Bike Month print calendar.
Where are the meeting points for Bike to Work Day?
The city and community start points haven't changed for 2014 and can be viewed on the Bike to Work Day event page.
How can I time my event to maximize attendance?
Please check back on the calendar regularly to see when other events are happening and for potential opportunities to collaborate or co-promote with other event holders. For more tips on hosting an event, the City of Toronto's website has a great resource page.
Bike Month 2014 is coordinated by Cycle Toronto and supported locally by The City of Toronto, McLeish Orlando, Tangerine, Sweet Pete's Bike Shop, St. Lawrence Market, CP24, and NOW Magazine. Bike Month is supported across The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area by The City of Mississauga, The City of Hamilton, York Region, and Smart Commute - a program of Metrolinx.