The celebration continues: don't miss these great Bike Month events!
Submitted by Jared Kolb on 15 June, 2012 - 14:11
We're halfway through Bike Month yet there's still so many major events to come!
Cycle and Celebrate the West Toronto Railpath. Join us this Saturday on the West Toronto Railpath as we jointly host a community festival featuring free bicycle repairs, activities for kids, art and history walks and a parade. Hosted by CultureLink Settlement Services, Cycle Toronto, and the Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre, the event wraps up with a barbecue and ribbon-cutting at the newest Railpath access point, thanks to Castlepoint Development Corporation. Join us from 1:00-4:00pm. Bike Valet at the Wallace St. entrance. Learn more here!
There's still time to register for Ride the Ravines! Online registration is closed, but you can still register the morning of the ride between 7:00 - 8:45am and ride with us! Ride the Ravines offers a fun challenge for recreational riders and a chance for all cyclists to experience Toronto's ravines like never before. Don't forget: registration for Cycle Toronto members is only $20! Learn more and register here! And stick around after the ride for Bikes, BBQ and Beer: Ride the Ravines After Party!
MEC Bikefest. Join us next Saturday June 23 from 11:00am - 5:30pm for MEC Bikefest at the Distillery District! Register for dozens of bike clinics and seminars, enjoy free basic bike repairs and Bike Valet, participate in MEC Bikefest Bike and Gear Swap and connect with the community. Don't miss it. Learn more.
Bike Month Wrap Party. June 28th from 8:00pm - 1:00am. Get ready for the biggest bike party of the month as we close out Bike Month 2012. Mark your calendars!
Check in on the full calendar of events here.
Bike Month 2012 wouldn't be possible without the support of the City of Toronto, Livegreen Toronto, CP24, Sweet Pete's Bicycle Shop, BIXI Toronto, NOW Magazine, St. Lawrence Market, Jet Fuel Coffee, CyclePath Norco, Urbane Cyclist, ZM Cycle & Fitness and Hoopdriver Bicycles.