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Bike Month

June is bike month

June has been designated as bike month. In Waterloo, we have a lot of activities planned to encourage residents to use their bicycles. Check out the activities and events that happened throughout the month. For more information about the city's commitment to active transportation throughout the city, visit our active transportation page.

June 2018 Bike Month 

Mon.
June 4 - All Day

Cycle2School Day

All City of Waterloo middle and high school students are encouraged to ride their bicycles to class that day. Prizes packages will be offered all day to students including bells, lights and  maps. Plus one lucky student from each school will win a $50 gift card from MEC (Kitchener Store)

Sat.
June 9 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

City of Waterloo Service Centre Open House

265 Lexington Court, Waterloo

A bicycle education centre will be operating where residents can learn about the fantastic trail system Waterloo has to offer. 

Sun. June 17 Noon to 5 p.m.

Open Streets - bicycle education centre

Waterloo City Centre, 100 Regina St. S., Waterloo

A bicycle education centre will be operating where residents can get a helmet fitting, learn to fix a tire, hone skills in a cycling course, or just pick up a free bike bell or light. 

Wed.
June 20
11 a.m.- 1 p.m.

  

University of Waterloo - Bright On!

City of Waterloo staff will have a pop-up booth at University of Waterloo where staff will teach students and staff about proper lighting for bikes and there will be free bike lights given to all cyclists.

Wed.  June 20
8 to 9:30 p.m.

 

Campfire

Waterloo Public Square

City of Waterloo staff will have a pop-up booth in uptown Waterloo where staff will teach residents about proper lighting for bikes and there will be free bike lights given to all cyclists.

June 7 to July 16

 

CAN-BIKE

Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex

Cycling Canada's CAN-BIKE program is a series of courses on all aspects of cycling safety and enjoyment on the road. It is oriented toward recreational and utilitarian cycling. More information about each course can be found at canbikecanada.ca/courses. For a list of courses and information on how to register visit our CAN-BIKE page.