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BikeMonth Event Submission Deadline is March 27th

Considering planning a BikeMonth event? You have until March 27th to let the City know so they can help publicize it.

Bike Month, get involved!
It’s fun to ride your bike. As transportation or recreation, it’s good for your health, and the environment. If you’re working with your business or community to make Toronto a better place for cyclists, or want to start, we can help. Consider registering your event on the Cycling Events Calendar, which will be published between May 26 and June 21. The calendar is distributed to public libraries, community centers, Civic Centers, environmental groups and a growing list of businesses.

Event Planning Guide
Check out the Event Planning Guide. Deadline to submit events is March 27, 2008 by 4 p.m. Please contact us with any questions about the Cycling Events Calendar, and other promotions going on during Bike Month.

More info on the BikeMonth Site.

And, I’ve of course added this to the BikingToronto Calendar. :)

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