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Cycling Events This Week: Sept. 21 – 27

What’s on this week:

View more than the next week on the BikingToronto Events Page.

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Mon, Sep 21

Toronto Cycling Advisory Committee Meeting
Committee Room 2
2nd Floor, City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Toronto

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Tues, Sep 22

Bike Polo TO – Weekly Pick-up Game
Tuesdays @ 9 p.m till 11 p.m at Alexander Park (Bathurst and Dundus Street west)

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Wed, Sep 23

TBN’s Wednesday Wheelie Ride
The nature of the Wednesday day rides known as the “Wednesday Wheelies” might be the best-kept secret in the TBN. Wednesday Wheelies are social, tourist-level rides that cover routes similar to the popular Country Cruises, but which have the glorious advantage of roads, often busy with traffic on a Sunday, being nearly deserted mid-week.

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Thurs, Sep 24

Toronto Cyclists Union “Cinq à Sept”
This monthly event is intended to provide a space where bike union board, executive, management team, ward captains, volunteers, and members can come together and converse over a refreshing beverage. This event is not formal and is not a meeting. Rather, it is a space where the union can meet for the sake of meeting.

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Fri, Sep 25

Critical Mass Toronto
Join hundreds of cyclists for a group ride around downtown Toronto.

Bloor & Spadina – meet at 6 pm, ride at 6:30

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Sat, Sep 26

Tour de Greenbelt – Newmarket & Simcoe
Series of four bikes tours over two weekends throughout the Greenbelt. Lengths of 25, 50 and 100 km per ride, $40 per day includes goody backs, snack and BBQ lunch.

For more information contact:
Phone: 416-960-0001

Niagara-on-the-Lake (September 12)
Burlington (September 13)
Newmarket & Simcoe (September 26)
Rouge Park & Durham (September 27)

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Sat, Sep 26

Darcy Allan Sheppard Memorial Fundraiser
Come celebrate life in the face of loss and help the ones that lost the most at the same time. This will be a friendly and fun affair. All proceeds go directly to the memorial fund.

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Sun, Sep 27
Wheels for Wellness
4th Annual Wheels for Wellness in support of Humber River Regional Hospital. Ride through the gorgeous terrain of Caledon.

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Sun, Sep 27

Tour de Greenbelt – Rouge Park & Durham
Series of four bikes tours over two weekends throughout the Greenbelt. Lengths of 25, 50 and 100 km per ride, $40 per day includes goody backs, snack and BBQ lunch.

For more information contact:
Phone: 416-960-0001

Niagara-on-the-Lake (September 12)
Burlington (September 13)
Newmarket & Simcoe (September 26)
Rouge Park & Durham (September 27)

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Sun, Sep 27

Bike Polo TO – Monthly Tournament
Monthly Bike Polo tournament to coincide with Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington – last Sunday of the month from May to October at Scadding Court.

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OH YEAH! Heavy Metal in the Bike Lane: Meet Priya Panda

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