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Cycling Events This Week: Sept. 21 – 27

What’s on this week:

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Mon, Sep 21
7pm

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

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Tues, Sep 22
8:30pm-11pm

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
10am

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
5pm-7pm

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
6pm-8pm

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
10am-4pm

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

Address:
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
9pm

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
10am-4pm

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

Address:
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
1pm

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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