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Cycling Events This Week: Mar. 22 – 28

Welcome to the 4th week of March!  Looks like we’re going to have normal March weather this week.

Here are the bike events going on this week, to help you plan your next 7 days.

You can always find this info or events far into the future on the always updating Events page, or follow our special @BikeTOevents account on twitter!

CBN Workshop – Bike Repair: Bearings and Wheels

  • Tues, March 23rd
  • 7 – 10 PM
  • 761 Queen Street West (map)
  • CBN is now offering classes in bike repair that build on our introductory (‘Flat-fix and Tune-up’) class.  The classes are taught by experienced mechanics and provide an intimate, focused, learning environment. The number of participants is limited to 6 per class.
  • more details

CBN Workshop – Wheel Building II

  • Wed, March 24th
  • 7 – 10 PM
  • 761 Queen Street West (map)
  • The wheel building workshops will teach with standard wheels in a 3-cross lacing pattern. We will cover spoke calculations, lacing the wheels, truing and tensioning. Participants must take both classes.
  • more details

Lansdowne Ave. Bike Lanes Consultation

  • Thurs, March 25th
  • 6:30 – 8:30 PM
  • Wallace Emerson Community Centre, 1260 Dufferin St. (map)
  • The public is invited to attend an open house to learn more about design options for bike lanes on Lansdowne Avenue from Bloor Street to Davenport Street.
  • more details

Critical Mass Toronto

  • Fri, March 26th
  • 6:00 – 8:00 PM
  • Bloor & Spadina (map)
  • An event that takes place on the last friday of every month in cities all over the world.  Critical Mass is at different times a rally, a protest, a party, and a community that advocates for a bicycle’s right to use public streets.
  • more details

DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

  • Sat, March 27th
  • 11 am – 4 pm
  • Danforth Mennonite Church, 2174 Danforth Avenue (streetview map)
  • DECA Bikes is planning a Tune-Up workshop for Danforth East residents!
  • more details

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