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Cycling Events This Week: Mar. 29 – April 4

Happy Monday!  March is ending and April is beginning this week!  Thursday and Friday are supposed to be 20+ degrees!

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!

Ryerson University – Inside Ride

  • Date: Tues, March 30
  • Time: 2 – 4 PM
  • Location: Foyer, Student Campus Centre, 55 Gould Street (map)
  • Info: The Inside Ride is Canada’s first indoor cycling celebration and fundraising event dedicated to raising monies in support of children and their families living with and beyond childhood cancer. Presented by Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation, the Inside Ride is a professional, extraordinary two-hour, team-based, indoor-cycling challenge that is fun, safe, and energizing for participants and volunteers alike!
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Trailblazers Tandem Club – Open House

  • Date: Wed, March 31
  • Time: 6 – 8:30 PM
  • Location: CNIB, 1929 Bayview Avenue (map)
  • Info: The TRAILBLAZERS is a recreational cycling club with a twist! We give blind and vision impaired people the opportunity to cycle with sighted guides on our tandems. We are a registered charity and are always seeking new volunteers to ride with our members. You can choose to ride as much or as little as you like, and rides can accommodate your schedule.
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CBN Workshop – Bike Repair: Brakes and Gears

  • Date: Wed, March 31
  • Time: 7 – 10 PM
  • Location: 761 Queen Street West (map)
  • Info: We are now offering classes in bike repair that build on our introductory (‘Flat-fix and Tune-up’) class. Registrants should be familiar and comfortable with the subject of that class before taking the intermediate class(es).
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