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Cycling Events This Week: Aug 9 – 15

Here’s a fun rundown of everything going on over the 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!

Wed, Aug. 11:

  • Wednesday Wheelie Ride
    • This week’s Wednesday Wheelie is a 71 or 86 km ride from Courtice through the Durham Drumlins to Bowmanville for lunch. Meet for an 8:30 a.m. departure at the Community Centre in Courtice. To get to Courtice, exit Hwy 401 eastbound at interchange 425, (C.R. 34/Courtice Rd.) Drive north just past Hwy 2 and turn left into the Courtice Community Centre. For more information call Bill Hannaford 416-482-2125.

Thurs, Aug. 12 – Sun, Aug. 15:

  • Bike! Bike! 2010
    • Bike! Bike! is an international annual conference organized by and for Not-For-Profit bike projects. It takes place in a different city each year. This year it will be hosted by Bike Pirates in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  For more information or to help volunteer, visit our website at: http://bikebike.org

Sat, Aug. 14 – Sun, Aug. 15:

  • RONA MS Bike Tour – Acton to Waterloo
    • Tens of thousands of cyclists have taken to their bikes at the RONA MS Bike Tours. Some ride with friends, family, or form a team with coworkers. Some are looking for a new fitness challenge or a different way to see Ontario’s beautiful countryside. No matter why they ride, all participants in the Tours come away with the knowledge that they are making a real difference in the lives of people affected by multiple sclerosis.

Sat, Aug. 14:

  • Fun & Safe Cycling Workshop
    • (Newcomer Cycling Outreach Program)
    • Join the Toronto Cyclists Union for a fun, informative, and interactive workshop to learn how to ride a bicycle safely in Toronto.

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