Here’s a quick rundown from the BikeMonth website about what’s happening tomorrow for BikeMonth!
Monday, May 27
Community Bike To Work Day Start Point – Lawrence Ave E / Don Mills Rd. Ride — The pace would be set to accommodate everyone’s ability. This year we will be taking a different route at a different time.
Community Bike to Work Day Start Point – Humber River Thunderbird Bridge Ride — Join the Etobicoke South Cycling Committee for the Bike to Work Day Ride. Meet at the Humber River Thunderbird Bridge and ride to the High Park meeting point.
Community Bike to Work Day Start Point – Laird and Eglinton Ride — Bike to Work Day Community Start Point – Laird and Eglinton. Ride to Nathan Phillips Square for the Bike to Work Day celebration and free pancake breakfast.
Community Bike to Work Day Start Point – Artscape Wychwood Barns Ride — Join Councillor Mihevc and other cyclists from Ward 21 will meet at the Artscape Wychwood Barns (601 Christie St) for Bike to Work Day.
Community Bike to Work Day Start Point – Kingston Rd and Dundas St E Ride— Join the morning commute for free pancake breakfast at City Hall. Ride along and celebrate the bike lanes on Dundas East, River St. and Shuter
*Toronto Bike to Work Day Group Commute and Pancake Breakfast* — Ride with hundreds of cyclists from Yonge and Bloor at 7:30 am to Nathan Phillips Square and enjoy a free pancake breakfast when you get there!
Bike to Work Day at York University — Join Smart Commute – North Toronto, Vaughan and bike to York University (Keele Campus) on May 27! Enjoy a delicious breakfast donated by Great Canadian Bagel and receive a free bicycle safety check.
Beyond the Car: Meeting the Challenges of Urban Transportation — Join Gabe Klein, Chicago Commissioner of Transportation for an evening reception and conversation at the Glenn Gould Studio. Hosted by TCAT and Share the Road. All proceeds will go to Cycle Toronto.
Art of Cycling (May 2 to May 31) — An exhibit of cycling photographs by Paul Hrmo. Paul is a former competitive cyclist who has spent the last decade behind the lens, capturing cycling races mostly in the GTA.