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Happening Tomorrow, Saturday June 1, for BikeMonth

Here’s a quick rundown from the BikeMonth website about what’s happening tomorrow for BikeMonth!

Saturday, June 1

Burger Week Bike Tour – Final Ride – We’ll be aiming to do take-out at each burger stop. Each restaurant will be serving 1 special burger for $5. You don’t have to eat at all the stops. Stay hydrated and bring water (or some other beverage of your choice).

Evergreen Bike Works – Biking Basics — Learn the skills to maintain your wheels—from fixing a flat to troubleshooting gears and brakes. Bring your bike and we’ll provide the rest!

Toronto Bicycling Network – Saturday Morning Ride — The ride will be to Port Credit for a coffee break, using the Lakeshore Trail west out of Toronto into Mississauga – about 40 kms.

Ride For A Dream Launch Event & Ride — Join the Ride For A Dream on their way out of Toronto, en route to St. John’s Newfoundland, as they ride to end violence against women.

Scarborough Southwest Bike Rodeo — – Fun Family Cycling Activities – Free Bike Tune-up – Toronto Police Cycling Team – Worried Association of Kids for the Environment (WAKE) – Bicycle Education & Helmet Safety

Intro to Mountain Biking Program — Join us in the Don Valley for an thrilling mountain biking experience! This is the first lesson of many, so make sure to contact us in advance to reserve your spot.

Rob Ford Rides the City — To celebrate Bike Month 2013, this June we’re inviting Mayor Rob Ford to take a spin on our wheels for a day! We are also encouraging new cyclists to come for a ride.

Street Smarts cycling safety and flat repair workshop at Taylor Memorial Library — Free workshop on the benefits of commuting by bicycle, laws that govern cyclists and motorists, techniques for safe street riding, basic bike maintenance, and how to fix a flat tire (hands-on!).

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