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May 30: Ward 9 Group Ride

Designing neighbourhood bike tours for residents is a great way to encourage cyclists of all abilities to ‘get out there’ and learn the local routes in a supportive group. Mississauga has so many recreational trails and it is important to learn how to ride to them safely.

ALL RIDERS ARE WELCOME.

Small bike-related FREEBIES will be available at the end of each ride.

HELMETS: By law, all minors are required to wear a helmet, and adults are strongly encouraged to do so.

TYPE OF BIKE: Use of a HYBRID bike is recommended (i.e. road-only bikes are not suitable for unpaved off-road trails which may be part of some routes).

full event details: Bike Month 2013.

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