Bike Month is an opportunity for people to try riding a bike for the first time, learn new skills, or simply have fun and connect with new people. It’s taking the time to rekindle the youthful magic of exploring your neighbourhood by bike or share that joy with the next generation of bike riders. Bike Month is a celebration of cycling.
Are the kids in your life looking for new ways to get to school this fall? Biking can be a great way to get around while practicing physical distancing and getting some fresh air. This week-long Bike to School challenge will provide you with all the information you need to encourage your kids to ride to school safely including:
While the COVID-19 pandemic may have postponed Bike Month, it’s also provided us with the opportunity to get creative and to think of new ways to celebrate cycling in your city! We hope this guide will help you organize your Bike Month community event in the safest and funnest way possible. Don’t forget to post your event to the Bike Month Calendar!
All events are subject to public health guidelines, which may continue to evolve as the province continues to respond to the pandemic.
Over the past month, we’ve seen the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affect our daily lives from the way we interact with each other to the way we shop for groceries. With the Province extending the state of emergency until at least mid-May, it is clear our annual Bike Month programming between the last Monday in May to the end of June is neither feasible nor appropriate. It is for this reason that we’ve decided to postpone Bike Month until September 2020.