May 27 - June 30


Riding into Battle, Canadian Cyclists in the Great War

The Canadian Cycling Corp trained in Toronto and had one of the highest casualty rates of the Great War. Come hear their stories.
Event Type
Presentation / Lecture
Thursday, May 9 at 12:00 am - Thursday, May 9 at 9:00 pm
[email protected] / 416-767-5472
RSVP Required

Ted Glenn has written a history of the Canadian Cycling Corp in the Great War. He will be giving a presentation at Lambton House on May 9. Come and hear stories like the battle of the Humber in 1916, about how they trained in Toronto and their fate in Western Europe. It is an interesting and little known history.

This event has
Public washrooms
Bike Parking
On-site food or beverages

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