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 biking. 

Bike Month 2020 is going to be a little different than years past, but there are still going to be plenty of opportunities to get outside, be healthy, and ride a bike. For starters, Bike Month 2020 is running in September instead of its usual June appearance.

New this year is our Start Biking Challenge that provides you with everything you need to know to start riding a bike, either for the first time, or the first time in a long time!

Register now for the Start Biking Challenge

We've also launched the Bike to School Challenge which will help you encourage the kids in your life to bike to school safely! 

Register now for the Bike to School Challenge

 

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Breaking Barriers to Biking presented by MEC

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Kat Wehrle

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Kat Wehrle rides her bike on Danforth Avenue

Kat is the type of person that looks at life’s challenges and thinks “I’m going to fight through this and I’ll be better for it.” Many times in her life Kat was presented with situations that could have put her off biking for good, but she has grown into a four-season rider. Read Kat's story.

Armi De Francia & Transportation Equity Toronto

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Armi De Francia, the founder of Transportation Equity Toronto

Armi has been working toward realizing a world where everyone can move about their city in a way that fits their needs, a journey that led her to founding Transportation Equity Toronto. Find out more about Armi's journey.

Christopher McGarrell & ManDemCC

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Christopher McGarrell, the founder of ManDem Cycling Club

ManDemCC may have started as a running joke that Christopher had with friends this summer, but their fun and inclusive group rides are breaking down barriers to riding a bike. Find out how.