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from May 24, 2015 to Jul 24, 2015 | Move Back - Move Forward

May 25 6:30am-7am  
Bike to Work Day Group Commute community start point: Thunderbird Bridge
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-work-day-group-commute-community-start-point-thunderbird-bridge Date:
Monday, May 25, 2015 - 06:30 - 07:00 
The Etobicoke South Cycling Committee, in partnership with Cycle Toronto and
the Lakeshore Planning Council is holding its annual Bike to Work Day Ride.

The Thunderbird bridge at the Humber is the bike connection for Etobicoke to
downtown Toronto. It is the logical beginning point. We will meet on the
bridge and ride to the main west end commute downtown at High Park Everyone
is welcome, regardless of cycling ability and background.

.... Location:

Thunderbird Bridge, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/482?location=toronto  (Google Map)
May 25 7am-9am  
BIKE TO WORK DAY Group Commute & Pancake Breakfast at Nathan Phillips Square
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-work-day-group-commute-pancake-breakfast-nathan-phillips-square Beginning May 1, sign up for ride with us on May 25
at BikeMonth.ca/BiketoWorkDay [1] and recruit your family, friends and
colleagues!

Bike to Work Day 2014 Group Commute - photo by Marlena Rogowska

Commuters from around the City meet to ride together from start points and
converge at Yonge and Bloor for 7:30a.m. City start points are staffed with
ride coordinators and a police escort to a celebration and pancake breakfast
at Nathan Phillips Square. Riders will receive a complimentary breakfast at
City Hall (while supplies last). This event is organized by Cycle Toronto in
partnership with the City of Toronto.

Group Commute City Start Locations:


City Start Points:

* 7:00 am Bloor and High Park
* 7:00 am Yonge and Lawrence
* 7:00 am Danforth and  (Google Map)
May 25 7am-8:30am  
Bike to Work Day Group Commute city start point: High Park/Bloor
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-work-day-group-commute-city-start-point-high-parkbloor Join your neighbours from the west end of Toronto on a group ride along Bloor
Street to Yonge Street. 

There we will converge with all the other group rides and cycle south on
Yonge to City Hall.  

It's an experience not to miss.  

Commuting to work will never be the same after you have tried Bike To Work
Day!

.... Location:

High Park & Bloor Street West, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/575?location=toronto  (Google Map)
May 25 7:30am-8am  
Bike to Work Day Group Commute community start point: celebrate the Dundas
East bike lane
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-work-day-group-commute-community-start-point-celebrate-dundas-east-bike-lane Celebrate community action for cycling safety! Enjoy a very chill ride and
meet your fellow commuter neighbours.

.... Location:

Meet at Kingston Road and Dundas St. East, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/565?location=toronto  (Google Map)
May 25 10am-12pm  
DAS5 - Video documentary release
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/das5-video-documentary-release MAY 25th of this year marks the fifth anniversary of the dropping of all
charges - against the former accused - in the still controversial vehicular
homicide case involving the death of off-duty Toronto bike messenger Darcy
Allan Sheppard.

The long-promised DAS5 documentary, set for global release at this event,
will attempt to explore in depth for the first time, much of the information
- contained in the Toronto Police Service investigation - that was buried
when criminal charges were dropped on May 25, 2010.

Again, the goal here is one of public education as to what actually happened
on Bloor Street the night Sheppard died, and how the unique handling of the
case has left so many Ontarians satisfied with so very different a story.

Additional event details to follow.

.... Location:

Old
May 25 10am-12pm  
DAS5 - DARCY ALLAN SHEPPARD video documentary update
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/das5-darcy-allan-sheppard-video-documentary-update ======== DAS5 - DARCY ALLAN SHEPPARD =========================================

"*/HE WAS CLEARLY NOT SERIOUSLY INJURED AT THAT TIME/.*"

*H&C* *films *presents an in-depth look at this long-promised feature-length
video documentary, which focuses on the often-sensationalized story
surrounding the bizarrely brutal, multiple-collision traffic incident that
took the life of the now infamous off-duty Toronto bike messenger.
The already much-anticipated expose unearths previously unseen exhibits from
the official Toronto Police Service investigative files, and further analyzes
our nation's most controversial vehicular homicide from several variously
data-supported perspectives.
Much of this /new/ information - eyewitness videos, collision scene stills,
TPS diagrams, etc - was initiall
May 25 4pm-7pm  
Tune-up on Dupont
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/tune-dupont So you took your bike out for Bike to Work Day...and noticed your brakes are
weak and your tires are half-flat! No problem -- come swing by Ward 18's
streetside tune-up station and get some air or a brake tweaked! We're
reaching out to say hi to Dupont commuters and let them know what's going on
this year for people on bikes in our neighbourhood. Swing by from 4 to 7 pm!
(Rain date Tuesday, May 26). Photo credit:
http://thehillhub.blogspot.ca/2012/06/bike-pump.html

.... Location:

Sobeys parking lot, 840 Dupont Street, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/505?location=toronto  (Google Map)
May 27 11am-2pm  
Free Bike Clinic Series Launch by Downtown Yonge BIA
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/free-bike-clinic-series-launch-downtown-yonge-bia The Downtown Yonge BIA is launching our free bike clinic series this *May
28th, from 11am-2pm*, in the courtyard of 483 Bay St. (corner of Bay &
Albert).

From June through September, we will be hosting free bi-weekly clinics, from
11am-2pm, in alternating locations. Clinics will occur on the *second
Wednesday of every month at 483 Bay (Bay & Albert) and on the fourth
Wednesday of every month at 777 Bay (Bay & College). *Keep an eye out for the
Downtown Yonge BIA tent and flag!

An experienced mechanic from Charlie's Freewheels will be available to
perform safety checks on your bike and teach you about basic bike maintenance
and repair.

Toronto Public Health and Bike Share Toronto will also be on-site to talk
about their programs and services.

Free food/drink samples pro
May 28 7am-9am  
Biker Breakfast at Rosedale United Church
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/biker-breakfast-rosedale-united-church Come and enjoy breakfast at Rosedale United Church. The bike route is newly
paved (finally) this year. Thanks for riding your bike in our neighbourhood.

.... Location:

159 Roxborough Drive, Toronto, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/552?location=toronto  (Google Map)
May 29 6pm-8pm
(repeats monthly)
 
Critical Mass Toronto
May 30 11am-4pm  
MEC Toronto Bikefest
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/mec-toronto-bikefest [Mountain Equipment Co-op 400 King Street West Toronto, ON Canada See map:
Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=400+King+Street+West%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] MEC Bikefest is a celebration of all things bikes. Kick off the cycling
season with bike demos, clinics, group rides, kids activities, bike
retailers, cycling advocacy groups, tune ups and much much more! Come join us
and make it the best bicycle bash in Toronto.

This free event has something for everyone, so bring the whole family down to
the sweetest cycling celebration of the summer.

Clinics and Rides
Learn key cycling skills from our talented and friendly instructors, or take
a group ride through the city and discover the joy of cycling. Clinics and
rides range from 1.5-2 hours and registration is $5 for clinics and $10 for
rides plus ta  (Google Map)
May 30 11am-5pm  
Books On Bloor
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/books-bloor ======== JOIN US ON THE READING LINE =========================================

We love books and bicycles. 

We have created a Book Ride to share with everyone which will occur along the
length of Bloor Street in Toronto, Ontario.

Begin the Toronto Book Ride with us at 6 Points : Bloor Street
West/Kipling/Islington.  It's an intersection that is undergoing a major
reconfiguration and thus we've invited local politicians and authors who are
writing about Urban Planning.  Meet us at 22 Division 3699 Bloor Street West
at Resurrection Road (an address worthy of a novel).  Don't know how to get
there?  Meet Jun Nogami at Jane & Bloor Fountain, NW corner at 10:15 for a
group ride west to the first Stop & Read location.

See the city from the perspective of two wheels.   You'll feel safe cycling
with us and the l
May 30 11am-4pm  
MEC Toronto Bikefest
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/mec-toronto-bikefest-0 Kick off the cycling season with bike demos, clinics, group rides, kids
activities, bike retailers, cycling advocacy groups, tune ups and much much
more! Come join us and make it the best bicycle bash in Toronto.
This free event has something for everyone, so bring the whole family down to
the sweetest cycling celebration of the summer.

Clinics and Rides
Learn key cycling skills from our talented and friendly instructors, or take
a group ride through the city and discover the joy of cycling. Clinics and
rides range from 1.5-2 hours and registration is $5 for clinics and $10 for
rides plus tax per session.

MEC Bikefest Toronto features activities for cyclists of all skill levels,
including:

- Dozens of bike clinics and seminars
- Bike demos
- Free bicycle safety checks
- Bike valet parking
- Free bas
May 31 11am-12pm  
Never too Old to Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/never-too-old-ride Never too Old to Ride

Whether you a new to cycling or haven't ridden a bike for while, Fitness
expert Leehe Lev (www.wholeself.ca) will show you some exercises to
strengthen your core and improve your balance.
Location: Meet at Conaught circle, exercise demo and skills practice will
take place at Glen Cedar road bridge.
https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Connaught+Cir,+Toronto,+ON+M6C/@43.6892952,-79.4250744,18z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x882b3378785cf8b7:0xf8666101cfc9b717

Leehe Lev is the owner of Whole Self Fitness which provides on-site fitness
training for older adults; services include Pilates, water exercise and
nutritional consulting.

.... Location:

Conaught circle:
https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Connaught+Cir,+Toronto,+ON+M6C/@43.6892952,-79.4250744,18z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x882b3378785cf8b7:0xf8666101cfc9b71
May 31 11:45am-2pm  
Toronto Veggie Parade
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/toronto-veggie-parade Toronto Veggie Parade is celebrating its 6th year and we're inviting our
cyclists friends to take part in the celebration... come out and ring your
bells and blow your horns as you parade from Christie Pits to Kensington via
Bloor and Spadina.  

www.veggieparade.ca

This year we're making a point of reaching out to all those who believe in
making positive choices about your health and the environment to join in on
the fun... this means you my fellow cyclists.

you're invited to participate in the Toronto Veggie Parade. We're seeking
cyclists to join in on the fun and good times of our 6th annual celebration
of all things veg. NO YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE VEG TO JOIN IN :-) We're putting
together a cycling contingent to the event in amongst the floats, marching
bands and south asian drummers, we'll be makin
May 31 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jun 3 7:30am-9am  
Bike Month Breakfast at Hart House
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-month-breakfast-hart-house The Hart House Recreational Athletics Committee will be hosting our Annual
Free Bike Month Breakfast. Come out and enjoy juice, coffee and a cold
breakfast on our tab! Presented by the Hart House Recreational Athletics
Committee (RAC) as part of the Bike Month festivities.

Food and drinks will be available on a first come, first served basis until
the food runs out so get there early!

When: Wed., June 3, 2015 from 7:30-9 am
Cost: Free

.... Location:

7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto, Hart House patio, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/284?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 3 7pm-11pm  
Bike Month Trivia Night & Social
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-month-trivia-night-social Join Cycle Toronto's Wards 19 & 20 Advocacy groups for an evening of bicycle
trivia and fun!  Come meet other bicycle advocates from the west end of
Toronto and beyond!

.... Location:

Handlebar, 159 Augusta Avenue, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/503?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 4 6:30pm-9pm
(repeats monthly)
 
Jun 6 8am-11pm  
100In1Day Toronto
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/100in1day-toronto What if hundreds of people took one small action to improve their city, all
on the same day? 100In1Day is a global festival of civic engagement returning
to Toronto for its second year on June 6, 2015. 100In1Day is the perfect
chance to test a simple, low-cost idea for a better city, stronger community
or more resilient neighbourhood. Share your vision by hosting an urban
intervention on June 6th. Free public workshops are being held where you can
learn more, meet people and develop an actionable idea. Scalable ideas can
apply for a Vital Innovation Award of $10,000. 100in1Day is a project of
United Way Toronto and Evergreen. Learn more and register:
https://toronto.100in1day.ca/

.... Location:

Toronto, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/561?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 6 10am-2pm  
McLeish Orlando's Helmets On Kids
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/mcleish-orlandos-helmets-kids-0 .... Location:

78 Seaforth Ave. Toronto, ON, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/511?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 6 10am-12pm  
Kids and Cargo Bikes
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/kids-and-cargo-bikes Kids and cargo bikes are a great combination. Meet up at 10 am. At 11, there
will be a family bike ride (Kidical Mass) along the West Toronto Railpath,
and back to the Park.  We hope to have a number of cargo bike vendors in
attendance.

.... Location:

Perth Square Park, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/490?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 6 10am-5pm  
Lake to Lake Trail (Simcoe to Ontario) - Toronto Trail
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/lake-lake-trail-simcoe-ontario-toronto-trail A ride to discuss the Lake to Lake Trail (Simcoe to Ontario). We will discuss
the missing gaps and the plans and schedule to close the gap.

.... Location:

Leslie street and Steeles Avenue East, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/547?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 6 10:30am-12:30pm  
Bells on Danforth
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bells-danforth-2 The east end's annual family-friendly celebration of cycling is back for a
fourth edition! Join us at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 6, 2015 for Bells on
Danforth [1], a pedal-powered parade to celebrate cycling. We're turning
things around this year! Starting at Prince Edward Viaduct Park (across from
Castle Frank station), we'll be ringing our bells and riding east along The
Danforth all the way to Danforth Road, where we'll join the party at
Experience Pan Am in Oakridge Park.

See bellsondanforth.ca [2] for more information. You can also follow us on
Twitter [3].

.... Location:

Prince Edward Viaduct Park, across from Castle Frank station, Toronto 
.... Original Link [4]


[1] http://bellsondanforth.ca/
[2] http://bellsondanforth.ca/
[3] https://twitter.com/bellsondanforth
[4] http://bikemonth.ca/events  (Google Map)
Jun 6 11am-7pm  
ECO-WHEELS SHOW 2015 presented by CAA South Central Ontario
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/eco-wheels-show-2015-presented-caa-south-central-ontario Visit Toronto's annual *ECO-WHEELS SHOW*.  Come "*/Look, Touch, Ride/ *"
eco-friendly transportation.  Featuring pedal/electric bicycles,
hybrid/electric automobiles, scooters and motorcycles and other related
eco-transportation and infrastructure initiatives.

*Be part of building an eco-community in Toronto!*

*Saturday June 21, 2014 from 11 am to 7 pm at Mel Lastman Square*

.... Location:

Mel Lastman Square, 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/574?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 7 7:30am-8pm  
Century Ride from Agincourt to Kawartha Lakes
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/century-ride-agincourt-kawartha-lakes -------- AGINCOURT TO KAWARTHA LAKES CENTURY ---------------------------------

.... Distances:                215 km, 160 km & 133 km
Ride classification: Advanced Tourist/Sportif

Note early start time! 7:30 a.m.

What would the late spring be without a super long-distance century ride!
(Really a"/brevets des randonneurs/.") A great tune-up event for those
thinking about doing the ultimate double-century, the "TNT Hairshirt" in a
few weeks. This century is not quite as ambitious, coming in about 110 km
shorter than the Hairshirt. The full ride goes all the way to Lindsay, in the
Kawartha Lakes region. Shorter rides go to Port Perry. Physical endurance is
needed, but rides around some scenic lakes and countryside should help you
along. Please bring a helmet (mandatory). It's fre
Jun 7 10am-11:30am  
North Toronto Group Bike Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/north-toronto-group-bike-ride This ride will take place at 10am on June 7th, 2015, and will proceed
rain-or-shine.

Come and celebrate *Bike Month* in *North Toronto* by participating in a fun
mid-morning *group ride*. This event begins and ends just outside of the N
*orth Toronto Memorial Arena*. The ride is a *10km loop* including local
trails and quiet neighbourhood streets. This is a *family friendly* event and
is open to *riders of all ages* who are comfortable doing 10km. The pace will
be slow enough to accommodate all riders and we will take brief water breaks
along the route. It is recommended to bring a *helmet *and water *bottle.*

*Safety* is the top priority. The ride will have a dedicated *leader* and
*sweep*. The route has been carefully selected to maximize safety. All major
roadways will be crossed at intersect
Jun 7 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jun 8 - Aug 31 2pm-7pm  
Bike Works Learn to Bike Lessons
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-works-learn-bike-lessons Bike Works wants you to get riding! Learn to ride a bike at your own pace and
in a safe and encouraging environment. Our skilled instructor will help you
get moving, whether you’ve never ridden before or you’re just looking to
brush up on the foundations of riding a bicycle.

*Age Groups*
6–9, 10–15 and 15+

*Sessions*
Mondays, June 8–29, July 5–27, August 10–31

*Cost *
$60 for 4 lessons

*Location*
Bike Works, Evergreen Brick Works
550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

To register visit *evergreen.ca/whats-on/event-details/10094*

.... Location:

550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/212?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 9 6pm-8pm  
Bike Works Bike Repair Workshops
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-works-bike-repair-workshops 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!Over the course of four hands-on workshops, Bike Repair Basics will
teach you the skills to maintain and repair your own bike—from patching a
tube to troubleshooting and replacing your gears and brakes. No prior
mechanical knowledge is necessary.

*What You Will Learn
Bike Anatomy and Proper Tool Use *
Gain an understanding around the basic anatomy and mechanical systems that
make up a bike. This knowledge is a foundation for understanding how your
bike works and how to fix it. Participants will also learn about proper tool
use and safety precautions

*Fixing a Flat | Rims, Tires, and Tubes*
Learn how to fix a flat tire and the mechanical make-up of you
Jun 10 11am-2pm  
Summer Bike Clinic Series by Downtown Yonge BIA (#2)
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/summer-bike-clinic-series-downtown-yonge-bia-2 From June through September, we will be hosting free bi-weekly clinics, from
11am-2pm, in alternating locations. Clinics will occur on the *second
Wednesday of every month at 483 Bay (Bay & Albert) and on the fourth
Wednesday of every month at 777 Bay (Bay & College). *Keep an eye out for the
Downtown Yonge BIA tent and flag!

An experienced mechanic from Charlie's Freewheels will be available to
perform safety checks on your bike and teach you about basic bike maintenance
and repair.

Toronto Public Health and Bike Share Toronto will also be on-site to talk
about their programs and services.

Free food/drink samples provided. Join us!

.... Location:

483 Bay Street, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/568?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 11 7am-9am  
The Polka Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/polka-ride Back for a second year, the Polka Ride celebrates the Polish flavor of the
Roncesvalles area of Ward 14.  Polkas will be playing while we ride, and
participants are invited to wear polka dot clothing.  At the end of the ride
we will gather at the Intersteer tavern on Roncesvalles, which offers Polish
delicacies, as well as other foods.  There will be an accordion band for
entertainment.  All are welcome!

.... Location:

Dufferin Grove Park, Roncesvalles, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/492?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 13 10:30am-12:30pm  
Kensington Market's Garden CARavan
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/kensington-markets-garden-caravan Ever wonder what happened to the original Kensington Market Garden Car? Find
out as we travel by bike from the new garden car in Kensington Market to the
old car, which in 2012 was "put out to pasture" in Lawrence Heights at one of
PACT Grow-to-Learn's schoolyard gardens! Learn a quick, safe and easy route
to get uptown and enjoy a discussion on local food and environmental politics
while exploring one of Toronto's largest organic urban gardens. And stick
around for a pizza lunch from our student-built cobb oven on site!

.... Location:

SW corner Augusta Ave. at Oxford St., Kensington Market 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/563?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 13 1pm-3pm  
3rd Annual Custard Tart Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/3rd-annual-custard-tart-ride Meet at  1 pm at the Brazil Bakery, 1554 Dundas Street West at Sheridan
(near Dufferin) for the third annual Custard Tart Ride! We'll sample the best
offerings of Little Portugal's bakeries along the route, so bring your
appetite! Family-friendly event!

.... Location:

1554 Dundas Street West, Brazil Bakery, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/506?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 13 2pm-4pm  
Cycle Toronto Safe Cycling Workshop
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/cycle-toronto-safe-cycling-workshop Tired of commuting with others on the TTC? Fed up of getting stuck in
traffic? Looking to save some money on the costs of parking and insurance?
Get on a bicycle and beat the gridlock! But first, attend Cycle Toronto's
interactive workshop and gain new safety strategies to keep yourself and
others safe.

Topics: - Basic road rules & safe riding techniques - How to "size" your bike
to prevent pain and injury - Laws and fines that govern cyclists and
motorists - How to share the road with others and how to cycle defensively/
assertively - What to do case of a collision

Space is limited. Contact 416-393-7746 or email:
lillianprograms@torontopubliclibrary.ca to register.

.... Location:

Lillian H. Smith Branch, 239 College St., Toronto, M5T 1R5, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http  (Google Map)
Jun 14 11am-4pm  
Canada Africa Partnership Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/canada-africa-partnership-ride We choose the bike as a solidarity act. The bicycle for many communities we
partner with is an important tool in providing health care and services to
under-serviced communities. This June you can use your bike to help fight
HIV&AIDS and support community work in Africa by taking part in the Canada
Africa Partnership Ride. Visit www.CanadaAfricaPartnershipRide.ca for
information on programs and partners visit us at www.capaids.org. Put a team
together or register as an individual.

Our partners have trained and sensitized more than 23,000 youth, women and
communities on HIV/AIDS. More than 300 Aids orphans have been placed in
caring local families, mother to child transmission has been significantly
reduced and much more. The ride has raised over $280,000 over the years to
support multiple partn
Jun 14 11am-2:30pm  
Bayview Bike Bonanza
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bayview-bike-bonanza The first ever group ride along Bayview, from Lawrence to River, ending at
Riverdale Farm. Join us at 11:00am on Sunday, June 14 as we ride from Yonge
along Lawrence, then south on Bayview. The ride is to celebrate the joy of
cycling, to promote the visibility in this area of the city, and to highlight
safety and accessibility concerns along the way.

.... Location:

Locke Library, South of Locke Library, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/558?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 14 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jun 15-16 8pm  
A2A: Ride from the Arctic to Antarctica for Alzheimer's Research
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/a2a-ride-arctic-antarctica-alzheimers-research I realize that many meritorious fund raising walking, running and cycling
events come to your attention.

Nevertheless, if you have been in any way touched by this relentless disease
through family, friends or acquaintances I invite and seek your sponsorship
for this effort to add to the Alzheimer's Society research program. All
donations large and small are appreciated but for those mathematically
inclined 1 cent/km = $200 in research support. For my many past OPG
colleagues and present retirees who sponsored my Big Brother bowlathon
efforts over many years I renew my challenge - I will personally match the
largest donation.

To make a secure online donation and receive an e-tax receipt just click the
Donate Now button below, or, if you prefer, send a cheque made payable to the
Jun 17 6pm-9pm
(repeats monthly)
 
Green Drinks Toronto
Jun 20 7am-6pm  
Cycle For Sight Toronto
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/cycle-sight-toronto-1 Cycle for Sight is a fully supported, one-day cycling event that will take
place in four cities across Canada in 2015 in support of the Foundation
Fighting Blindness. Whether you’re a cycling enthusiast or leisure rider,
riding a single or tandem bike, Cycle for Sight will be the perfect one-day
ride! We offer different distance options to challenge your cycling skills,
free training before Ride Day, en route mechanical and EMS support, multiple
rest stops with food and drinks along the way and fabulous food and beverages
at the Finish Line Party! REGISTER TODAY! www.cycleforsight.ca or call us at
416 360 4200 or 1 800 461 3331

.... Location:

1000 Murray Ross Parkway, Parking lot, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/551?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 20 8am-6pm  
Cycle for Sight Toronto
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/cycle-sight-toronto-0 Cycle for Sight is a fully supported, one-day cycling event in support of the
Foundation Fighting Blindness. Whether you’re a cycling enthusiast or
leisure rider, riding a single or tandem bike, Cycle for Sight will be the
perfect one-day ride! We offer different distance options from two start
locations - 75km, 85km, 150km and 160km -  free training before Ride Day, en
route mechanical and EMS support, multiple rest stops with food and drinks
along the way and fabulous food and beverages at the Finish Line Party!
REGISTER TODAY at cycleforsight.ca 

.... Location:

Black Creek Pioneer Village 1000 Murray Ross Parkway Toronto, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/504?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 20 10:30am-12:30pm  
Don Valley Bicycle Tour with Heritage Toronto
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/don-valley-bicycle-tour-heritage-toronto THE DON VALLEY: FROM TODMORDEN MILLS TO LAKE ONTARIO BICYCLE TOUR

Join Jennifer Bonnell, a historian of the Don Valley, to explore the rich
human and natural history of one of Toronto's great rivers. Hear the stories
of its uses by Aboriginal peoples, the industrial development of the river
that led to its straightening in the 1890s, and its history as a place of
refuge for the homeless.

.... Location:

Todmorden Mills & Bayview , Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/502?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 20 11am-1pm  
Books & Bikes
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/books-bikes We are celebrating Bike Month with a special event.

Learn about Toronto in Literature: Neighbourhood Book Lists for Kensington
Market and Chinatown.

Meet writer and cycling advocate Yvonne Bambrick, author of the Urban Cycling
Survival Guide : Need-to-Know Skills and Strategies for City Biking.

Join us afterwards for a community bike ride through the Kensington Market
neighbourhood.

.... Location:

Lillian H. Smith Branch, 239 College, Toronto, M5T 1R1, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/564?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 20 1pm-3pm  
Bike the East Finch Hydro Corridor w/ Bike North York
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/bike-east-finch-hydro-corridor-w-bike-north-york Will bike the Finch Hydro Corridor east from Yonge St. We will cycle the
newly paved sections that take us all the way east to the East Don Trail
System. We will take this system north to Steeles Ave. and may head north for
Steeles for a kilometre. We will head back to the Finch subway station.

While the route is largely flat, will be going into the Don Valley. Imagine
you are riding in the Tour Du France, climbing the Pyrenees Mountains, as you
ride the twelve switchbacks up out of the Valley! 

The ride will be around 10 kilometres. Depending on the skill level of the
riders who show up, it may be slightly shorter or longer.

Remember to arrive by 1 pm. for the raffle. Our raffle prizes make the event
worthwhile all on there own. I hope to have a $50 Gift Certificate from a
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Jun 20 4pm-11pm  
NxNE at Yonge-Dundas Square: Bike Valet powered by Downtown Yonge BIA and
MailChimp (Day 1)
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/nxne-yonge-dundas-square-bike-valet-powered-downtown-yonge-bia-and-mailchimp-day-1 Are you going to a NxNE show at Yonge & Dundas Square? Park your bike with
Bike Valet powered by the Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area and
MailChimp! Bike Valet is a free bike parking service operated by Cycle
Toronto, just like a coat check for bikes.

Look for the bright orange Cycle Toronto tent in the laneway located on the
south side of Dundas St. West, in between Yonge and Bay, just a two minute
walk from Dundas Square.

.... Location:

55 Dundas Street West, Laneway on the south side of Dundas St. West, between
Yonge and Bay, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/572?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 21 1pm-3pm  
Newcomer Bike Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/newcomer-bike-ride Cycle Toronto Ward 18 is partnering with CultureLink and Toronto BikeShare to
create a welcoming ride for newcomers to Toronto and newbies to riding a
bike! We'll review some basics like safety, hand signals, and some essential
rules of the road. Then we'll stick together at an easy pace along the West
Toronto Railpath and some quiet side streets. We'll provide BikeShare bikes
(TBC) for those who want to use them. Bring friends and family and take the
plunge together! [Photo credit: Geoff Bercarich]

.... Location:

Dundas and Sterling (Railpath entrance) - TBC, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/507?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 21 4pm-11pm  
NxNE at Yonge-Dundas Square: Bike Valet powered by Downtown Yonge BIA and
MailChimp (Day 2)
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/nxne-yonge-dundas-square-bike-valet-powered-downtown-yonge-bia-and-mailchimp-day-2 Are you going to a NxNE show at Yonge & Dundas Square? Park your bike with
Bike Valet powered by the Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area and
MailChimp! Bike Valet is a free bike parking service operated by Cycle
Toronto, just like a coat check for bikes.

Look for the bright orange Cycle Toronto tent in the laneway located on the
south side of Dundas St. West, in between Yonge and Bay, just a two minute
walk from Dundas Square.

.... Location:

55 Dundas Street West, Laneway on the south side of Dundas St. West, between
Yonge and Bay, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/573?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 21 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jun 24 11am-2pm  
Summer Bike Clinic Series by Downtown Yonge BIA (#3)
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/summer-bike-clinic-series-downtown-yonge-bia-3 From June through September, we will be hosting free bi-weekly clinics, from
11am-2pm, in alternating locations. Clinics will occur on the *second
Wednesday of every month at 483 Bay (Bay & Albert) and on the fourth
Wednesday of every month at 777 Bay (Bay & College). *Keep an eye out for the
Downtown Yonge BIA tent and flag!

An experienced mechanic from Charlie's Freewheels will be available to
perform safety checks on your bike and teach you about basic bike maintenance
and repair.

Toronto Public Health and Bike Share Toronto will also be on-site to talk
about their programs and services.

Free food/drink samples provided. Join us!

.... Location:

777 Bay Street, Toronto 
.... Original Link [1]


[1] http://bikemonth.ca/events/571?location=toronto  (Google Map)
Jun 26 6pm-8pm
(repeats monthly)
 
Critical Mass Toronto
Jun 28 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jul 2 6:30pm-9pm
(repeats monthly)
 
Jul 5 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jul 12 6pm-7pm
(repeats weekly)
 
Meet up Cycle Training Ride
http://www.bikeevents.to/event/meet-cycle-training-ride [Coronation Park - base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at 6:10pm SHARP
Strachan Toronto, ON Canada See map: Google Maps [1]

[1] http://maps.google.ca?q=Strachan+%2C+Toronto%2C+ON%2C+%2C+ca] Come ride with MEC!!!

Rides are open to all cyclists with ROAD BIKES.

You must Sign up at: http://ow.ly/N9D7T [1]

We'll meet at Coronation Park at the base of Strachan at 6:00pm and leave at
6:10pm SHARP!!!

The ride will go for 1 hour and riders must be able to maintain a speed of
25km/h for the duration.

Rider Requirements:

- Our rides are unsupported and therefore you must be prepared to deal with
any minor mechanical that may occur, such as a flat tire. Make sure your bike
is in proper working order well before the ride. If you're not sure bring it
in for a safety inspection during regular store hours. Our  (Google Map)
Jul 15 6pm-9pm
(repeats monthly)
 
Green Drinks Toronto

 

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