You love your bike, but love riding it even more. The 3rd Annual Bike Week Winnipeg Celebration starts this Saturday June 18th, with events throughout the city, so its time to let that love shine through once again! Bike Winnipeg will be hosting a number or rides with our partners this week, and would love to have you and your friends/family along for the
Bike out to FortWhyte Alive for a full day of family fun at their 50th anniversary party, with live entertainment, environmental workshops and exciting outdoor activities. Help celebrate the planet with lessons in sustainability, special programming at FortWhyte Farms and a chance to explore the site at no cost – admission is free all day! For a full list of activities, visit FortWhyte Alive’s website.
Background On April 8 2016, Winnipeg Trails, as part of a group of organizations with an interest in healthy, sustainable transportation, sent a three-part questionnaire to all parties vying for votes in Manitoba’s provincial election. The questionnaire asked important policy questions related to road safety, children’s mobility and transportation policy. All parties had 7 days to respond. Three responses were received by the deadline.
Every piece tells a story. Learn all about public artwork in Winnipeg: where it is, why it’s there, and what it means. Some works are fun, colourful and interactive, and others will encourage quiet contemplation. Bike Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Arts Council have teamed up to present 5 ArtRides over the summer and fall that will take you to all corners of the city. Join
The City of Winnipeg will be rehabilitating a segment of Pembina Highway between Confusion Corner and Grant Avenue in the coming years, which will allow for the addition of buffered bike lanes along with the rehabilitation of travel lanes and sidewalks. We see this as a positive step that will benefit all users of Pembina Highway, especially those of us who ride (or would
In September 2015, the City of Winnipeg initiated a public engagement process to receive input on the West Alexander Pedestrian and Cycling Corridor. Feedback received during this process has been incorporated into the design options for an east-west pedestrian and cycling connection through the West Alexander neighbourhood. Visit one of two pop-up engagement events (or online) to view the options that have been designed