Bike Winnipeg invites you to attend one of two public information sessions exploring the potential for a Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge over the Red River connecting Scotia Street (near Rupertsland) to Kildonan Drive (Bronx Pl.). The City of Winnipeg’s Pedestrian & Cycling Strategy calls for a dense, connected bicycle network to be developed over the next 20 years that will provide direct routes to key destinations.
It is mid-summer, the biking is good, but imagine how much better it could be! Support Bike Winnipeg; buy a membership for $20 and/or donate. We need support from hundreds of cyclists to be at City Hall all the time coaching councillors and staff on how to make Winnipeg more bike friendly.
BW has been granted intervenor status in the MPI rate hearing before the Public Utilities Board this fall. We intend to argue that MPI should: • Allocate a larger budget to road safety in general • Create programs to change driver behaviours that are dangerous to cyclists • Do a better job of collecting, analysing, and acting on data about accidents which injure or
Bike Winnipeg presents rollicking folk-rock artist Rory Verbrugge & The Ruckus with special guest William Prince in a fundraising concert taking place on Saturday, October 1st at the West End Cultural Centre. Doors 7:15 | Show 8:00 Tickets $15 Advance | $20 Door Available at: ticketfly.com, the West End Cultural Centre, Into the Music and Music Trader Armed with a rich, rootsy sound, Rory
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