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Come explore Winnipeg by bike!

Bike Winnipeg is offering a number of guided bike tours between April and October in 2018. These 1.5-3 hour tours will be interpreted by lively and knowledgeable experts and guided through the city by ride marshals to help ensure your comfort and safety. All tours travel at a leisurely pace with plenty of stops along the way.

We offer a mix of free and paid rides, however all rides require registration. Space on the rides is limited, so register early to reserve your spot!

Saturday Sept 8th – ManyFest ArtRide
FREE Art Ride with Winnipeg Arts Council & Bike Winnipeg
7:30pm – 9:30pm — Click here to register

Saturday September 29th – Nuit Blanche ArtRide
FREE Art Ride with the Winnipeg Arts Council & Bike Winnipeg
6:30pm – 8:30pm — Click here to register

Sunday, October 14th – Pedal Powered GHOST TOUR
Cost: $20
7pm – 9pm — Click here to buy your ticket!
Based on the popular Winnipeg Ghost Walk Tours, Bike Winnipeg has paired up with local historian Eric Napier-Strong for a two-wheeled tour of the city that promises to put more than just a little bit of fright into your night.

 


 


PAST RIDES – SUMMER 2018

Monday June 18 – Infrastructure Ride
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Start/End Location: Old Market Square
Cost: $15 ($10 for members)

Thursday June 21st – Green Building Ride
Time: 6:15pm

June 23rd – Ride the Red Historic Bike Tour

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Eric Napier Strong of Seven Oaks House Museum is our guide for the Ride the Red

Historic Bike Tour, sharing Winnipeg’s early history as we follow one of the city’s most scenic rides along the Red River. The tour will help you better understand

  • Early European (French/Scottish/English) settlement
  • Indigenous/settle/Metis cultural exchanges and interactions
  • The importance of the Red River and the effects of the of flooding (particularly 1825 & 1852) on early historic sites
  • Fur trade associated political struggles and the Pemmican War waged between the North-West Company and the Hudson’s Bay Company
  • The political birth of Manitoba
  • The evolution of Red River style architecture/construction

Date: Saturday, June 23rd
Time: 10 am – 12 noon
Start/End Location: Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum (494 Tache Ave)
Cost: $20 non-members/$15 members

June 24th – Ciclovia ArtRide

Join Bike Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Arts Council on an informative ride and get to know the artwork that punctuates and brightens your city!

Date: Sunday, June 24th
Time: 1:30pm
Start/End Location: Ciclovia BBQ at The Forks
Cost: Free

Thursday June 28th Singles Bike Ride: Hosted by Lindsay Somers
Time: 7pm
Start/End Location: Assiniboine Park

July 14th – ArtRide (Maples North)

Join Bike Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Arts Council on an informative ride and get to know the artwork that punctuates and brightens your city!

Date: Saturday, July 14th
Time: 6:30 pm
Cost: Free

July 21st – Garden Tour

Ride with us on as we tour through a selection of this year’s Manitoba Master Gardener Association’s Annual Garden Tour of Winnipeg area gardens.  Over the course of this 3 hour tour, you’ll have a chance to drop in at a number of South Winnipeg area gardens where knowledgeable Master Gardeners and Master Gardeners in Training will be available to answer your questions and provide advice for any problems you may be having with your garden. In between the gardens we’ll be riding at a casual pace along some of the city’s most pleasant bike routes.

Date: Saturday, July 21st
Time: 10 am – 1pm
Cost: $20 non-members/$15 members

August 11th – ArtRide

Join Bike Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Arts Council on an informative ride and get to know the artwork that punctuates and brightens your city!

Date: Saturday, August 11th
Time: 9:30 am
Cost: Free