Bike Winnipeg has responded to Councillor Browaty telling him that, if it looks like most people who ride bikes in Winnipeg during the winter are hard core cyclists, this is a consequence of the lack of snow clearing on bike routes. Many patches of ice and mounds of snow in critical places on the bike lanes create unsafe conditions for anyone but the strongest
For a lot of people, sustainable transportation means biking. Do you ride through Manitoba’s harsh winter? Are you curious what riding through the winter is like? Join the UWSA Bike Lab for a screening of the locally produced documentary “Winter Bike” to connect with fellow winter cyclists and learn what winter biking in Manitoba is all about. For more information : Winter Bike Poster
There’s little snow on the ground — and even less of it after this weekend’s warm temperatures — but a winter cycling forum at the University of Manitoba will delve into everything you need to know about the seasonal sport. The free information session on December 8 is being put on by the U of M’s Office of Sustainability, and invites both seasoned veterans and beginners to come
Are you having difficulty cycling on the bike lanes and bike paths in Winnipeg because of poor snow clearing? Please send us pictures & descriptions of bike routes blocked by snow to https://www.facebook.com/BikeWinnipeg or firstname.lastname@example.org . We need your input ASAP to show the City and the media the extent of the problem. Be sure to send a copy to email@example.com. Let’s get these maintenance
Green Action Centre and Bike Winnipeg invite you to join us for a local viewing of the APBP webinar Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking.