Call for Board of Directors Members

The board of Bike Winnipeg is seeking volunteers to fill vacancies at our up-coming AGM, August 11th 2020. The board is a working board which oversees the activities of the following committees:Advocacy (& Local Bike Groups)FundraisingOutreach We are seeking board members who are passionate about seeing More People Biking More Often in Winnipeg. Skills in the following areas are desirable, but not necessarily required:Proficiency

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Notice of Bike Winnipeg AGM

Bike Winnipeg will be holding our rescheduled Annual General Meeting Tuesday, August 11th, 2020 as an online event, and we are hoping that you can participate with us.Date: Tuesday, August 11thStart Time: 7 pmEnd Time: 9 pmWhere: Webinar – please RSVPAs we continue to work our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to reschedule our Annual General Meeting to an online event

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Group Rides and Covid-19

With Covid-19 restrictions on gatherings lifting, we are happy to announce that Bike Winnipeg will be rebooting our spring/summer/fall rides programs. To help ensure the safety of our ride participants, volunteers, and staff, we will be adhering to social distancing protocol and we ask that everyone maintain a 2m distance between each other at stops and while riding. Sites have been selected to ensure

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Pedal into History rides

If you didn’t get the chance to join us a couple of weeks ago for our Manitoba 150 bike tour there are still two opportunities to come! The curator of Seven Oaks House Museum, Eric Napier Strong will be our guide and will provide some insight into the history of our beautiful province. We will take us through the history before we became a

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Love 30 on 30

The quest for changing the residential default speed limit to 30 km/h has been in the works for a long time, Love 30 on 30 is an event on the 30th of every month to celebrate what that change could look like in the community. Jenny Sawatzky a team member of Winnipeg Trails Association says there’s a big difference between 30 km/h and 50km/h,

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Happier Henderson Exposition

Saturday afternoon Henderson Highway turned into a one-lane road to show an image of what could be in the Elmwood neighborhood. Michel Durand-Wood, co-chair of the Glen-Elm neighbourhood association says that they’re trying to make the road more accessible for everyone, “It’s a one day trial to see how we can make it more pleasant for the people on foot, on bike, with a

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Embracing Biking in Winnipeg

Our Vision

A city where cycling is embraced as the preferred mode of transportation, where cycling is integrated into urban design and planning, and where Winnipeg is recognized as a leader in cycling infrastructure and programs.

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