With today’s announcement that Manitoba’s public health officials will be elevating the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System level for the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region to Restricted (orange) effective Sept. 28, we have decided to cancel all remaining rides for 2020 to maintain the safety of our staff, volunteers, patrons, and community.
Join us on a casual ride from the U of M to The Forks introducing you to a number of low stress bike routes leading to the U of M’s Fort Garry Campus.
Our friends at the Green Actin Centre have an exciting new project that they are piloting at Isaac Brock School in Winnipeg, and we are hoping to recruit a few volunteers to help them evaluate the project. We are looking for a number of volunteers who would be willing to conduct one hour traffic counts in the area around Isaac Brock School (see catchment
The City of Winnipeg has opened up public engagement for it’s St. Boniface to Downtown Walk/Bike Project. We’re asking you to fill in a survey and provide input through a mapping tool for the project that we’ll will link to below, but first we want to provide some background information and recommendations we have for the project. This study will identify options to improve
The 30th of every month is a day for communities to come together and raise their voices to advocate for safer speeds in Winnipeg. Durdana Islam, the organizer for Love 30 on 30 for Waverley says that safer speeds are something worth fighting for, “This is something we need to fight for and raise our voice for. We need our community to come together
Hello Everyone! We are currently seeking volunteers to be volunteer sign coordinators. These volunteers will be responsible for delivering #Love30on30 lawn signs around the city. Hours will be based on the time availability of the volunteer. Please contact us if you are interested!
Three years ago Leigh Anne Parry, the Plain Bicycle Project Manager and Anders Swanson, the Winnipeg Trails Association Executive Director, were in the Netherlands for a winter biking conference and had a vision for a culture shift in Winnipeg. “When we were in the Netherlands for a conference, we noticed that 90% of people were riding Dutch bikes. When we thought about where you
Inspired by the San Francisco Giants, David Wieser knew he had to find a way for Winnipeggers to safely bike to public events. In 2009, Wieser made a phone call to the San Francisco Bike Coalition about the bike valet they had set up for baseball fans to park their bikes during Giants games. With a vision for what could be in Winnipeg, Wieser
If you haven’t had the chance to join us for a Pedal into History bike tour yet there are still more opportunities to register for one of these fund and informing rides! Curator of Seven Oaks House Museum, Eric Napier Strong, has drawn deeply on his historical expertise to develop this series of rides exploring different areas of Manitoba’s early history. Ride participants are
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,