Bike Winnipeg is seeking individuals for employment over the summer to help us achieve our vision of a city where every road is safe for cycling, all bike paths are connected, and riding a bike is normal and always fun.
– Web Developer
– Volunteer Coordinator
– Event Planner
– Communications Strategist
Remuneration: $18.00/hour, 35 hours/week, 8 weeks.
Application Deadline is June 30th 12:00pm (noon) Central.
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Whether you’ve been riding your bike through winter or are just pulling it out of storage now, chances are your bike could use a tune-up. As an essential service, our local bike shops are generally open, and are more than happy to help you get your bike running like new. We urge you to support your local bike shops through these challenging times. Of
During these extraordinary times, the health and safety, and well-being of you, our staff, our volunteers, and the community in general is our top priority. To that end, we are following the advice of health authorities and government and postponing all in person events until the end of May. We will continue to the monitor the situation and resume our normal activities once the
Show your love for biking this Friday, February 14th – Winter Bike to Work Day. People from all over the world will be hoping on their bikes to celebrate the joy of a winter ride, and there will be plenty of ways for you to join in on the fun here in Winnipeg! Bike Winnipeg Pit Stop Drop by our Bike Winnipeg pit stop
The City has published a “recommended design” for the Wolseley to Downtown Walk/Bike Project, and is seeking public input through an online survey (open until Feb. 9) and an open house January 29th 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Westminster United Church (745 Westminster Ave). This is an important project for cyclists and pedestrians, please be sure to look at the plans and
Sure, high river levels and an awkward freeze-up along the rivers have thrown us a bit of a curve ball when it comes to river trails this year. But that hasn’t stopped us from celebrating winter! We are pleased to be teaming up with The Forks Big Bike Chill and Sputnik Architecture once again for a chance to hop on our bikes and discover
We are excited to announce that as a part of our efforts to reach out into the community, we will be developing a number of Local Bike Groups tasked with engaging community members and local stakeholders in the refinement of our plans for the city’s bike network, as a resource to help us fulfill our role as a stakeholder in various city projects related
The Pedestrian and Cycling strategies call for bikeways along Westminster/Young/Balmoral/Granite Way from Dominion to Osborne, and along Wolseley from Omands Creek to Furby. The Wolseley neighbourhood has embraced some of the highest levels of sustainable transportation seen in the city. Residents of the West Broadway neighbourhood have some of the lowest car ownership rates in the city. The residents of these neighbourhoods, and the
This Saturday, May 25th, hop on your bike and explore Winnipeg’s distinct spaces, outstanding architecture and vibrant history with Bike Winnipeg! This casually paced group ride will connect you to a number of free bicycle valet hubs strategically located within a short walk of several featured Doors Open Winnipeg buildings. Park your bike securely with us as you explore the buildings. Group rides will
Excellent video that illustrates the safety concerns of cyclists using the road, and how the bicyclist’s position on the roadway can dramatically increase or decrease the most common crash types. Designed for training traffic police officers. Law Enforcement: Understanding Cyclists’ Position on the Roadway from CyclingSavvy on Vimeo.