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Celebrate Bike Month in Mississauga: Pedaling Towards a Healthier and Greener Future

Mississauga – As June dawns upon us, so does an exciting celebration of cycling in the heart of Mississauga. With the city commemorating its 50th anniversary, Bike Month kicks off as a vibrant ode to pedal power, promoting health, community, and sustainability.

Throughout the month, Mississauga will be a hub of cycling activity, offering a diverse range of events and initiatives for residents of all ages and skill levels.

One highlight of Bike Month is the series of Fix-it Events, where cyclists can have their bikes checked by mechanics for free. These sessions, featuring basic maintenance checks and repair services, will take place at various parks and community centers across the city.

For those eager to explore Mississauga’s neighborhoods on two wheels, Community Rides provide guided group bike tours. Whether it’s a leisurely jaunt or a challenging route, these rides offer an opportunity to experience the city’s cycling infrastructure and connect with fellow enthusiasts.

Safety takes center stage with engaging Cycling Safety Workshops, catering to both children and adults. From honing skills at the Skills and Drills Circuit to learning bike maintenance tips at the Gear Up and Get Rolling workshop, participants can enhance their cycling know-how while having fun.

Education meets action with the Bike to School initiative, encouraging students to embrace active transportation. By pedaling to school, young riders not only improve their fitness but also contribute to a greener environment by reducing carbon emissions.

In the spirit of Mississauga’s milestone anniversary, residents are invited to take part in the 50 for 50 Challenge. Whether it’s biking 50 kilometers or 50 minutes, participants can showcase their commitment to cycling and environmental stewardship.

Safety reminders echo throughout Bike Month, emphasizing the importance of Cycling Etiquette and Road Rules. By following these guidelines and wearing helmets, cyclists can ensure a safe and enjoyable riding experience for all.

As cyclists gear up to explore Mississauga’s scenic trails, the city’s cycling map serves as a valuable resource, guiding riders to picturesque routes like the Etobicoke Creek Trail and the Lakefront Promenade Waterfront Trail.

For more information on Bike Month events and cycling safety tips, visit City of Mississauga’s website.

As the sun rises on June, let’s embrace the joy of cycling and embark on a journey towards a healthier, happier, and more eco-conscious Mississauga.


Kelly Deschamps is the dedicated City Hall Reporter, bringing forth the pulse of municipal affairs with precision and clarity. With an astute eye for detail and a passion for uncovering the stories that shape urban life, Deschamps delivers comprehensive coverage of local governance. For inquiries or feedback, contact Kelly at

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