Events Schedule

With 2019 now wrapped up it time to start looking towards 2020 and making Bike Week even bigger and better. We would love to have even more events and activities for 2020 so if you have interest in hosting a bike related event please let us know. You can find more information on hosting an event here.

Bike Week 2020 will again kick it off with Bike to Work Day on the Monday and end with our Bike Week celebration at The Forks on Sunday, June 21st. In between there will be bike events for everyone that rides. Check out the events from 2019 below and give some thought as to events of activities you ight like to see or help make happen in 2020.

Event Schedule 2019

Click on any of the days below to jump to that day’s events.

Monday, June 17 | Tuesday, June 18 | Wednesday, June 19 | Thursday, June 20| Friday, June 21 | Saturday, June 22 | Sunday, June 23

Get Ready for Bike Week events

Wednesday June 5th - Clean Air Day with Green Action Centre - 6:45 - 9:15 am

Join the Green Action Centre team during your morning commute to help us celebrate Clean Air Day (part of the Commuter Challenge). They will be set up on the Legislative Building grounds right by the Osborne Bridge with fresh coffee, treats and lots of information about the Commuter Challenge . Bike Week Winnipeg will be there as well to bring up to date on everything that is happening later in the month.

Bike Valet Winnipeg will be there to watch your ride while you enjoy a coffee or snack and find out all about that the rest of the Commuter Challenge week has in store. Make sure to bring your travel mug and reusable water bottle.

More info at https://greenactioncentre.ca/event/clean-air-day-at-the-bridge-2019/

Sunday, June 9th- Bike Week Media Launch & The Fam Jam: West Broadway-Wolseley Family Bike/Wheel Jam 12-3pm
Bike Week Media Launch & The Fam Jam: West Broadway-Wolseley Family Bike/Wheel Jam
 
This year we are launching Bike Week at the West Broadway-Wolseley Fam Jam Wheel Jam on Sunday June 9th, 12-3pm.
 
All are welcome to join. Families participate in an activity-filled afternoon from 12-2 pm including a free BBQ, the opening of the West Broadway Bike Park, MPI Bike Rodeo, bike obstacle courses led by The Flaming Cheetahs, a WRENCH Bike Bazaar and The Fam Jam group bike ride from 2-3 pm.
 
For more information visit our event page. 
 
We also need volunteers!
 
There are various volunteer positions available from 11:00-4:00, such as BBQ & food crew, bike decorating station, The WRENCH’s Buy, Swap and Fix Bike Bazaar, assisting youth on the obstacle courses, Green Action Centre’s bike blender smoothie station and enviro crew.
 
Those who are interested in volunteering one/two hour(s) of their time are encouraged to email Green Action Centre at heather@greenactioncentre.ca.
Sunday, June 9th- The WRENCH's West Broadway Bike Bazaar - 12 noon start

Whether you want to buy a bike, swap a kids bike and fix your bike, this is the place to be. The Winnipeg Repair Education and Cycling Hub (WRENCH) will be at West Broadway Neighbourhood Center with their annual Bike Bazaar.

Has your child outgrown their current bike? Or maybe your child just needs a bike. The WRENCH will have a variety of kids bikes available. You can swap your child’s current bike and get one that fits them properly. WRENCH staff and volunteers will be there to help make sure the bike is the correct size for your child.

The WRENCH will also have a variety of refurbished bikes for sale at great prices. If your current ride is in need of a bit of repair, WRENCH staff and volunteers will be on hand as well to help you get you bike running the way it should.

Monday, June 10 - UWSA Bike Lab 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 

Get your bike ready for Bike Week. Drop by the UWSA Bike Lab at the University of Winnipeg for some advice or basic bike repair needs. Volunteers will be on hand to help you.

For more info see http://theuwsa.ca/uwsa-bike-lab/

 

Monday, June 10th- Mountain Equipment Coop Bike Maintenance 101 Workshops - 5:30 pm

Want to take basic bicycle care into your own hands! Join MEC’s qualified Bicycle Mechanics to learn the basics of bike maintenance in this hour long clinic.

You will learn:

  • About bike parts and their functions.
  • How to diagnose problems
  • How to perform basic maintenance
  • How to fix a flat tire
  • When to bring your bike in for major repairs

These workshops fill up quickly so register today. Cost: $10.00

More details at https://events.mec.ca/node/259521

 

 

Monday, June 10 - South Osborne Bike Hub - Open Shop 6:00-8:30 pm

Get your bike ready for Bike Week. Drop by the Bike Hub for all your basic bike repair needs. Volunteers will be on hand to help you.

725 Kylemore Ave. Lord Roberts Community Centre (in outbuilding just South of Community Centre)
For more info see www.sobikehub.ca
Cost Free

Monday, June 10 - Bike Dump Open Shop (Women/Queer Folk Only) 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Get you bike ready for Bike Week. Come and fix your bike at the Bike Dump with help from their volunteers. These open shop hours are for Women and Queer folk. If you feel uncomfortable coming during regular Bike Dump times this is your time.

631 Main St (rear entrance on SE corner of building).
For more information see http://bike-dump.ca/women-and-queer-night/
Cost free

Tuesday, June 11th Pit Stop Meeting 11:00am-6:00pm

Have you signed up to host a pit stop this year?

All pit stops hosts are invited to The Forks on Tuesday, June 12th between 11am-6pm.

Drop by anytime to meet with the event coordinators and get all your questions answered. Plus we will have your pit stop banner, some swag and snacks for you to hand out on Bike to Work Day and t-shirts to give you too!

It is very important to attend this meeting! We look forward to seeing you there.

Tuesday, June 11 - Orioles Bike Cage Open Shop - 6:00-9:00PM

Get your bike ready for Bike Week. Drop by Orioles Bike Cage to get some help, some repair advice, or use the shared tools. Volunteers will be on had to help you if you need.

Orioles (Valour) Community Centre – 444 Burnell St. For more info see www.bikecage.ca
Cost free

Tuesday June 11 - Bike Dump Open Shop - 6:00-9:00PM

Get your bike ready for Bike Week. Drop in to the Bike Dump to fix their bike with the help of Bike Dump volunteers. Open to everyone.

631 Main St (rear entrance on SE corner of building). For more info go to www.bike-dump.ca
Donations appreciated!

Thursday, June 13 - The Wrench Open Shop - 12:00-5:30 pm

Get your bike ready for Bike Week. Drop in to the Winnipeg Repair Education and Cycling Hub (WRENCH) to fix their bike or maybe even start building a bike with the assistance of WRENCH staff and volunteers. Everyone is welcome to participate. To ensure that money is not a barrier to accessing services, bicycles & parts are offered by suggested donation or in exchange for volunteer time. For more details see www.thewrench.ca

Saturday, June 15 - MPI Cycling Champions course - 8:30am-4:00pm

 

Learn the knowledge and skills that you need to confidently ride the street of Winnipeg. This course is offered through Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) based on accepted best practices. The course will be held at MPI’s Main Street Service Centre, 1284 Main Street. MPI will also provide you with a  presentation kit containing a facilitator’s guide and PowerPoint presentations geared towards both children and adults should you want to teach others.

The course is led by an experienced cycling instructor. You will spend approximately 3 hours in the classroom and the remaining time practicing what you learned through on-road instruction. The course will cover:

  • The proper size and fit of a bike.
  • Basic bike maintenance/checks that you should be doing.
  • Cycling equipment.
  • Cycling skills that can help you avoid road hazards.
  • Basic road positioning for a variety of road conditions.
  • Strategies on how to safely ride in traffic.
  • Safe use of various cycling infrastructure

To sign up, please contact: roadsafety@mpi.mb.ca | phone: 204.985.8737

 

 

Saturday, June 15 - The WRENCH at the Forks - Noon - 6:00pm

Do your tires need air? Are your gears and brakes making funny sounds? Has your chain not been oiled since last summer? The WRENCH is open at the Forks (by the train cars) to help you with your Do-It-Yourself guided bike repairs. They provide the tools, parts and mechanics to assist you with hands-on basic bike repair and maintenance. All services and used parts offered by donation.

Need a bike for Bike Week? The WRENCH has you covered. Ready-to-Ride bikes, refurbished through the WRENCH’s UpCycle employment skills training program are available for purchase. They have all kinds of bikes from road bikes to mountain bikes to vintage cruisers to commuters. Come check out the selection and get that bike before Bike Week begins. Every bike sold supports bicycle programming for children and families across Winnipeg!

 

 

 

Sunday, June 16 - The WRENCH at the Forks - Noon - 6:00pm

Do your tires need air? Are your gears and brakes making funny sounds? Has your chain not been oiled since last summer? The WRENCH is open at the Forks (by the train cars) to help you with your Do-It-Yourself guided bike repairs. They provide the tools, parts and mechanics to assist you with hands-on basic bike repair and maintenance. All services and used parts offered by donation.

Need a bike for Bike Week? The WRENCH has you covered. Ready-to-Ride bikes, refurbished through the WRENCH’s UpCycle employment skills training program are available for purchase. They have all kinds of bikes from road bikes to mountain bikes to vintage cruisers to commuters. Come check out the selection and get that bike before Bike Week begins. Every bike sold supports bicycle programming for children and families across Winnipeg!

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, June 17

13th Annual Bike to Work Day

Get your week started right.

All Winnipeggers are invited to get on their bikes and ride to work! Enjoy free refreshments and comradery at the many pit stops across the city as you ride to work, or stop in at our all day pit stop!

 

Bike to Work Day Pit Stops - 6:30-9:00 AM

Stop in at any of the over 75 pit-stops around the city and enjoy the company of other people on their bike ride to work. Hosted by a variety of different organizations and communities these pit-stops offer a variety of food, drink,  prizes. We’ll have people at most pit-stops ready pump up those tires or add a little lubrication to your chain and in some cases minor bike tune-ups as well.

Check out this year’s interactive map of pit-stop locations.

 

Ride And Go Seek 6:30-9:30 AM

As you travel on your way to work, RIDE AND GO SEEK: collect signatures at all the pit stops you visit. If you make it to eight stops you will automatically be entered to win a gift certificate from the WRENCH which you can use towards purchasing a bike or parts or services. 

Bring your signed form to the All Day Pit Stop at The Forks between 9am and 3pm on Bike to Work Day (Monday, June 17th), or bring it to our Bike Week Celebration at The Forks on Sunday, June 23rd. The prize draw will take place at 3pm.

All you have to do is print this form and check out our map of all the pit stops to get started. When you arrive at a pit stop just ask the hosts to sign your form.

 

Bike to Work Day Group Ride! - 6:45-8:15am

 

Join in a group ride that starts at Assiniboine Park and ends Downtown. Saddle up with other riders on your way to work. We’ll be stopping at a few pit stops along the way so you can also join in at point along the route.

We would like riders to be dressed appropriately so the first 20 riders to get there will be given a Bike Week Winnipeg 2018 t-shirt.

This is a casual ride at a casual pace and great for anyone. Feel free to jump on board at any point along the ride and remember, Bike Week is for everyone!

Schedule (subject to change so check before you ride)

Meet between 6:30 and 6:45 a.m. at The Assiniboine Park Conservancy Pit Stop near the Assinaboine Park Footbridge (south side)
 
Departure 6:45 sharp
 
6:55 a.m. Bourkevale Community Club (Ferry Road)
 
7:05 a.m. Departure
 
715 a.m. Arrive at Laura Secord School and Urban Systems Pit Stop (winner of the best pit-stop in 2018)
 
7:25 a.m. Departure
 
7:30 a.m. Misericordia Health Centre Pit Stop – Wolseley and Sherbrook (winner of the best pit-stop 2016 and 2017)
 
7:40 a.m. Departure
 
7:50 a.m. Wab Kinew, Little Sister, and Animal Services Pit-stop at the Legislature (SW corner of the grounds)
 
8:00 a.m. Departure (time to get to work)
 
8:05 a.m. White Pine Bicycle Bonnycastle Park
 
8:15 a.m. Depart Bonnycastle Park

 

UMCycle's All Morning Pit Stop 6:30am-11:30am

Join the folks at UMCycle at their All Morning Pit Stop near their Kiosk-  6:30am to 11:30am on Bike To Work Day!

There will be prizes, food, music and free bike repairs!

UMCycle Bike Kiosk is a full-service bike shop at the centre of the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus. They have parts and accessories for sale and do installation, adjustments and overhauls of all systems of the bike (ie: wheels, brakes, shifters, drive train, steering). They also have community-use tools and an outdoor stand available to anyone for free during our shop hours. They are accessible with a ramp leading to the automatic main door.

For more information visit http://umsu.ca/businesses/umcycle/

 

 

 

The Manitoba Harvest All Day Pit Stop @ The Forks - 9:00am-3:00 pm

The Manitoba Harvest All Day Pit Stop will be at The Forks 9:00am-3:00pm.

Drop by for a  some refreshments including Tall Grass Prairie cinnamon buns. Stick around, park your bike at Bike Valet Winnipeg and we’ll give you a voucher for a free Bikey McBikeface Radler at The Common. Limited numbers of vouchers available so come early.

If you park your bike with Bike Valet you will also be entered into a draw for bike related prizes.

 

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg bikes- FREE during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

 

Bike Yoga in The Park - 12:00pm-1:00pm

Enjoy an outdoor yoga classes specifically designed to cater to the needs of those of us that ride bikes. The class will be taught by Diane a YMCA instructor and avid cyclist. Please bring your own mat. The event is hosted by Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and YMCA Winnipeg (Downtown Branch) at the Millennium park, behind the Millennium Library.

Cost: Free

 

UWSA Bike Lab 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 

Drop by the UWSA Bike Lab at the University of Winnipeg for some advice or basic bike repair needs. Volunteers will be on hand to help you.

For more info see http://theuwsa.ca/uwsa-bike-lab/

 

Mountain Equipment Coop Bike Maintenance 101 Workshops - 5:30 pm

Want to take basic bicycle care into your own hands! Join MEC’s qualified Bicycle Mechanics to learn the basics of bike maintenance in this hour long clinic.

You will learn:

  • About bike parts and their functions.
  • How to diagnose problems
  • How to perform basic maintenance
  • How to fix a flat tire
  • When to bring your bike in for major repairs

These workshops fill up quickly so register today. Cost: $10.00

More details at https://events.mec.ca/node/259526

 

 

South Osborne Bike Hub - Open Shop 6:00-8:30 pm

South Osborne Bike Hub – Open Shop 6:00-8:30 pm

Drop by the Bike Hub for all your basic bike repair needs. Volunteers will be on hand to help you.

725 Kylemore Ave. Lord Roberts Community Centre (in outbuilding just South of Community Centre)
For more info see www.sobikehub.ca
Cost Free

Bike Dump Open Shop (Women/Queer Folk Only) 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Come and fix your bike at the Bike Dump with help from their volunteers. These open shop hours are for Women and Queer folk. If you feel uncomfortable coming during regular Bike Dump times this is your time.

631 Main St (rear entrance on SE corner of building).
For more information see http://bike-dump.ca/women-and-queer-night/
Cost free

Tuesday, June 18

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg bikes- FREE during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Winnipeg Downtown BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

 

 

 

Spinners 2019 Seniors Cycling Group: Maple Grove Park to St. Adolph- 10:00am-2:00pm
Spinners 2019 Seniors Cycling Club

Join the Spinners at Maple Grove Park at 10:00am for a fun tide to St. Adolph and back.

The estimated time of return is 2:00pm.

Don’t forger to pack a lunch!

For more information please contact Betty: bettydekock@icloud.com

bettydekock@icloud.com

 

 

UMCycle's "Learn to Fix a Flat" Workshop- 12pm-1pm
“Learn to Fix a Flat” with the folks from UMCycle near their Kiosk on Campus- 12pm-1pm
 
You don’t need to bring your own bike, but you can if you would like to.

UMCycle Bike Kiosk is a full-service bike shop at the centre of the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus. They have parts and accessories for sale and do installation, adjustments and overhauls of all systems of the bike (ie: wheels, brakes, shifters, drive train, steering). They also have community-use tools and an outdoor stand available to anyone for free during our shop hours. They are accessible with a ramp leading to the automatic main door.

For more information visit http://umsu.ca/businesses/umcycle/

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Moveable Feast 5:30-10:00 PM

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Moveable Feast 5:30-10:00 PM 

Yup, it’s back again this year! And this year we are going to have a few Bike Week prizes to give away.

Join the illustrious Downtown Peggy for The Downtown BIZ’ Moveable Feast first Bike Tour of the season! Includes a bike tour and menu samplings at five various restaurants and cafes. Beverages are extra. Take in the gorgeous views of some of downtown’s most iconic buildings, architecture and places on your bike while enjoying great eats from different restaurants.

Please remember to bring your own bike and helmet.

To register visit: www.downtownwinnipegtours.com/tours/moveable-feast/

 

 

Orioles Bike Cage Open Shop - 6:00-9:00PM

Drop by Orioles Bike Cage to get some help, some repair advice, or use the shared tools. Volunteers will be on had to help you if you need.

Orioles (Valour) Community Centre – 444 Burnell St. For more info see www.bikecage.ca
Cost free

Bike Dump Open Shop - 6:00-9:00PM

Drop in to the Bike Dump to fix their bike with the help of Bike Dump volunteers. Open to everyone.

631 Main St (rear entrance on SE corner of building). For more info go to www.bike-dump.ca
Donations appreciated!

Easy Peasy Family Bike Path Ride - 6:30-8:30PM

 

Join us at Woodcock Cycle 433 St Marys Rd to explore the AT infrastructure in south Winnipeg. This group ride will utilize our growing AT Network and will be geared to those who want to ride their bike at a relaxed conversational pace. This will be a fair-weather ride only, so everyone stays dry (we hope). Departure is a 6:30 pm sharp.

The route is 20 to 25 km long an we plan to be back at Woodcock between 7:30 and 8:00 pm. 20 to 25 kms sound like too much. No problem you can ride as far as you feel comfortable and then head back.

This is a no pressure, no-drop ride suited to those who wish to get more comfortable riding, want to gradually increase their distance, or just want to ride with others in a casual setting. This ride is suitable for almost all types of bikes and riders.

For more info visit https://www.woodcockcycle.com/articles/wcw-ride-club-pg619.htm

 

 

Wednesday, June 19

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg bikes- FREE during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

 

Spinners 2019 Seniors Cycling Group: St Annes Road Superstore to St. Vital Park - 10:00am-2:00pm

Spinners 2019 Seniors Cycling Club 

Join the Spinners for at the Superstore on St Annes Road for a fun ride through St. Vital Park.

The estimated time of return is 2:00pm

Don’t forget to pack a lunch!

For more information please contact Betty: bettydekock@icloud.com

UMCycle's “Learn to Tune up your Bike” Workshop- 12pm-1pm

“Learn to Tune up your Bike” with the folks at UMCycle near their Kiosk 12pm-1pm

You don’t need to bring your own bike, but you can if you would like to!

UMCycle Bike Kiosk is a full-service bike shop at the centre of the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus. They have parts and accessories for sale and do installation, adjustments and overhauls of all systems of the bike (ie: wheels, brakes, shifters, drive train, steering). They also have community-use tools and an outdoor stand available to anyone for free during our shop hours. They are accessible with a ramp leading to the automatic main door.

For more information visit http://umsu.ca/businesses/umcycle/

Family Fun Ride 6:00PM

Come join us at Assiniboine Park for bike decorating, and a fun group ride. We will also have a certified CAN-Bike instructor available to answer any questions about how to ride on the roads of Winnipeg or help you with simple things like making sure your child’s helmet is fitted properly.

Meet at the south end of the bridge leading to Portage Avenue (See map below) at 6:00 pm to decorate your bike. We’ll head out for a ride around the park at 6:30 and when the ride is done it is only a short ride across the bridge for ice cream at Sargent Sundae. Sargent Sundae is offering their “whatchamacallits” at half price for everyone on the ride. ($0.95) They have both gluten and peanut free options as well.

Please note that this is not a learn to ride event and children should be able to ride a bike comfortably. Training wheels and push bikes welcome!

South Osborne Bike Hub @ The South Osbourne Farmers Market- 6:00pm-8:00pm

Bike on down to the opening night of the South Osbourne Farmers’ Market and get your bike tuned up by the fabulous folks from the South Osborne Bike Hub.

Market starts at 4:00pm and goes until 8:00pm

South Osborne Bike Hub will be on site from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

725 KYLEMORE AVE ​(Lord Roberts Community Centre) 

 

 

 

Winnipeg Cycling Club: Gentle Road Ride - 7:00pm-9:00pm
Winnipeg Cycling Club: “Gentle Road Ride”
 
When:  Wednesday June 19 at 7pm – 9pm
Ride Title:  Eva’s to Assiniboine Park 20K
Meet Location:  Eva’s Gelato at Corydon and  Harrow at 6:45pm – ride starts at 7pm
Ride Leader:  Shawn Kennedy
 
Folks are invited to stay after and enjoy some gelato and biking conversation!

Bike Week Infrastructure Tour with Bike Winnipeg - 7:00pm-9:30pm

Join Bike Winnipeg and AT Planner Erik Dickson on the Bike Week Winnipeg 2019 Infrastructure Tour as you ride through a sampling of the cycling infrastructure that’s sprouted up in Winnipeg over the past few years.

Learn how and why some of our city’s cycling infrastructure has been developed, where gaps remain, and get an expert’s view on what we might see in future years.

Total tour time will be 2 – 2 1/2 hours.

Date: Wednesday, June 19th
Time: 7pm – 9:30pm
Start/End Location: Louis Riel Statue behind Manitoba Legislature
Cost: Free
Register Now!

For information on all of Bike Winnipeg’s great tours see this link.

 

THE BEST OF THE GREAT TRAILS VOL 1 & 2- Book Signing at McNally Robinson- 7:30pm

 

For those who HIKE and/or BIKE The Great Trails….

McNally Robinson Winnipeg Hiking Association and Goose Lane Editions present:

Book talk and signing
THE BEST OF THE GREAT TRAILS VOL 1 & 2
with hiking expert
MICHAEL HAYNES

McNally Robinson  4000-1120 Grant Ave, Travel Alcove
June 19, 7:30pm

Join hiking expert and bestselling author Michael Haynes as he takes you across our great country through the Great Trail! Michael will be presenting his two most recent books, The Best of the Great Trails Vol. 1 and Vol 2. (Goose Lane Editions) as well as Hiking Trails of Cape BretonHiking Trails of Montreal and Beyond and Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia. He is also a travel writer and regular commentator for CBC Radio. His travel articles have appeared in Ottawa Magazine, Saltscapes, and Explore.

 

 

Thursday, June 20

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg bikes- FREE during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

The Wrench Open Shop - 12:00-5:30 pm

Drop in to the Winnipeg Repair Education and Cycling Hub (WRENCH) to fix their bike or maybe even start building a bike with the assistance of WRENCH staff and volunteers. Everyone is welcome to participate. To ensure that money is not a barrier to accessing services, bicycles & parts are offered by suggested donation or in exchange for volunteer time. For more details see www.thewrench.ca

UMCycle: Community Stand Time - 2pm-6pm

UMCycle: Community Stand Time 2pm-6pm

They will show you how to fix your own bike. Bring your Bike!

UMCycle Bike Kiosk is a full-service bike shop at the centre of the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus. They have parts and accessories for sale and do installation, adjustments and overhauls of all systems of the bike (ie: wheels, brakes, shifters, drive train, steering). They also have community-use tools and an outdoor stand available to anyone for free during our shop hours. They are accessible with a ramp leading to the automatic main door.

For more information visit http://umsu.ca/businesses/umcycle/

Ride Outside the Lines - 5:30-8:00pm

Ride Outside the Lines is a fun, relaxed group ride run by women in celebration of safer cycling spaces. This event supports female-identifying, two-spirit, genderqueer and non-binary people who cycle in this great city. EVERYONE (male-identified folks included) is/are welcome to attend and support space for a wide array of people cycling.

Riding Outside the Lines is about re-envisioning boundaries. Let’s expand our city’s ideas about who cycling is for, what a cyclist looks like, and how best to celebrate cycling!

Bike Week is giving away tickets to the Jazz Fest and bike related prizes as part of this ride so join us for fun and prizes.

Start: 5:30pm @ The Manitoba Legislature

Ride Leaves: 6:00pm

Ride Finishes: 8:00pm @ Old Market Square

Route: Meet-up at the Famous Five Monument @ The Manitoba Legislature for bike tune-ups to center your cycle, and/or a yoga class to center your mind. The route then makes its way on a winding path up to South Point Douglas, and ends up at Old Market Square for Jazz Fest. There will be stops for making new friends, and, back by popular demand, theatrical-costume photoshoots of you and your bicycle bestie!

Cost: FREE

South Osborne Bike Hub Open Shop 6:00-8:30 pm

South Osborne Bike Hub – Open Shop 6:00-8:30 pm

Drop by the Bike Hub for all your basic bike repair needs. Volunteers will be on hand to help you.

725 Kylemore Ave. Lord Roberts Community Centre (in outbuilding just South of Community Centre)
For more info see www.sobikehub.ca
Cost: Free

Woodcock Cycle Intermediate Road Ride 6:00-8:30/9:00 pm

This ride is for those who are not really feeling up to the Woodcock Performance ride. We will leave at the same time as the Performance ride and follow the same path but we will warm up at 25kph and average 27-30kph moving speed. This ride is between 60 and 80km. It will be cancelled if it is teaming down with rain or lighting is sighted.

This is a NO-Drop ride, that means our top speed is the one that keeps the whole group together.

There is no charge, membership or licence required to join us during Bike Week

For more info visit https://www.woodcockcycle.com/articles/wcw-ride-club-pg619.htm

 

Bike Winnipeg Green Building Tour - 6:30-8:30 pm

Join the Manitoba CaGBC Emerging Green Professionals (EGP) and Bike Winnipeg as they tour some of Winnipeg’s best green buildings. Network with green building experts, learn about our sustainable buildings, and enjoy a bike ride through downtown Winnipeg. The event is open to everyone and the tour is taken at a leisurely pace so all styles of bicycles and bicyclists are welcome.

The confirmed route and stops will be shared here on the Bike Winnipeg website in the near future.

Date: Thursday, June 20th
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Start/End Location: TBD
Cost: $10 for Bike Winnipeg or Green Building Council Members
Duration: 2 hours
Register Now!

For information on all of Bike Winnipeg’s great tours see this link.

Bike-In Movie @ The Forks- Dusk!

Join the fine folks from Winnipeg Trails Association for a pop-up Bike-In Movie experience!

Movies:

Bikes for Bread a film about Egyptian wallahs by Swiss filmmaker Clause Marthaler

Shift the story of a First Nations group of teenagers that built an international mountain bike destination in the Yukon

Fall in Love with Where you Live a local film by artists Anders Swanson, Jon Ventura and Leigh Anne Parry

Date: Thursday, June 20th
Time: DUSK
Location: The Forks (Busker’s Lookout – 1st grassy step down to the pier)
Cost: Free

 

Friday, June 21

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg bikes- FREE during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

UMCycle: "Riding Skills" Workshop - 12pm-1pm

UMCycle’s Riding Skills Workshop near the Kiosk – 12pm-1pm

Learn tricks for quick turns and stops and prove you are as good as you think you are at riding in a “straight line”.

You don’t need to bring your bike, but you can if you want to.

UMCycle Bike Kiosk is a full-service bike shop at the centre of the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus. They have parts and accessories for sale and do installation, adjustments and overhauls of all systems of the bike (ie: wheels, brakes, shifters, drive train, steering). They also have community-use tools and an outdoor stand available to anyone for free during our shop hours. They are accessible with a ramp leading to the automatic main door.

For more information visit http://umsu.ca/businesses/umcycle/

Velodonnas Cycling Club Introductory Ride Clinic - 5:30-6:30 pm

Join the 1st women’s only cycling club, The Velodonnas Cycling Club, for an Introductory Ride Clinic. It will cover the very basics of cycling – body position, pedal stroke, braking, cornering, basic maintenance etc. The emphasis will be on COMMUTING by bike safely and with confidence. This clinic is for ALL RIDERS, all ages, all abilities. All you need is a bike in good working order and a desire to ride it more often.

Location: Whittier Park (meet in shelter adjacent to Fort Gibraltar)

Duration: ~1 hour

Cost: FREE

What to bring:

  • Your bike (any bike)

  • HELMET (mandatory)

  • Spare tube, tire levers, pump & other tools that you have and want to learn how to use

  • Signed waiver: ADULT Waiver UNDER 18 Waiver

Contact: ride@velodonnas.ca or call/text 204-791-3195

 

Woodcock Cycle Destination Ride - 6:00-8:30/9:00PM

As the name suggests, we will choose the destination on ride day to account for elements, This is a 27-30kph ride average moving speed. Warm up will be at 25kph and ramp up from there depending on how everyone feels. The distance will be between 60 and 80km. some of our destination choices are Headingly, Lockport, St Adolph, St Agath, Grande Pointe loops.

This is a NO-Drop ride, that means our top speed is the one that keeps the whole group together.

There is no charge, membership or licence required to join us during Bike Week 

More info at https://www.woodcockcycle.com/articles/wcw-ride-club-pg619.htm

 

4th Annual Woodcock Cycle Family Campout Friday 6:00pm - Saturday 1:00pm

 

Friday June 21st – Saturday June 22nd – Floodway Bike ride to Birds Hill Park, Family Campout and back the next day. Anyone can join! We are back Saturday so you can still go to Ciclovia Sunday to finish of the Bike Week celebrations!

  • Journey on the DRPT. A seamless route without motorized traffic all the way to BHP
  • Pitch a tent with us in a designated area. Campfires (who doesn’t like campfires?), roasting smores, telling those tall cycling tales (family friendly of course)
  • bathrooms and water are close
  • After a restful sleep and a relaxed morning, we can all head back together.

This is great for the whole family. It is a great route for those who want to ride and very close for family members to drive out and join you (AKA carry your gear)

No one if left behind, we will have sweepers if anyone needs help along the way. Our sweepers will have basic first aid and mechanical should you need. But please try to be self sufficient, this is a fun unsupported group ride. If you need to call someone to pick you up (family, friend, CAA) you have Lagimodiere, Gunn Rd and Garvin Road rendezvous points.

You can join the ride at any of the staging points along the way

  • Start – 6pm on the Duff Roblin Parkway Trail at the Lagimodiere (Hwy 59) staging area. Check google maps for the location. Lot of parking!
  • Leaving DRPT at Gunn Road at 7 pm (has parking lot)
  • Leaving DRPT at Garvin Road at 7:30pm and arriving at camp by 8:30 ish. Sunset is 9:41pm so there is lots of time to set up camp.
  • Depending on the RSVPs we will either be in a set of campsites grouped together in a cove or we will be in the Group camping area.
  • Enjoy the evening at the camp fire with friends, family and riding buddies
  • BYOB and bring you own food., who knows what fun happens when a great bunch of people get together.

As you can tell, this is not a race but a Journey of conversation, spending time with one another. Looking for Eagles, Hawks and Rabbits. It does not matter how you get there; it just matters that you get there

Please RSVP to currie at woodcockcycle.com so we can book the right space at Birds Hill Park!

This is a NO-Drop ride, that means our top speed is the one that keeps the whole group together.
There is no charge, membership or licence required
Ride 6:00 – 8:30 / 9:00pm

More info at https://www.woodcockcycle.com/articles/wcw-ride-club-pg619.htm

 

 

Saturday, June 22

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg bikes- FREE during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

Orioles Bike Cage Open Shop - 10:00AM-2:00PM

Drop by Orioles Bike Cage to get some help, some repair advice, or use the shared tools. Volunteers will be on had to help you if you need.

Orioles (Valour) Community Centre – 444 Burnell St. For more info see www.bikecage.ca
Cost: free

MPI Bike It course - 8:30am-12:30pm

Learn the knowledge and skills that you need to confidently ride the street of Winnipeg. This course is offered through Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) based on accepted best practices. The course will be held at MPI’s Main Street Service Centre, 1284 Main Street.

The course is led by an experienced cycling instructor. You will spend approximately 1 1/2 hours in the classroom and the remaining time practicing what you learned through on-road instruction. The course will cover:

    • The proper size and fit of a bike.
    • Basic bike maintenance/checks that you should be doing.
    • Cycling equipment.
    • Basic road positioning for a variety of road conditions.
    • Strategies on how to safely ride in traffic.
    • Safe use of various cycling infrastructure.

To sign up,  contact:  roadsafety@mpi.mb.ca | phone: 204-985-8737

 

The WRENCH Hub Workshop - Noon - 2:00pm

Ever wonder how to make your bicycle wheels spin smoothly?

Come get your bearings at the WRENCH’s Hubs workshop!

Workshop is free, open to the public, no skills or tools necessary.

More info at http://thewrench.ca/wordpress/event/workshop-hubs/?instance_id=6165

 

The WRENCH at the Forks - Noon - 6:00pm

Do your tires need air? Are your gears and brakes making funny sounds? Has your chain not been oiled since last summer? The WRENCH is open at the Forks (by the train cars) to help you with your Do-It-Yourself guided bike repairs. They provide the tools, parts and mechanics to assist you with hands-on basic bike repair and maintenance. All services and used parts offered by donation.

Need a bike for Bike Week? The WRENCH has you covered. Ready-to-Ride bikes, refurbished through the WRENCH’s UpCycle employment skills training program are available for purchase. They have all kinds of bikes from road bikes to mountain bikes to vintage cruisers to commuters. Come check out the selection and get that bike before Bike Week begins. Every bike sold supports bicycle programming for children and families across Winnipeg!

 

 

 

Bike Winnipeg - Ride the Red History Tour - 10 am - 12 noon

Join Bike Winnipeg and Eric Napier Strong of Seven Oaks House Museum as you Ride the Red on this Historic Bike Tour, sharing Winnipeg’s early history as we follow one of the city’s most scenic rides along the Red River. The tour will help you better understand:

  • Early European (French/Scottish/English) settlement
  • Indigenous/settle/Metis cultural exchanges and interactions
  • The importance of the Red River and the effects of the of flooding (particularly 1825 & 1852) on early historic sites
  • Fur trade associated political struggles and the Pemmican War waged between the North-West Company and the Hudson’s Bay Company
  • The political birth of Manitoba
  • The evolution of Red River style architecture/construction

Date: Saturday, June 22nd
Time: 10 am – 12 noon
Start/End Location: Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum (494 Tache Ave)
Cost: $20 non-members/$15 members

Bike Week is providing a few prizes to given out at this event as well.

For information on all of Bike Winnipeg’s great tours see this link.

Rainbow Trout Music Festival Bike Jam - ????

A little birdie mentioned that there may be a Rainbow Trout Music Festival Bike Jam happening during Bike Week.

Check out their Facebook page HERE for details.

What’s a Bike Jam?:

The folks at the RTMF care about having a good time all year round, and one of their most popular events is the monthly RTMF Bike Jam.

Hundreds and hundreds (or 1000’s at Nuit Blanche 2015) of cyclists hit the city at night following secret routes to street level dance parties. Tunes are provided all along the entire route by our rolling pedal powered stereo systems that take the party wherever they want it to go!!

Good friends, good times, and lots of blinking lights, the RTMF Bike Jams are Winnipegs most unique outdoor community events, and everyone is invited.

Remember, lots of lights and keep to the right!

 

 

Sunday, June 23

 

 

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Pedal in the Peg - Free during Bike Week!!

Our friends at The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ have a special offering during Bike Week…

Free Pedal in the Peg bikes (with deposit) at the following locations:

Alt Hotel
310 Donald Street
Phone: 1.844.946.6258
www.althotels.com

City Hall – 311 Desk (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
Susan A. Thompson Building
510 Main Street
Phone: 311

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg
250 St. Mary Avenue
Phone: 204.942.0051
www.marriott.com/YWGDW

Downtown Winnipeg BIZ (Note: not available on June 22nd & 23rd)
426 Portage Avenue
Phone: 204.958.4640

The Fort Garry Hotel
222 Broadway
Phone: 204.942.8251
www.fortgarryhotel.com

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown
360 Colony Street
Phone: 204.786.7011
www.hiwinnipegdowntown.com

**It’s recommend that people call to make reservations first.

Swamp Donkey: Pain In The ASSiniboine Urban Race - 8:30am-2:30pm

Pain In The ASSiniboine (PITA) Registration:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/pain-in-the-assiniboine-urban-adventure-winnipeg-the-forks-sun-june-23-2019-tickets-56424480139

Full Race Website with more details

Explore Winnipeg from a different perspective! The Pain in the ASSiniboine is an exciting urban race beginning at the Forks Market participants cycle 32 km over a series roads, single track, park roads and the famous Trans Canada Trail to reach beautiful Beaudry Park in Headingly, Manitoba. Then hop in your canoe (teams) or kayak (solo) & paddle 32km down the Assiniboine River, past some of Winnipeg’s most elegant estates until you reach the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers to finish back at The Forks.

Racers (solo or team) must have minimum 1 support crew member to transport and pick up equipment from the transition zone at Beaudry Park.

Pain In The ASSiniboine FAQ

Categories Explained

Teams of 2: Teams of 2 people will be required to complete all disciplines of the race course and each member will carry all mandatory gear items throughout the entire race. Teams of 2 can be of any gender and all teams will be ranked in the same category. Each racer will ride their own bikes and paddle in a canoe together.

Solos: Individual racers will be required to complete all disciplines of the race course and carry all mandatory gear items throughout the entire race. Solos will be separated into male and female categories. Racers must be 18 years of age to race solo. Racers may use kayak OR solo canoe. Gender category may be combined at director’s discretion, in which case top award will go to 1st place in each gender.

Open Team: Teams of 2 may register in this category and will be ranked as “open team”. Mode of transport is flexible in this division and will be noted on results. This category will be timed but will NOT be ranked. All bikes and boats must be human powered.

Modes of transport acceptable in the OPEN category may include:

  • Tandem Bike
  • Tandem Kayak
  • SUP’s
  • Voyageur Canoe

NOTE: Age limit for the team category is 16 yrs old. Remember this is a 4-6hr event & all racers under 18 must race with an adult guardian.

Teams and Solos must supply their own equipment and support crew.

** Entries are transferable but all entries are are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend for any reason, you are responsible for finding an alternate and changing the entry on the Eventbrite system **

Enjoyed yourself? Sign up for The Swamp Donkey Adventure Race in September!

Ride Don't Hide 9:00am-2:00pm

Join the Canadian Mental Health Association on Sunday, June 23rd for the 8th annual Ride Don’t Hide, a nation-wide fundraising bike ride that brings mental health into the open.  Through Ride Don’t Hide we can connect to our own mental health, to each other and to our communities. This is a ride, not a race, suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Choose from the 20 km Community Ride or the 4 km Family Ride! 

This year will be the first year at The Forks and in partnership with Bike Week Winnipeg a great finale to a terrific week of cycling.  At the end of the ride – riders, volunteers and friends will meet under the canopy to enjoy light refreshments, live music, face-painting, decorating of bikes and opportunities to win some prizes. 

People can register for the ride by visiting: RideDontHide and select Winnipeg under All Locations.  What’s terrific is that 100% of funds raised through rider registration fees and personal fundraising will stay in MB and be used for direct mental health services and within the CMHA Learning Centre.

Fees: Children 12 and under ride for free! Adults: $50; Youth: $35 – Use Promotional Code:THEFORKS to receive a discount on your registration. 

Bike Week Celebration @ The Forks - 11:00am - 4:00pm

Wrap up your Bike Week and come celebrate with us at The Forks. Get on your bike and follow the Sunday Closures to The Forks to enjoy a day filled with fun activities for all ages. We’ll have bike themed activities, Woodcock Cycle Works’ Bike ‘Olympics’, bike repair stations, live music, prizing and more!

Park your bike with Bike Valet Winnipeg and you’ll be entered to win one of our bike related prize packages.

Featuring performances by Miz ShutterflyMadeleine RogerAmi Cheon and Mise en Scene!

11:00 – 11:30 am: Ride Don’t Hide Announcements & Bike Week Announcements
11:30 – 12:30 pm: DJ Miz Shutterfly
12:30 – 1:00 pm: Woodcock Cycle Works’Tire Changing Competition
1:00 – 1:30 pm: Madeleine Roger
1:30 – 2:00 pm: Woodcock Cycle Works’Tire Toss Competition
2:00 – 2:30 pm: Ami Cheon
2:30 – 3:00 pm: Woodcock Cycle Works’ Blind Folded Challenge – Kids vs Adults
3:00 – 3:30 pm: Mise en Scene
3:30 – 4:00 pm: Prizes & Closing remarks

Also, check out the Bike Week community champions who will be on site doing what they do best:

Sunday, June 23rd- The 5th Annual Blessing of the Bikes - 10:30am
The 5th Annual Blessing of the Bikes in Central Park
 
Come out and get yourself and your bike blessed in this unique interfaith, non-sectarian service at Knox United Church (right across from Central Park on Edmonton Street north of Ellice).
This year, the service and blessing will be held in the park, weather permitting.
Cyclists are invited to meet in the park prior to the beginning of the service.
If poor weather conditions we will move inside and cyclists can then bring bikes up the ramp at 406 Edmonton or carry them up the stairs at the corner entrances together.
 

 

The WRENCH official launch at The Forks and the Great Bike Week Bike Sale - 11:00 am - 5:00pm

In addition to having their Sunday open hours at the Forks, the WRENCH is having the official launch of their satellite location at the Forks and holding a big bike sale. If you still need a bike for summer or just want to browse to see what they have to offer, this day would be a great time to do it. Great refurbished bikes at great prices. All the bikes are refurbished through the WRENCH’s UpCycle employment skills training program and every bike sold supports bicycle programming for children and families across Winnipeg!

Already have your bike? The WRENCH is also there help you with your Do-It-Yourself guided bike repairs. They provide the tools, parts and mechanics to assist you with hands-on basic bike repair and maintenance. All services and used parts offered by donation.

 

 

 

Bike Dump Open Shop - 1:00-4:00PM

Drop in to the Bike Dump to fix their bike with the help of Bike Dump volunteers. Open to everyone.

631 Main St (rear entrance on SE corner of building). For more info go to www.bike-dump.ca
Donations appreciated!

Bike Winnipeg North Winnipeg Art Tour - 1:00-3:30PM

Join Bike Winnipeg on their North Winnipeg Art Ride. You start at Kildonan Park, ride into East Kildonan to explore Bunn’s Creek and travel along the Northeast Pioneers Greenway before returning to Kildonan Park.

Sites Visited: Bokeh ; Along the Creek; Life Journey
When: Sunday, June 23rd; 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Starts At:  Kildonan Park – Duck Pond (near Bokeh)
Ends At: Kildonan Park – Duck Pond (near Bokeh)
Distance/Duration: 20km (2 1/2 hours)
Register Now!

For information on all of Bike Winnipeg’s great tours see this link.