Just after the clocks turn back, we’ll be partnering with Safer Roads Ottawa again this year to raise awareness and encourage cyclists to light themselves up while cycling in the early evening and at night:
The Healthy Transportation Coalition is going to make history on July 22, 2018 by installing the first-ever pop-up bike lane in Bells Corners, in partnership with the office of councillor Rick Chiarelli.
This Little Bike goes to Market is back after a year off, showing off kid-carrying and adult mobility aid bikes at Lansdowne Farmer’s Market!
Bike Ottawa traditionally looks after your bicycle at the RBC Bluesfest. Over 70,000 bicycles have been looked after since 2006, and not one got lost or stolen. And all is done by volunteers.
It’s time to ring in spring with our annual Spring.Bike.Ottawa symposium and social! At this year’s celebration, we’ll be talking advocacy and how we can work together to affect change that will make Ottawa a better cycling city.
Decorate your bike for the holiday season and join others for a bright, colourful, wintry ride. If you plan to keep riding right on through the winter, this is a chance to make a statement of it in style, or to get a fun taste of cold weather cycling if you’ve never done it before.
We had a great turn-out and a great line-up of speakers before covering some official business and running elections for the Bike Ottawa Board of Directors: read on for some highlights.
As usual, the week after the clocks fall back, we’ll be partnering with Safer Roads Ottawa to encourage cyclists to light themselves up while biking outside the diminishing daylight hours. The Highway Traffic Act requires that all cyclists have a working front light and rear reflector.
It’s the time of year for our Annual General Meeting and autumn bike social! Join us to mix and mingle with fellow Ottawa cyclists over food and drink, hear from some great speakers, and—for Bike Ottawa members—participate in the official business of our AGM.