In this third installment of our Winter Cycling Stories Series, José Badillo tells us about winter cycling in his community of Riverside South.
In in this second installment of our Winter Cycling Stories Series, Kitchissippi Councillor Jeff Leiper tells us why biking through winter is an efficient way to meet the demands of a busy schedule.
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.
In this first installment of our new series of winter cycling stories, Cassandra Fulgham tells us how she went from being a complete stranger to snowy winters, to cycling nearly every day, all year around.
Do you bike during the winter? We want to help you share your story and encourage more people to keep riding through the snowy months.
Ottawa’s annual Canadian Tulip Festival is one of our favourite times of year to get out on our bikes and enjoy the city (although to be fair we have a lot of favourite times of year to do that!). To celebrate, we’ve prepared a couple of fun self-guided tours so that you can enjoy the festival on two wheels.
February 8-10, 2017. Montréal was the host city for the 5th annual Winter Cycling Congress (WCC17). Did you know, this event was dreamed up in the living room of our very own Ottawa resident Hans Moor?
Winter is approaching, but many of those who bike in Ottawa won’t be put off by the snow: in recent years we’ve seen an expanding network of winter-maintained cycling routes in our city and growing popularity of riding bikes straight through the winter.
Each workday, CfSC member Bob McDougall makes the daily 20+ kilometre (one- way) commute from Kanata South to his workplace at Dow’s Lake – and back again after work.