Bike Niagara is a new organization, formed by a group of local Cycling enthusiasts interested in helping people get started, by promoting safe cycling, bike riding skills and improving on the road capabilities of all cyclists
Our blog will have news about events, rides, training sessions, anything cycling happening in Niagara.
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Bike Niagara founders Gary Murphyand Dave Hunt are featured in the St. Catharines Standard article about proposed mandatory bicycle helmet laws in Ontario. Read about the Ontario Coroner's cycling deaths review here:
St. Catharines City Council puts bikes ahead of cars in fight to preserve existing bike lanes. Check out the news article here.
"Walt Berg, left, Dave Hunt and Ted Higgins are three of four founders of Bike Niagara who plan to host beginner bicycling courses in Pelham and St. Catharines this spring to help people become more confident in sharing the roads. (VICTORIA GRAY Tribune Staff)"
Ready, Set, Cycle!, Bike Niagara's 2013 four session course for folks just starting or getting back on the bike.
Check out the article that was featured in the St. Catharines Standard on Friday, March 15, 2013 "Bike Niagara gears up for cycling course" article here.
Registration begins on March 27- Space is limited.
The 2012 riding season is well underway. Registrations for the May courses are strong and we look forward to delivering our first Segment 2 session (on-bike training) on May 14. Yesterday Niagara This Week published an article about the Bike Niagara course and the volunteers who were involved in developing the program. Check the full article HERE.
BikeNiagara hosted our first Safe Cycling for Fun and Health class last night at the Regional Building. We would like to thank Sergeant Scott Elliot from the Niagara Regional Police who was called in at the last minute to instruct the course in place of Ted Higgins who had to deal with a family emergency. Scott is an avid road cyclist and mountain bike rider and instructs the NRP Bike Unit in proper bike handling skills.
We had 16 participants for our free course which was a great turnout for the first class. A lot of information was passed on to participants as well as some excellent questions that added to the discussion. Our next segment of Getting Started will be Tuesday, May 1 and our first on-bike class (Segment 2) takes place on Monday, May 14.
Consider signing up, and on completion of Segment 2 training receive a free one year membership to the Niagara Freewheelers Touring Club (valued at $30). If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello and welcome to our new website.
We are excited about the upcoming new Cycling season - looking forward to good weather, sunny skies and being out on the road with our friends again.
We are also excited about Bike Niagara, our project to share our experience and knowledge with anyone interested in getting started in Recreational Cycling.
Here in Niagara, we are fortunate to have very scenic places to visit, quiet rural roads to enjoy on our favourite bicycles.
Hope you join us for the training sessions, and maybe on the rides as well!
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