Cycle Hamilton is a member-supported coalition of individuals, communities, and organizations that works together to promote a healthy, safe, and sustainable cycling culture in Hamilton.

Formed in 2015, Cycle Hamilton is a non-profit cycling advocacy group that seeks to encourage and improve cycling culture in the City of Hamilton. We are a volunteer-run organization that strives to be an information hub for everything cycling-related in the city, serve as a unified voice for cyclists, and hold City Hall accountable to improving cycling in Hamilton.

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Want to learn more about Cycle Hamilton? Read more about our mission here.

Winter Cycling Safety Workshop on Feb. 7th

Winter Cycling Safety Workshop on Feb. 7th

Not ready to brave the winter on two wheels? New Hope Community Bikes is hosting a Winter Cycling Safety Workshop to share some helpful tips for keeping yourself warm and your bike prepped for viking biking. You’ll learn the basics to keep yourself warm and your bike prepped for winter riding: 1. Yourself 2. Your…

Event: Street Audit on Jan. 29, 2018

Event: Street Audit on Jan. 29, 2018

Join us on Monday, January 29th for a street audit in the Beasley neighbourhood. See poster below and Facebook event page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/157063814946103/  

Event: Cycle Hamilton monthly meeting on Jan. 29th

Event: Cycle Hamilton monthly meeting on Jan. 29th

Join us on January 29th, 2018 for our monthly member’s meeting. Each month Cycle Hamilton hosts a general meeting that is open to all members. This is an opportunity for you to hear about the work Cycle Hamilton is currently engaged in, and provide your input on current initiatives. It’s also a great opportunity to…

Event: Basic Bike Repair Course on Dec. 13th

Event: Basic Bike Repair Course on Dec. 13th

New Hope Community Bikes is hosting another basic repair course on Wednesday, Dec. 13th from 6:00 – 9:00. For more information and to register, please click here.

Event: December Womens* Night Workshop on Dec. 5th

Event: December Womens* Night Workshop on Dec. 5th

New Hope Community Bikes is hosting another women’s* workshop that is open to all Female Identified, Trans, Genderqueer, and Non-Binary people! This workshop will be taking place on December 5th from 6:00 – 9:00. For more information or to register, please click here.

Event: Freewheel’s 2017 Global Fat Bike Day Ride on Dec. 2nd

Event: Freewheel’s 2017 Global Fat Bike Day Ride on Dec. 2nd

On Saturday, December 2nd Freewheel Cycle is hosting their annual Fat Bike Day Ride in celebration of Global Fat Bike Day! For more information on this event, please click here. Fat bikes are available for those who would like to participate but do not own a fat bike. Happy riding!

Official Petition for a National Cycle Strategy in Canada

Official Petition for a National Cycle Strategy in Canada

An official petition for a National Cycling Strategy has been created. This petition to the Government of Canada was created to push for a cycling strategy that aligns all provinces. For more information, and to sign the petition, clink this link. Please consider sharing this link once you have signed.

Event: Friendly Streets Summit on Dec. 6th

Event: Friendly Streets Summit on Dec. 6th

Mark your calendars! The Friendly Streets Summit is coming up on December 6th at the Hamilton Public Library Central branch. See poster for details. Email friendlystreetshamilton@gmail.com for more information.

Recap of the Southwest Ontario Bike Summit

Recap of the Southwest Ontario Bike Summit

Cycle Hamilton members Kevin Love and Jay Krause recently attended the Southwest Ontario Bike Summit. Kevin wrote a piece for Raise the Hammer on his experience at the summit. Read Kevin’s piece here.

Event: Basic Bike Repair Course on Nov. 8

Event: Basic Bike Repair Course on Nov. 8

Want to learn how to do some basic repairs on your bike? Check out this upcoming event hosted by New Hope Community Bikes on November 8th! All event information can be found here: Basic Bike Repair Course, Nov. 8