Our vision is for Hamilton to be the best place for anyone to get around by bike.

Formed as a registered non-profit organization in 2015, Cycle Hamilton is a member-supported group of individuals, communities, and organizations that work together to make Hamilton a place where people of all ages and abilities can safely get around by bike to all parts of the city. We strive to inspire people to ride their bikes in a growing network of connected and safe bike lanes and to create a culture of bike riding in Hamilton.

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2018 MPP Candidates’ Positions on Cycling

2018 MPP Candidates’ Positions on Cycling

Cycle Hamilton is contacting all MPP Candidates for in the four Hamilton ridings in order to better understand their positions on bike-related issues. We will be posting responses on this page as the MPP Candidates provide their responses. Check back regularly for updates. Cycle Hamilton could not locate email addresses for the following candidates: Tony…

Bike to Work Day is Monday, May 28th!

Bike to Work Day is Monday, May 28th!

Join hundreds of people on bikes for the 10th Annual Bike to Work Day at Hamilton City Hall on Monday, May 28th from 7 AM-9 AM! This fun-filled morning event is the kick-off to Bike Month in June. Come see great musical entertainment on theVeloStage, celebrate the Community in Motion Awards, local exhibitors, a student…

Hamilton Council Supports Ask For Provincial Funding for Bike Infrastructure

Hamilton Council Supports Ask For Provincial Funding for Bike Infrastructure

Thanks to the support of Share the Road and Councillors Jason Farr, Matthew Green, and Sam Murulla, Cycle Hamilton was successful in our ask to Hamilton City Council to send a letter to the Province in support of an MTO budget line allocating $75 million annually to municipal biking infrastructure. You can see a copy…

#CommutingWithCouncil Needs You!

#CommutingWithCouncil Needs You!

Mayor Fred Eisenberger rode to school with 6-year-old Oliver Flood in attempt to understand the obstacles and dangers that our most vulnerable road users face every single day. The #CommutingWithCouncil initiative is led by local cycling advocate Tom Flood (@TomFlood1) with support from Oliver Viet (@OliverVeit). “This initiative will hopefully lead to more rides that…

Job Opportunities – 2018 Summer Internships

Job Opportunities – 2018 Summer Internships

2018 Summer Internships Cycle Hamilton has applied for funding through the federal government’s Canada Summer Jobs initiative to offer two summer internships for students. ┬áPlease note that all positions are dependent on our successful receipt of funding through the Canada Summer Jobs initiative. This year, we will be hiring two summer interns for the following…

Event: Monthly Meeting on April 30th

Event: Monthly Meeting on April 30th

Want to hear about our recent work, share your perspective, or just meet other bike riders in the city? Join us on Monday April 30th from 7:00 – 9:00 PM for our monthly meeting! See you then!

Cycle Hamilton Annual General Meeting on March 26, 2018

Cycle Hamilton Annual General Meeting on March 26, 2018

Join Cycle Hamilton on March 26th for our 2018 Annual General Meeting! This is an opportunity for members of the Hamilton community to meet members of the CH team and learn about the advocacy work we are doing! We will provide some updates from the previous year and share plans for moving forward. Whether or…

Friendly Streets Toolkit Now Available

Friendly Streets Toolkit Now Available

Friendly Streets Hamilton recently completed their toolkit for community engagement. The toolkit, which was prepared by Elise Desjardins and Beatrice Ekoko, includes 14 modules on topics such as traffic calming, cycle-friendly businesses, street vibrancy, and more! Read the full toolkit here!   Friendly Streets Hamilton Toolkit

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/