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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New Business Member Spotlight: Matias Rozenberg

New Business Member Spotlight: Matias Rozenberg

We are thrilled to announce our newest Cycle Hamilton business partner, Matias Rozenberg! Matias has made it his life’s work to help people alleviate their pain and stress. Located downtown, 2 blocks from James St North and York St., Cycle Hamilton members receive a 10% discount on massage therapy treatments to help you get back…

Event: Understanding Policy, Planning, & Design: Improving the Walking & Cycling Experience

Event: Understanding Policy, Planning, & Design: Improving the Walking & Cycling Experience

Join us on November 1st at 6:30 for a presentation by Neluka Leanage on improving the walking and cycling experience. See poster below for more details!

Event Details Confirmed: Bay St. Bike Lanes Launch

Event Details Confirmed: Bay St. Bike Lanes Launch

On October 27th, the new Bay Street bike lanes will officially launch. A launch event is planned to take place at City Hall, followed by a group ride on the lanes to the waterfront. Cycle Hamilton will be present at this event and will have an information table at the mini fair. Join us to…

Event: Our Future Hamilton 2017 Annual Summit

Event: Our Future Hamilton 2017 Annual Summit

Our Future Hamilton 2017 is coming up on Tuesday, November 14 at Liuna Station. See details below from Hamilton’s website. “On November 14, Our Future Hamilton will be hosting its annual summit at LIUNA Station. The theme of this free event will be “Shaping Democracy through Civic Engagement”. Hamiltonians and community partners identified increased democratic…

Event: Traffic Calming 101 on Oct. 19, 2017

Event: Traffic Calming 101 on Oct. 19, 2017

Friendly Streets Hamilton is hosting a traffic calming event on October 19th, 2017. See poster below. For more information, please contact friendlystreetshamilton@gmail.com  

Event: Street Audit on November 2, 2017

Event: Street Audit on November 2, 2017

Friendly Streets Hamilton is hosting a street audit event on November 2nd with a focus on businesses. For more information, check out the Facebook event page here: Street Audit with a Focus on Business.

Toronto’s Bloor bike lanes have positive economic impact, study finds

Toronto’s Bloor bike lanes have positive economic impact, study finds

The results of a two-year study of Toronto’s Bloor bike lanes have been released. The study, conducted by the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation, reports that the Bloor bike lanes have had a positive economic impact on the city. For more information, and to read the full report, click here: Economic Impact Study of Bike…

Should Hamilton follow Vancouver’s lead?

Should Hamilton follow Vancouver’s lead?

Jason Leach recently wrote a piece for Raise the Hammer on cycling infrastructure in Vancouver and outlines changes that could be made to Hamilton’s bike lanes. Read Jason’s piece here.

Bay Street Bike Lane Launch Event

Bay Street Bike Lane Launch Event

Councillor Jason Farr has announced on his Facebook page that there will be a launch event for the Bay Street Bike Lanes on October 27th at 11:00 am. Stay tuned for updates.

Announcing #PacManHam

Announcing #PacManHam

  Announcing #PacManHam, our sequel to 2015’s #HammerKart for 100In1Day Hamilton 2017! WHY: Bike lanes work best when they’re part of a fully connected grid network for maximum safety and convenience. A recent study out of Seville, Spin showed that the number of bike lanes in a city correlated to numbers of riders, but the…