BikeKitchener promotes and fosters a sustainable cycling culture among Kitchener residents of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Whether residents are looking for information on cycling routes, safety tips, promotional events or upcoming projects, BikeKitchener provides information, resources, and support to those interested in cycling.
There are a number of trails in Cambridge: Blair Trail, Brewster Trail, Devil's Creek Trail, Grand Trunk Trail, Living Levee Trail, Mill Run Trail, Northview Heights Trail and Cambridge to Paris Rail-Trail.
City of Waterloo trails take you through Uptown Waterloo, parkland, natural areas, woodlands and creek corridors. Started over fifteen years ago, our network of trails has grown to over one hundred and twenty kilometres in length.
Come and embark on the beautiful on road cycling routes in Woolwich. A great day of riding awaits you with many stops at local bakeries, restaurants, other local tourist attractions. Enjoys these scenic routes!
Saddle up and prepare to loop out at the McLennan bike park - a specialized cycling facility geared to BMX and free-ride cyclists of all ages, unique in southwestern Ontario.
Located at McLennan Park on Ottawa Street South, our bike park features the following four dedicated bike courses, ranked appropriately - beginner, intermediate and advanced - based on skill level.
Bruce County has something for everyone, provided everyone likes to ride fast and get dirty. 12,500 acres of pure cycling wilderness laced with heart breaking scenery, rivers, roots and rock. This is arguably the sweetest single track in Ontario. So bring your date, your mother your friend or brother (and don’t forget your bike).
The Tay Shore Trail is an exciting opportunity for the residents and guests of Tay Township to be physically active and to enjoy nature. In 2004, the Trans Canada Trail Foundation gifted the 17 km of abandoned CN rail corridor to Tay Township. Its a great paved trail for running, biking and hiking!
An 18,000 - kilometer recreational corridor winding its way through every Province and territory, linking 800 communities along its route. When completed, this will be the longest trail of its kind in the world, connecting our regions, our three oceans and our people in a new way for generations to come.
The Walter Bean Grand River Trail is designed to ensure an educational, environmental, and recreational heritage for generations to come. When the last meter is in place, the Trail will run some 78 kilometers in the proximity of the Grand River and will extend the existing Cambridge-to-Hamilton trail system as one continuous pathway through Kitchener, Waterloo, and Woolwich to north of West Montrose.
Whether your trails include walking, birdwatching, bicycling, scenic drives or motorcycle tours you can experience some of the region's most spectacular natural beauty. Kitchener offers over 100 kilometres of community trails throughout the city suitable for walking, jogging, bicycling, walking the dog or even bird watching. These well-marked and groomed stone dust trails are frequented by residents and visitors alike
GORBA is the largest group in Guelph devoted to the needs of the off-road cyclist since 1992. By providing a group voice, we can preserve, maintain, and even increase the trail network in the Guelph area. As a group we can participate in discussions with other trail user groups, and with organizations such as the Grand River Conservation Authority and the City of Guelph.
Randonneurs Ontario is a cycling club affiliated with the Audax Club Parisien, the parent organization governing the qualification of riders wishing to participate in the 1200K Paris - Brest - Paris Randonnee
The Fighting Koalas of Kitchener-Waterloo is an age group team designed for athletes of all ages and abilities. Whether you are a beginner, novice, or an advanced triathlete, the Fighting Koalas with personal training, training plans and on-line coaching, will take you to an entirely new level.
Mountain Biking At Its Best !
Mountain bikers dedicated to the trails at Turkey Point. With access to over 40km of single track TPMBC is committed to the preservation, maintenance and development of mountain biking in the Turkey Point area. TPMBC was formed in 2011 by a group of local enthusiasts that have been riding in this area for 20 years. Through a partnership with the local land managers, and following the knowledge base developed by IMBA we are working towards making Turkey Point a destination mountain bike area.
The focus of the Waterloo Cycling Club is the development and support of competitive cyclists. The club provides programs for cyclists of all ages in pursuit of fitness, health, and skill development. The club strongly promotes safe and responsible cycling.
Adventure Cycling Association’s nonprofit mission is to inspire people of all ages to travel by bicycle for fitness, fun, and self-discovery. As America's largest recreational cycling association, it has developed the National Bicycle Route Network, encompassing more than 38,158 miles (and growing) of road and mountain bike trails, which are depicted on high-quality route maps.
This is the advocacy program of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, a small, active, non-profit consumer-funded program acting as a clearinghouse and a technical resource for bicycle helmet information. Volunteers from the BHSI serve on the ASTM bicycle helmet standard committee and are active in commenting on actions of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The Greater Victoria Bike To Work Society is a registered non-profit society governed by a board of directors, which seeks partnerships with government, business and the local community. Its mandate is to encourage and promote the use of the bicycle as transportation to work.
The Canadian Cycling Association is a National Sport Organization whose main reason for being is the organization and promotion of cycling in Canada. The activities of the Association are carried out within the constraints of sound business practices with regard to the ethics required of professional staff and to the spirit in which its volunteers function.
The CENTER FOR APPROPRIATE TRANSPORT (CAT) is a non-profit organization committed to community involvement in manufacturing, using, and advocating sustainable modes of transportation. The first organization of its kind, the Center was founded in Eugene, Oregon in the fall of 1992. Since that time we have established a number of projects under one roof designed to further this mission.
Cycle Ontario Alliance is a member-supported organization dedicated to non-competitve on-road cycling activities.
It has an active membership from across Ontario and it officially became a non-profit Ontario corporation in 2002.
The International Bicycle Fund is a non-governmental, non-profit organization, promoting sustainable transport and international understanding. Major areas of activity are non-motorized urban planning, economic development, bike safety education, responsible travel and cycle tourism, and cross-cultural, educational programs.
The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) works to promote environmentally sustainable and equitable transportation policies and projects worldwide. ITDP helps municipalities and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) implement projects which demonstrate how transport emissions and accidents can be reduced or the basic mobility of the poor can be improved. Programs include bus rapid transit, congestion pricing, pedestrianization, bicycle and pedestrian planning, brownfield revitalization, bicycle and cycle rickshaw modernization and emerging work in health-service delivery logistics. All projects are used to leverage additional resources from international development institutions and encourage private-sector participation.
The International Human Powered Vehicle Association is an association of national associations and organizations, dedicated to promoting improvement, innovation and creativity in the use of human power, especially in the design and development of human-powered vehicles.
The Livestrong Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Austin, Texas. Founded in 1997 by cancer survivor and champion cyclist, Lance Armstrong, this organization's goals are to comprehensively improve the lives of cancer survivors, encourage collaboration, share lessons learned and develop evidence-based solutions to the problems that matter.
Dave Glowacz—known worldwide as Mr. Bike—is the author of Urban Bikers’ Tricks & Tips. He and his bike have dodged cars, beat thieves, and cruised roads for over 30 years. As a certified bike instructor with the League of American Bicyclists, Dave has talked and ridden with cyclists in every North American metro area and in cities all over the world.
The mission of Cycle America is to promote a network of coast-to-coast, multi-use transportation and recreational bicycle roads and trails, which will be called the National Bicycle Greenway. The primary purpose of the Greenway is to provide safe, clean, aesthetic, and enjoyable places for people of all ages to ride a bicycle all year round. These roads and rights of way will make the joy of bicycling more available for many Americans and their families.
Recycle Cycles in Kitchener is a volunteer-run non-profit community bicycle resource centre. Our goals include promoting bicycling as an affordable & sustainable form of transportation, recycling, educating & advocating about bicycles in our community. Recycle Cycles has Public Hours (where public can use our space/tools to fix their own bike)and Volunteer Hours (where volunteers work on refurbishing donated bikes for resale).
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team In Training is the world's largest endurance sports training program. The program provides training to participate in century (100-mile) bike rides, triathlons or to run or walk marathons and half marathons. Since 1988, more than 300,000 volunteer participants have helped raise more than $700 million to fight leukemia and lymphoma.
The Family Adventure Project is a family venture to promote the benefits of adventurous family experiences. We believe environmentally sensitive, family adventure travel is good for your health, relationships, education and the planet.
The mission of the National Center for Bicycling and Walking (NCBW) is to change the way communities are planned, designed, and managed to ensure that people of all ages and abilities can walk and bike easily, safely, and regularly.
thegreenpages.ca is a grassroots web phenomenon that started in the dorm room of an environmental studies student at the University of Waterloo. It began with a large collection of links and then grew into an interactive portal highlighting the latest social-economic, environment-related news, events, and stories from across Canada.
Wheels4Life is a non-profit organization that provides bikes for people in Third-World countries in need of transportation to get to work or to school; including health care workers. This charity was founded by extreme biking legend and former Mountain Bike World Champion Hans Rey.
World Bicycle Relief’s vision is that simple sustainable mobility is an essential element in disaster relief and poverty relief. In developed and developing countries, bicycles fulfill the basic mobility needs of individuals, and have a direct impact in support of Health Care, Education, and Economic Development. Bicycles empower individuals, their families, and their communities. World Bicycle Relief's mission is to provide access to independence and livelihood through the power of bicycles.
Worldbike is an international network of bicycle designers and industry leaders, and international development professionals, working together to provide transportation solutions and create income-generating opportunities for the world’s poor.
World Carfree Network brings together organisations and individuals dedicated to promoting alternatives to car dependence and automobile-based planning at the international level and working to reduce the human impact on the natural environment while improving the quality of life for all.
The club started when a few geeks found that the urge to create choppers and tallbikes was too strong to resist. They didn't know it, but they were being goaded by messages from the future, which were intended to prepare their recipients for the imminent apocalypse. Our mission is unclear, but we do know that once we began riding these devices, it was difficult to stop.
A bicycle touring adventure is about having fun, meeting people, viewing incredible scenery and improving your mental and physical health. This web site is dedicated to providing you with information to help you have an enjoyable touring experience whether you are new to bicycle touring or someone who has already experienced many great bicycle touring adventures.
CanUSA offers tours for beginners, intermediates and advanced cyclists with diverse itineraries that encourage exploration in an intimate and exciting way. With approximately 20 tours per summer, you can discover the best of Alberta and British Columbia on a trip that suits you perfectly. CanUSA can even provide route-planning services and sag support to anyone who may require online or telephone guidance about cycling the Canadian Rockies.
With Trek Travel, you may find your experience waiting among the high peaks of the French Alps, along Ireland’s Emerald Coast, or among Northern California’s fruitful vineyards. Trek Travel will lead you there, and craft for you an experience uniquely yours, a journey uniquely Trek Travel.
WomanTours offers personalized, inn-to-inn road-bike tours exclusively for women. They design their trips for women of all ages, abilities and lifestyles in the most beautiful places across the United States, Europe, Africa and Asia, providing unique experiences that foster confidence, happiness and a sense of adventure.