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​Bike Programs

Pick up a copy of The Spring and Summer Recreation Guide (or view online) to register for one of the following Bike Skills and Safety Training Sessions.

Bike Basics

Get ready for fun on your bike by joining this interactive workshop. Participants will learn about proper bike fit, safety equipment, street signs, signalling, stopping and how to ride. Whether you’re just learning to ride a bike or want to sharpen your skills, Bike Basics will get you riding with more confidence. At the end of the program there will be a family-friendly bike ride. Required equipment: Bike in good working order with a bell, CSA certified bike helmet, comfortable clothing including running shoes.

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Bicycling

In this program, bike riders will learn signalling, shoulder checks, straight line riding, braking, stopping, turning and weaving. By the end of this program riders will be confident cycling on Brampton’s roads. All instructors are CAN-BIKE certified. Prerequisite: Participants must be able to ride a bike. Required Equipment: Bike in good working order with a working bell, CSA certified bike helmet, comfortable clothing including running shoes.

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The Region of Peel Cyclists Handbook

Join thousands of people in Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon who ride bicycles because it’s convenient, healthy, inexpensive and fun.

This handbook will teach you about your bicycle, our traffic laws and safe cycling habits. When riding your bike, always remember to use your best judgement, take your time, and have fun!

Bike Lanes in Brampton

The City is building a network of well-connected bike lanes and recreational trails that will make travel by bike a safe and desirable option for school, work, recreation, and other trips. Here are some examples of existing and future types of bike facilities you will find in Brampton.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​