Discover Brampton’s hidden gems with guided community bike tours

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Published June 23, 2022 at 9:52 am

Looking for a way to keep fit this summer and learn more about Brampton’s paths less travelled? Then consider signing up for a Brampton Community Ride.

From May to September, the city hosts casual cycling tours that take riders through Brampton to discover trails and routes across the city.


With 5 km or 15 km routes available for cyclists of different comfort levels, the tours are held nearly every week and are guided by the Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee.

The next Community Ride is happening this Sunday (June 26) and starts at the Dairy Queen parking lot at 9715 James Potter Rd. before taking cyclists along multi-use paths on Williams Pkwy. Trail, James Potter Rd. and Financial Dr. and looping back to the Dairy Queen.

The rides typically last between 45 minutes to an hour and a half, and guests are encouraged to register online ahead of time.

All cyclists are welcome, whether you live in Brampton or are just visiting.

Proper helmet use is strongly encouraged and is mandatory for riders under 18 years old.

Complimentary refreshments are provided to participants at the end or mid-point of the ride, depending on the route.

For a full list of upcoming Community Ride routes or to learn more about Brampton;s cycling tours visit Brampton.ca.

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