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Bike to Work Day

As part of this year’s Bike To Work Day, we want to celebrate all of the incredible cycling initiatives organizations and individuals are undertaking here in Hamilton.

Join us on Monday, May 29th for the main event: Bike to Work Day at Hamilton City Hall (7:00-9:00 am) with the main reception at 8:00 am. You can register on the Bike to Work Day tab as of May 1st to be entered to win a prize.

As you cycle to work on May 29th, stop in at the City Hall forecourt where you can re-fuel with a free healthy snack, hot & cold beverages and enter for your chance to win some amazing local prizes! There will also be vendors onsite, and as always, we will be awarding the Community in Motion Awards and hearing from strong voices in the community. Last year we broke attendance records and expect even more people to join us in 2017, as we help Hamilton #PedalItForward towards a more bicycle-friendly future!

The #PedalItForward campaign, not only highlights the many wonderful movements and activities already happening in Hamilton, but also enables cyclists to #PedalItForward by giving the gift of bicycling to a friend, family member or co-worker on Bike To Work Day!

Please be sure to register (link found below)!

http://smartcommute.ca/hamilton/bike-work-day-2017/

Posted by tdmhamont

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By chrisbrown02 (registered) | Posted May 19, 2017 at 04:28:59

I would love to join this "bike to work day" but unfortunately I'm to far away to attend this event on 29th May. Maybe I'll join it next year if it happens again I'll try to take off from my coursework writing service office. If they give me leave for 1 week or 2 weeks I would definitely join that bike to work day event because I just love cycling or you can say that I just love all the things of riding, driving etc.

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