There is a huge need to continue to improve safe cycling in the downtown core, and to provide cycling opportunities for people in rural or remote communities too.
The Ottawa Historical Society is here to inform readers of Ottawa’s long history of biking!
Riders in our city now have access to an impressive suite of interactive maps for route planning.
Since 2014, over 3,000 new cyclists hit the streets of Ottawa in response to EnviroCentre’s Bike to Work Month campaign.
Take your bike for a quick and free tune-up at City Hall (May 1–19) or Lansdowne Park (May 21–28).
Local cycling advocates recommend by-law should require bike parking at all public buildings, workplaces, and commercial buildings
The Bike Ottawa report makes five key recommendations to improve cycling throughout our city.
2017 marks the 140th anniversary of the first bicycle in the Nation’s Capital and apt613 is giving away two passes to the Bicycle Film Festival.