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Keddy Access Trail to open by end of 2020

We’re starting to see some awesome pictures and video of the Claremont/Keddy Access Trail, the multi-use trail that will allow us to cycle between the lower city and the mountain by way of a protected path, separated from the road with a…

#bikemonthbingo

We’re taking part in Bike Month this September and to celebrate we created #bikemonthbingo! Take part by completing the bingo card by visiting or finding the items below, complete any row or column on the card, and share your row with us on social media for your chance to win…

Save Bike Share in Hamilton – We’re Not Done Yet

At approximately 1am this morning, Hamilton City Council defeated an interim motion to save our bike share and instead voted to put the bikes into storage. This is not the outcome we had been working towards and we believe it is the wrong decision for Hamilton. The defeated motion was…

Creating Space During COVID-19

May 14, 2020 Mayor Eisenberger and Members of Council, COVID-19 has presented innumerable challenges to Hamiltonians, who have stood together to flatten the curve and maintain healthy and safe communities. The most effective tool at our disposal is continued physical distancing practices to prevent the spread of the virus. However,…

Vision Zero Hamilton: Walkabouts in Keith Neighbourhood

Feb 4th and 5th– Friendly Streets for Vision Zero Hamilton took to the streets of the Keith neighbourhood to explore what can be done for improved walking and cycling conditions and neighbourhood liveability in the area. Keith is a Ward 3 neighbourhood with major arterial roads running through/across it. The…

Meet Cora, our February Member of the Month!

Meet Cora, our newest Member of the Month! When we asked Cora about her relationship with cycling, she told us: “I have been a proud member of Cycle Hamilton since inception. Recently, my small business, Hamilton Trike, also became a business member. I am thankful that we have this organization…

Voice your support for connecting the Hunter St cycling gap

On Monday, the City’s Public Works Committee voted against receiving an information report from staff about the Hunter St bicycle connection. As reported by CBC Hamilton and The Hamilton Spectator, this vote doesn’t mean that the bicycle lane is cancelled, but it could be cancelled if…

Update on Herkimer & Queen

Blog post by Jamie Stuckless A big thank you to Councillor Wilson and City staff for re-designing the Herkimer & Queen intersection with cycling safety in mind. As part of the two-way conversation on Queen St, a traffic light is being added at Herkimer. To enhance safety for people cycling…