Halton Hills Cycling Forum

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The Halton Hills Bike It Committee is a working group of volunteers with a passion for promoting cycling and cycling safety. They will host their second Community Cycling Forum to discuss the future of cycling in Halton Hills.

All are welcome! If you are an avid cyclist, an occasional rider or have an interest in cycling safety, consider attending the forum to meet others and learn more. The forum will include a presentation on current cycling programs and opportunities and a facilitated discussion to:

  • Share cycling experiences
  • Identify gaps/areas for improvement
  • Generate ideas to engage more people

The forum is a free event open to all ages and abilities.

Take the quick survey below to share your thoughts.









The Halton Hills Bike It Committee is a working group of volunteers with a passion for promoting cycling and cycling safety. They will host their second Community Cycling Forum to discuss the future of cycling in Halton Hills.

All are welcome! If you are an avid cyclist, an occasional rider or have an interest in cycling safety, consider attending the forum to meet others and learn more. The forum will include a presentation on current cycling programs and opportunities and a facilitated discussion to:

  • Share cycling experiences
  • Identify gaps/areas for improvement
  • Generate ideas to engage more people

The forum is a free event open to all ages and abilities.

Take the quick survey below to share your thoughts.

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    This survey covers some of the topics that will be discussed at the upcoming cycling forum. Your input will be shared with the Halton Hills Bike It Committee.

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