Citizen volunteers advising City Council on cycling issues


Community Ride: Mississauga City Centre

(ARCHIVE) DATE:  Saturday, May 28, 2016 @ 2:00 pm. 
150 riders registered

MEET:  Community Common Park (map) on Princess Royal Drive

PARKING:  FREE Parking under City Hall (across the street)

FREE REFRESHMENTS:  After the ride, at Second Cup outdoor patio (they have frozen drinks), across the street from Community Common Park at 4100 Living Arts Drive (map)

SPECIAL RIDE:  The MCAC is hosting the annual meeting of the Joint Committee of Cycling Advisory Committees from SW Ontario in the morning.  The representatives of these municipal committees will be joining us on this group ride in the afternoon around the Mississauga City Centre -- our "Downtown" -- in order to see how we conduct our public Community Rides, and to experience the cycling infrastructure in the City of Mississauga's downtown core.

FEATURES:  We will be riding past key destinations such as the "Marilyns" towers and Sheridan College as well as riding the Burnhamthorpe Trail, Cooksville Creek Trail and Woodington Green Trail (photos below).

NOTE: The FREE Community Rides are a series of casual cycling tours in all corners of Mississauga from May until October. Led by citizen member volunteers of the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC), group rides are an opportunity for residents to explore Mississauga on their bikes.

RIDE WITH GPS!  [Distance: 14.3 km round-trip]

GPS route MAP
CUE SHEET  (1p PDF)