Citizen volunteers advising City Council on cycling issues


Community Ride: Streetsville / Old Meadowvale Village

2017 DATE:  Saturday, June 10, 2017 @ 10:00 am

Further details about the 2017 ride (start, map image, GPS route, distance) will appear here

*ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN*

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(ARCHIVE) Saturday, August 6, 2016 @ 10:00 am  125 riders registered

MEET:  Streetsville Village Square, by Murphy's Ice Cream Parlor, located at 9 Main Street (map).

PARKING:  There is no parking at the Village Square.  One free option is Vic Johnston Community Centre (map) at 335 Church St.  Another is the Streetsville GO Station (map) at 45 Thomas Street (at Mississauga Road).

WARD 11:  We are pleased that Ward 11 Councillor George Carlson will be joining us on this ride which is in his ward!  Thanks also to the Streetsville BIA for help to promote this ride!

FEATURES:  Old Meadowvale Village, Ontario's first designated Heritage District.  Unpaved trail through Meadowvale Conservation Area (*all-paved bypass available).  Two (2) crossings of the Credit River, the jewel of Mississauga.  Starts and ends at new Streetsville Village Square.  NOTE: FREE Admission to Meadowvale Conservation Area by bike.

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: 17.5 km round-trip for full route shown at left; 16.3 km for all-paved variation via Old Derry Road West*]

GPS route MAP   (includes ~1km easy-ride unpaved
    trail through Conservation Area) 
CUE SHEET - full route  (1p PDF) 

GPS route MAP - all paved 
     (*by-passes Conservation Area )
CUE SHEET - all-paved  (1p PDF) 

 

 

 

View of the unpaved MEADOWVALE CONSERVATION AREA TRAIL:

THIS RIDE CELEBRATES BIKE MONTH