In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, the City of Mississauga encourages residents to ride their bicycles, log the kilometres and help us achieve our goal of 150,000 kilometres between Thursday, June 29 and Sunday, September 17, 2017. Let’s get riding Mississauga, we need your help!
Free Community Rides
Did you know the citizen members of the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC) host free Community Rides from May through October?
The 2017 Community Rides feature 24 free rides in all corners of the city. These rides are a great opportunity for residents to explore Mississauga, meet local cyclists and enjoy a complimentary ice-cream at the end of each ride.
Click here to view the upcoming Community Rides.
Does Cycling Move You?
Have your say! Visit the Cycling Master Plan Update project website and share your feedback to help us continue to plan for a bicycle-friendly future.
Mississauga is a vibrant city with many modes of transportation available from driving, taking transit to riding a bike or walking. The City of Mississauga is committed to building a city that supports all of these ways to move.
In 2010, the Cycling Master Plan set a vision and 20 year plan to make Mississauga a bicycle-friendly city. The Does Cycling Move You? project will update the City’s plan for a connected bicycle route network and will recommend programs and policies to make Mississauga a more bicycle friendly city.
Peel Region Cyclists Handbook
The Peel Region Cyclists Handbook is a great resource for Mississauga cyclists. It’s packed with information that will help you ride safely including:
- Bicycle & helmet safety
- Rules of the road
- Riding in the city and sharing the road
Click here to view the handbook
Mississauga Cycling Map
Mississauga has approximately 480 kilometres of multi-use trails, park paths, bicycle lanes and signed bike routes. The city recently published a new cycling map that features the entire network. View, download or order a copy of the 2017 Mississauga Cycling Map and start exploring the city.