Community Rides

City of Mississauga Rides

The City of Mississauga has organized free community rides from May to October.  The 2021 Community Ride series will feature bike routes across the city for all skill levels. 

This year, the City will map out the bike routes in advance and share the maps online so that residents of all ages and cycling abilities can enjoy a route in their neighbourhood either solo or with members of their own household, while following COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.  Wayfinding will also be set up to help guide riders along the route.

In place of in-person group rides, residents can engage with members of their community by taking photos and sharing on social media using the hashtag #SaugaCommunityRides.


For the safety of all road and trail users, cyclists are reminded to follow the rules of the road, be courteous to other trail users and obey all shared trail etiquette. Helmets must be worn by cyclists under the age 18, however everyone is encouraged to wear a helmet when riding their bike.

When getting outdoor exercise, residents are advised to follow COVID-19 guidelines by staying at least two metres (six feet) from those not in their household and wearing a mask when physical distancing cannot be maintained, even when outdoors.


Click on the rides below for more information, including route maps:

2021 Rides: maps and markings are still available

Community Led Rides

  • Streetsville Slow Roll
  • Roll Cooksville
  • Port Credit Slow Roll

Come out and join a slow roll in Mississauga! Slow rolls are leisurely bike rides that take place in the communities of Streetsville, Cooksville, and Port Credit. These casually-paced rides usually range from 5km to 10km. Explore the city by bike on trails, bike lanes, and neighbourhood streets, all while making new connections with community members along the way. For further information on participating in a slow roll, please see our events calendar.