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Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC) Community Rides
The citizen member volunteers of the Mississauga Advisory Cycling Committee (MCAC) organize a free community ride series from May to October sponsored by the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA).
The 2019 Community Ride series will feature free rides in all corners of the city. The community rides are scheduled for Saturday mornings and range between 5 and 20 kilometers. Rides kick off with a safety talk and ride briefing before participants split into groups based on speed, distance, and skill level. MCAC members and volunteer marshals then lead the groups at a leisurely pace, following traffic rules, and leaving no participants behind.
The 2019 Community Ride schedule will be posted soon along with registration details.
Port Credit Slow Roll
Port Credit Slow Roll 2019 Community Bike Rides departing from J C Saddington Park north parking lot at 7 pm on the following dates:
- April 25th
- May 9th
- May 23rd
- June 6th
- June 20th
- July 4th
- July 18th
- August 1st
- August 15th
- August 29th
- September 12th
- September 26th
Events are subject to weather related cancellations. Notification of cancellations to be 3 hours or more prior to the event.
Join the Port Credit Slow Roll Facebook site or register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Streetsville Slow Roll
Streetsville Slow Roll is a series of casual cycling tours starting and ending in Streetsville, Mississauga weekly on Wednesday evenings from May until October. Led by volunteer citizen members of the Streetsville community with help from the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee, these group rides are an opportunity for residents to explore central Mississauga on their bikes. The 2019 season is sponsored by Creditview Animal & Bird Hospital. All rides are followed by free refreshments (usually freezies) provided courtesy of Creditview Animal & Bird Hospital!
You can register online by 4:00 pm on the Tuesday preceding the ride. Registrants must then sign-in at the tent/table at the meeting place prior to the ride and receive their coloured tag to indicate they have registered. Registered participants should arrive at least 15 minutes early to sign in. The tag must be clearly visible during the ride to identify participants, and must be returned at the end of the Ride to receive a freezie. Participants can also register in person at the ride, however this is limited to space available, and everyone is encouraged to register online beforehand. If registering in person, participants should arrive at least 30 minutes early to complete the written forms.
*NEW* CANCELLATION POLICY: If warranted by the weather forecast, rides will be cancelled ahead of the ride day. Cancellation decisions will be made by the end of business on the day prior to the ride, and be communicated to all registered riders by e-mail, and posted to the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/547659965685454/ and via other social media platforms.
NOTE: There will be NO Rain Dates or rescheduling for cancelled Rides.
- The community rides start with a safety talk to remind participants about the community ride safety guidelines. Please review the safety guidelines before attending a ride.
- All community ride participants are required to wear a bicycle helmet during the ride. Read about helmet safety before attending a ride.
- Always safety check your bike before attending a community ride. Use this quick and easy ABCD Quick Check to make sure all parts are working properly and your bike is safe to ride.