TORONTO, April 21, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - On Saturday, May 7, The Toronto Bicycling Network (TBN) kicks off its 2016 cycling season with a morning of refreshments, company and bike rides at Etienne Brule Park near Old Mill.
Both non-members and members are welcome at this annual event. From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. there will be snacks and information about cycling, as well as bicycle essentials and prizes, followed by a series of group bike rides of various distances. Reps from Cycle Toronto and Velofix will be on hand to offer additional information and assistance.
"We're offering a chance for cyclists to meet other cyclists, and explore some of the wonderful bike routes that this city has to offer," said Ed Weiss, TBN Communications Director. "We really think we have something for every cyclist, whether you want to ride gently along the paved bike trails in the city, or prefer a longer ride out into the country."
A variety of group rides for cyclists of all skill levels will depart between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Volunteers will be on hand to recommend a ride suitable for anyone unfamiliar with the club.
The usual $5 fee for non-members is waived on this day and for the entire month of May.
Bring your bike, meet people and learn all about The Toronto Bicycling Network.
About Toronto Bicycling Network: Founded in 1983, TBN is a not-for profit organization with almost 1,000 members and is one of the friendliest clubs you can cycle with. During the spring, summer, and fall, TBN offers an abundance of cycling activities for riders of all levels. TBN also organizes a variety of other activities, including hiking, city walks, spinning, ice-skating and weekend excursions.
About Cycle Toronto: Cycle Toronto is a diverse, member-supported organization that advocates for a healthy, safe, cycling-friendly city for all.
About Velofix: The largest fleet of mobile bike shops in North America.
For more information about The Toronto Bicycling Network, please visit www.tbn.ca.
SOURCE The Toronto Bicycling Network Inc
For further information: about the event, contact, Ed Weiss, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-558-0202