Posts tagged: Bells on Danforth

Bells on Danforth: Sunday, September 14, 2014

By , September 1, 2014 10:38 pm

 

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It’s been a long wait, but Bells on Danforth is almost here again! Ward 29 Bikes has teamed up with Ward 30 Bikes, Ward 31 Bikes, 32 Spokes, TO35Cycles, and Ward 36 Cyclists to bring you the third edition of this popular family ride We’re meeting as usual at East Lynn Park (on Danforth one block west of Woodbine) to begin the ride but this time we’re going to Toronto City Hall to join the big party at BIKESTOCK. Check out the Bells on Danforth site for full details about this year’s ride. Gather at East Lynn Park at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 14.

 

Bells on Danforth: Saturday, May 11, 2013

By , April 30, 2013 10:41 pm

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Once again, several local cycling advocacy groups are joining forces to bring you the second annual Bells on Danforth bike ride. This family-friendly event to celebrate cycling on the Danforth takes place on Saturday, May 11, the day before Mother’s Day.  Our pedal-powered parade starts at East Lynn Park (on Danforth, one block west of Woodbine) at noon. We’ll ride to Queen’s Park, where we’ll join groups from Bells on Yonge, Bells on Bloor, and Walk Toronto at the Cycle and Sole rally. Join us at the ride, and watch the Bells on Danforth site for more information.

Bells on Danforth ride: Saturday, June 2, 2012

By , April 22, 2012 9:22 pm

Representatives from the four cycling advocacy groups along the Danforth—Ward 29 Bikes, SoDa Bikes, DECA Bikes, and 32 Spokes—are joining forces this year to organize the inaugural Bells on Danforth bike ride, a family-friendly event to celebrate cycling on the Danforth. Join us for a leisurely group ride along Danforth Avenue and Bloor Street, where we’ll meet the Bells on Bloor and Bells on Yonge group rides before heading down to Queen’s Park to finish our ride at the Cycle and Sole rally. Watch the Bells on Danforth website for more information in coming weeks.

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