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June 6-15, 2014 

 

Group of cyclists heading out for a ride

Bike Week encourages HRM residents to get out and EXPLORE...

EXPLORE new neighbourhoods. There are events happening all over HRM – rural, suburban & urban.

EXPLORE our active transportation greenways. HRM has more than 130 km of multi-use trails.

EXPLORE cycling.  It’s a healthy, sustainable way of getting around and many of our events are suitable for new cyclists or those who have not been riding for a while.

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Bike Week 2014: Grant Applications

The HRM Bike Week Committee also offers Bike Week event grants. The application for Grants has passed, and we are currently reviewing all submissions.

This grant program exists to encourage and support groups in hosting Bike Week events within their own communities, and to ensure events align with HRM Bike Week goals and objectives. Grants are available in amounts up to $150 each, and the funding may be used for food, equipment, promotion, prizes, and speaker honorariums. A limited number of ‘special’ grants of up to $2,000 each will be considered this year. These special grants will only be awarded to events that can produce high attendance numbers, present unique opportunities in HRM, or capture our theme area this year, which is youth.

 

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Are you interested in sponsoring Bike Week 2014?

Click here for more info.

 

Thank you to our Bike Week 2013 Sponsors!

Primary Sponsors

Mountain Equipment Co-op Logo

 

HRM

Southwest Properties logo

Crombie

 

Gold Sponsors

 

Nova Scotia Power
KPMG Logo
Moshka Yoga Logo

Silver Sponsor

Halifax Harbour Bridges Logo

 

 

"Bike to Business" Sponsors

 

Visit select shops on Quinpool Road and in Downtown Dartmouth and enjoy special offers when you present your bike helmet.

 

Quinpool Road
Downtown Dartmouth

Tips for safe riding from the Halifax Regional Police

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Bike Week events are organized by local individuals, groups, associations or Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) to encourage bicycling for recreation, transportation and sport.  Participating in any of the events is on a voluntary basis and HRM is not responsible or liable for any injury, loss, or damage.  HRM is not responsible for, nor liable for these events promoted on the HRM Bike Week schedule that are organized by local individuals, groups or associations.