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Saturday, August 12, 2017

Mississauga Community Ride - Waterfront Trail (Bike Challenge Ride) 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

BIKE CHALLENGE: This Ride is designated as the Mississauga Bike Challenge Ride in order to encourage riders to complete as many kilometres as possible on the same day and create a surge to help reach our collective goal!

DISTANCE: This is a maximum 30.7 km ride. Reduce your distance and enjoy a shorter ride if you choose! Either ride East, all the way to Etobicoke Creek Trail and back, or ride West, all the way to Rattray Marsh (Lorne Park) and back, OR do Both!

START: Lakeshore Plaza (Metro grocery store) at 406 Lakeshore Road East. Parking is central to the route.

END: Dairy King, 341 Lakeshore Road East (also on south side). FREE ice cream after the ride.

FEATURES: View the Waterfront Trail website. See images below for some sights along the way.

MARSHALLING: There will be Marshals riding all along the route. After the first 4.5 km (guided), ride at your own pace and turn-back whenever you choose. All riders will receive Maps and Cue Sheets (or download GPS, available by following the Ride Details link). Riders can stop any time along the route to rest and enjoy the waterfront parks and scenery!

NOTE: The FREE Community Rides are a series of casual cycling tours in all corners of Mississauga from May until October. Led by citizen member volunteers of the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC), group rides are an opportunity for residents to explore Mississauga on their bikes.

Location: Lakeshore Plaza (Metro grocery store), 406 Lakeshore Road East.

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