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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Mississauga Community Ride - Culham Trail 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

START / END: Erindale Park parking lot, 1695 Dundas Street West. FREE refreshments after the ride.

FEATURE: The ride coincides with the annual trout and salmon run (migration) upstream on the Credit River. View the Credit Valley Conservation webpage about viewing locations and tips.

IMPORTANT - TYPE OF BIKE: Use of a hybrid, touring or mountain bike is essential (route NOT suitable for road bikes). Tire width should be at least 32mm. The trail is often rugged and/or steep. There is no paved alternative for the trail portion of the route.

CHALLENGE: This is a ride through a beautiful section of Mississauga with some great views of the Credit River and its surrounding natural environment. However, riders who are considering this ride need to be aware of the challenges associated with it. It is not suitable for small children. Bikes should be in good repair.

Riders should be reasonably fit to handle this ride based on the following characteristics:

- Of the total distance of 27.8 km, ~ 30% of the ride is on unpaved trails, consisting of crushed stone and gravel.
- In some places the gravel is quite loose; caution is required to maintain lateral stability on the bike.
- There are (3) very steep climbs ranging from 100M to 300M in total length, one of which is on an unpaved trail.
- There are two very steep descents with sharp turns in the middle and at the bottom. One is on an unpaved trail. The other descent is paved but levels out onto a gravel section. Extreme caution is required for these descents.
- Ensure brakes are functioning efficiently, as riders will have to be applying their brakes for the entire descent to avoid a serious collision. There is also an option to walk bikes down these hills.

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: Erindale Park parking lot, 1695 Dundas Street West

Reimagining the Mall - Walking Audit [South Common] 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Join us as we tour the South Common community and learn the ins and outs of what makes the area walkable. We'll examine the factors that affect pedestrian experience, and work together to identify changes that could make the area more walkable in the future.

Spots are limited, so register soon!

Location: South Common Community Centre, Gladys Hagen Seniors' Room, 2233 South Millway

Albion Hills Community Farm Open House 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Albion Hills Community Farm is having an open house event. Participate in the Honey Garlic Festival and learn more about the outdoor activities offered at the conservation area!

Pick Your Own Garlic! Try tasty garlic delights! Play garlic games! Shop your veggies from our On-Farm market. Fun for the whole family!

Seeking some adventure? Learn more about the activities offered at the Albion Hills Conservation Area from mountain biking through the woods to exploring the hiking trails!

Free admission & free parking.

Any Questions and press inquiries please email

Location: Albion Hills Community Farm, 16555 Humber Station Road

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