Cycling in the city masthead
June 2022
In this issue:
  • Bike maps: City of Waterloo and Region of Waterloo
  • Active transportation project updates
  • Waterloo Park Circuit design and open house
  • History on Wheels
  • Did you know? Can-Bike programs
  • Bicycle events
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Updated City of Waterloo bike map!
The City of Waterloo cycling map has been updated. Copies are available at City Hall (100 Regina Street), the Service Centre (265 Lexington Court) or the Visitor Information Centre (10 Father David Bauer Drive).
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Region of Waterloo bike map
The Region of Waterloo also updated their bike map for 2021, highlighting public art, scenic historic bridges and the Hydrocut mountain biking trails. It is available online, with print maps available at select locations.
A family out for a bicycle ride
Active transportation project updates
We know construction season can be tough on cyclists and pedestrians, but we look forward to bringing you several improvements to our active transportation network in 2022:
Aerial view of Waterloo Park with text reading Waterloo Park Circuit
Waterloo Park Circuit design and open house
Join us for an Open House on Thursday, June 9 between 4 and 8 p.m. (drop-in) at the Harvest Tables in Waterloo Park to view the draft designs for the Waterloo Park Circuit, learn more about the project and ask questions. (If it's raining, we'll be inside the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex, Room 200.)

The Waterloo Park Circuit project will connect the east and west sides of the park, and improve access to natural areas in the park.
History on Wheels
The City of Waterloo Museum is hosting a History on Wheels: New Bikers Tour on Saturday, June 11 at 10 a.m., perfect for families, newer cyclists and those who enjoy shorter rides. Along the 1.5 hour route (with breaks), bikers will explore trails and experience historic Waterloo locations. Tickets are $3 per person and available through Eventbrite or the city.

More experienced bikers can experience the History on Wheels: Experienced Cyclists Tour on Sunday, June 19 at 3 p.m. Bikers will discover Waterloo through trails and roadways, visiting some of the most historic spots in Waterloo. Tickets are $3 per person and available through Eventbrite or the city.
Image of kids on bikes with text that reads Can Bike
Did you know? Can-Bike programs
The City of Waterloo is once again offering Can-Bike programs for youth and adults, with courses available for many ages and skill levels. Details and registration are on our Active Waterloo website.
Bicycle events
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