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We're launching a new website!

In the next week or so, Bike Calgary will be launching its new website. We are proud to be hosted on a Canadian server, with a local Calgary-based company, the switch over to the new service provider and the new format, users will have to re-activitate their log-in information, including creating a new password. We encourage everyone to keep an eye on this site to see the new page! Try out our updated commenting tool to participate in a conversation with other Calgary cyclists, and read the news posts. While we have tried to update as much information as possible, there is likely going to be some out-of-date information. If you find old links or info, feel free to let us know at

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Bike Calgary's AGM Oct. 16 - We are looking for new Board members!

Bike Calgary 2018 AGM


Bike Calgary is holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at Communitywise (223 12 Ave SW). Doors open at 6:30 pm and we'll start the meeting at 7:00.

We will have a keynote speaker, tell you about what we've done over the last year, cover some board business (financials), and elect up to 4 new Board members.

Interested in becoming more active in Bike Calgary? Consider running for a role on the Board of Directors! You can add your name to the list of nominees by completing this Google Form.

We'd love to have you come out and find out what Bike Calgary is up to, and perhaps look into how you can help out!


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BOW RIVER PATHWAY CLOSURES - 14th Street NW to 29th Street NW

The closure of the north side Bow River Pathway between 14th Street and 29th Street NW has caught many people off-guard and, due to the suddenness of the closure and the lack of clear detour signage, has caused understandable frustration.

Bike Calgary recognizes that the Bow River Pathway is arguably one of the most popular active travel and recreation corridors for Calgarians, particularly for Calgarians looking to travel efficiently and comfortably by bike between the northwest and downtown. People of all ages and all experience levels depend upon it to get them around safely. As such, we have been in communication with City staff, advocating for a detour that preserves and similar level of active mode connectivity as the pathway, that is easy to follow, safe and comfortable, and that provides equitable travel opportunities for all modes.

In relation to the closure, City staff provided Bike Calgary with the following map outlining the closures and suggested cycling and pedestrian detours for the mid-July to mid-October duration of the closure.

Above: Pathway closure and detour map provided by City of Calgary.