Directions to the Event

Main Event Location:  Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre, 292 Conestoga Drive, Brampton


Parking is available in the Recreation Centre lot with additional parking at Heart Lake Secondary School and Conestoga Public School to the south of the recreation centre.

If these lots are full you may park in designated parking zones on the east or west side of Conestoga Dr. If you live close by, simply cycle to the event!UpdatePICT0091.JPG

Route Pavilions and Draw Prizes

Riders should expect to spend about 5 minutes at each pavilion.  Each stop is hosted by local experts who will explain pavillion features and then stamp each passport.  Each pavilion will also have water to top up your water bottle (no cups = no garbage generated!)  

Upon your return to Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre following your ride, visit the registration table to exchange your stamps for draw tickets.  *HINT* your last stamp is located here!

Prize Draw Policy

  • one ticket per stamp per person
  • Draw is held at 1:00 pm.
  • Winners must be present to claim prizes,

Bike Tune-Ups

You are encouraged to have your bicycle professionally tuned-up so you can ride worry-free. Visit our sponsors The Cyclepath BramptonCaledon Hills Cycling or call Vélofix Caledon. Should you need some assistance before the start of the event, minor bike repairs will be available at registration, complements of our sponsor Vélofix Caledon. Our mechanics were very busy last year, so plan ahead! Should you have a break down on the route, you can contact Vélofix Caledon at or 1-855-835-6349.

Kids Bike Rodeo

Geared to ages 3 to 9, the bike rodeo provides an opportunity for  young cyclists to practice and develop skills that will help them to cycle safely and with confidence. The goal of any bicycle rodeo is to provide an opportunity for the participants to learn, practice and demonstrate their bicycle handling skills in a fun, educational way. Kids develop cycling skills by: practicing basic cycling techniques, learning basic bicycle mechanics, checking proper helmet fit, participating in bike safety education, participating in a series of bike handling drills and simulated infrastructure and common traffic situations.

The bike rodeo will run between 9:00 am - 12:00 pm on event day!