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Jul 6 - Vélo Québec's "Kingston-Brockville Real Time” from Kingston to Brockville; Ending in Brockville (VIA Rail back to Montreal) 12 - 30 cyclists,

Jul 24 - Vélo Québec's "Thousand Islands” from Picton to Cornwall; Overnight in Brockville, 12 - 20 cyclists,

Jul 24 - CycleCanada's 20th Annual "BiQue Ride" from Toronto to Montreal; through Brockville in early afternoon, 10 - 20 cyclists,

Jul 30- Friends for Life Bike Rally (Toronto to Montreal): en route to Johnstown for the night; afternoon break in Brockville (roughly 1 - 3 pm), 400+ cyclists,

Aug 14 - Great Waterfront Trail Adventure from Brighton to Cornwall; Lunch in Brockville en route from Gananoque to Iroquois, 100 - 200 cyclists,

Sept 20 - Ottawa Bicycle Club Saturday tour Kemptville – Brockville & return, 15 - 30 cyclists,

Sep 21 - 2nd Annual Canadian Paramedic Memorial Ride Toronto to Ottawa – overnight in Brockville, 50 - 75 cyclists,


How you can help:

-Promote and practice responsible “Share the Road” behaviour, and encourage the same from others. (It’s the law – bicycles are vehicles under the Highway Traffic Act)

-Help cyclists find their way back onto the Waterfront Trail route (Downtown, it’s simple – the Trail follows Water St).

-Refer cyclists to Cranks Bicycle Shoppe for service & accessories (81 King St W, on the south side, “between the book stores”)

-Refer cyclists to the Tourism Office for local information.

-If it’s late in the day and the cyclists are on bikes loaded with camping gear, no accompanying vehicle and no place to stay, refer them to St. Lawrence Park with its “always room for cyclists” policy.

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