Bike Calgary and CMHA Event Partnership

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Bike Calgary is pleased to announce its bike partnership with Canadian Mental Health Association – Calgary Region (CMHA Calgary) for the Ride Don’t Hide event on Sunday, June 14, 2020. The event is the largest mental health bike ride in Canada, with 550 participants expected at the Calgary event raising funds for the Canadian Mental Health Association. With options over long or short distance rides, this community event, as part of the overall National movement, will raise funds for local mental health programs and services. Watch for information in our April newsletter, on our website or visit us at the event at our stand. Go to: https://cmha.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=502 for information about the ride and how you can be part of this event. Bike Calgary welcome comments through its Forums for any…
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Bike Calgary is now on Strava!

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You can now follow the club on Strava! The App is free to use and you can log your rides, small or long, fast or leisurely to show Calgary our tire tracks and seek out other like minded cyclists and routes. Review the club for event updates and stats. Simply join Strava using your smartphone or compatible device and search for our club with our logo!
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WHAT’S IN A CALGARY CYCLIST’S CHRISTMAS STOCKING?

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What do Calgary’s cyclists really need for Christmas? Most people will get the usual pair of socks (cyclist related of course!) or sometimes the persistent hint appears under the tree, but is there something the Calgary cyclist actually needs to endure the cycling season in our beautiful City? We’ve all flicked through the glossy magazines and seen all those nice to have items screaming out to make it on your Christmas list, but the Calgary cyclist endures more…….the cold! So is there a real problem we can't really solve? OK so the Summer months we can discount and that’s debatable as to even when that will actually appear, but for the rest of the year our altitude and wonderful climate brings a 6 am chill, which even to the hardiest…
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