In July 2022, Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) officers assigned to 1 District (St. Catharines / Thorold) commenced a mischief investigation after receiving reports of intentional damage to the Canada Summer Games Mountain Bike Course, located in the Glenridge / Western Hill area of St. Catharines.
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“Transportation is about more than just cars and streets,” said Brian Applebee, manager of transportation services for the City. “It’s about providing alternative and sustainable ways to connect residents to the places they need to go, both within the city and beyond our borders.”
The province is investing $50 million dollars this year from its carbon market to fund this and other new initiatives that support commuter cycling infrastructure.
If you are looking to join a group ride for the first time, whether it is for a charity event or a local club ride, there a few things to remember that will help make your experience enjoyable.
Thanks to the ongoing efforts of the Town of Fort Erie and The Niagara Parks Commission (NPC), cyclists will soon be able to enjoy a seamless ride along the Niagara River Recreation Trail system between Riverwalk and Bowen Road.
Taking a few extra minutes going over your bike and your equipment ahead of time can make all the difference on how you experience your first ride of the year.