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BikeCamp TO

Toronto Cyclists Union

Saturday, October 17, 2009 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

BikeCamp TO

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Toronto Cyclists Union - Member 11 Tickets Ended CA$10.00 CA$0.95
General Admission (non-members) 10 Tickets Ended CA$20.00 CA$1.30

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The Toronto Cyclists Union is proud to present BikeCamp TO, a series of participant-driven workshops related to various aspects of cycling -- from the playfullness of art bikes & fashion, to the politics of cycling advocacy.

It's an opportunity for those who ride, and have an interest in cycling in Toronto, to come together and share ideas. 

Think, Ideas Factory -- Not, Complaints Department.

The day-long workshop, including lunch, will consist of presentations, group brainstorming sessions, and group discussion regarding next steps.  A preliminary agenda will be intertwined with open format discussions.

Not to be missed if you are interested in learning more, and/or getting involved in day-to-day cycling concerns!

  • Session runs from 10am to 5pm
  • Casual BYO party from 5pm to 7pm ; )

More info at  http://bikeunion.to/event/2009/07/24/bikecamp-09

To become a member of the Toronto Cyclists Union, please visit http://bikeunion.to/join

Have questions about BikeCamp TO? Contact Toronto Cyclists Union
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When & Where

Centre for Social Innovation
215 Spadina Ave. Suite 400
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2C7

Saturday, October 17, 2009 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

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Toronto Cyclists Union

The Toronto Cyclists Union provides a strong, unified voice for Toronto cyclists.

We are the first city-wide membership-based cycling advocacy organization bringing together cyclists from all across Toronto. Cyclists like you: Join us to help strengthen our collective voice.

We work together with all stakeholders - citizens, community groups, bike shops and the City to improve our culture of cycling, and towards the common goals of ensuring that cycling is a legitimate, accessible, and safe means of transportation.

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