Bring your bike for breakfast!
Kingston's Cycling Week kicked off at Queen’s with a free Roll-in Breakfast on Monday, June 1 from 7 to 9:30 am. Bicycle commuters joined Cycle Kingston in front of Stauffer Library for fruit, muffins and coffee. Local bicycle shop staff were on hand to perform free bike checks for participants.
Two more roll-in breakfasts take place this week, at the corner of Clergy and Princess streets on Wednesday and at the Market Square on Friday.
Three community bike rides (helmets required), and workshops on bicycle tourism, cycling safety and traffic skills are also planned.
The week wraps up with a city-wide scavenger hunt followed by a free barbecue in Macdonald Park (near Murney Tower) on Sunday, June 7.
Cycle Kingston is a not-for-profit organization that encourages cycling in the Kingston community through education and public outreach activities.
For complete details on events, visit www.cyclekingston.ca