Yes, overall cycling makes you live longer. But along the way, some people experience something scary. Knowing about it helps everyone make better decision. Along with Bike Winnipeg and the City of Winnipeg and the BikeMaps team associated with the University of Victoria, we’re asking everyone to take a few moment, think of a near miss or incident you had while cycling, share important details and put in on the growing map. Visit BikeMaps.org now. – Updated May 22, 2019
Winnipeg Trails is hiring two Communications Specialists – one each in Cree and Ojibwe (Anishinaabemowin). Exciting stuff. Great cause. Help us make something important happen. Learn more and apply. – Updated May 21, 2019
Winnipeg Trails issued a 20 question, rapid fire agree/disagree questionnaire delving into innovative ideas and ethics. See how the candidates for mayor and councillor scored. – Updated October 2018
The Winnipeg Trails Association is pleased to announce our first ever 2018 Annual General Meeting! It will be held on September 27th at The Forks Market starting at 6:30 pm. For details click here
We’ll be at ManyFest Saturday September 8th with a surprise new toy! Come check it out, see what we’re doing with it. You can also talk to us about everything walking, biking or rolling, ask about a favourite route or discuss a new project, get involved in a big trail count before our AGM in September, try the world’s shortest bike lane, give a dutch dinking contest a shot, meet Gabriela and share your story for a new WithArt project and more. We’ll be in the kids zone most of the day and will be popping up in the street with something special.
Traditional Trails Manitoba Métis Ride.
Join Adrian Alphonso and Justin Bear Larivée for a fascinating and invigorating trip through the history of this place we call home.