Bike break down ? Call CAA !

CAA Bike Assist is roadside assistance for your bicycle. If you run into a problem that cannot be fixed on the spot, CAA will transport* you and your bicycle home, to a bike repair shop of your choice, or to our preferred repair partner – Gord’s Ski and Bike.

Exclusive to CAA Members.

CAA Bike Assist is roadside assistance for your bicycle. If you run into a problem that cannot be fixed on the spot, CAA will transport* you and your bicycle home, to a bike repair shop of your choice, or to our preferred repair partner – Gord’s Ski and Bike.

For Emergency Road Service in Winnipeg call 262-6111
Elsewhere in Manitoba call 1-800-CAA-HELP (1-800-222-4357)

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Call CAA for bike ‘tow / pick up’

*The same towing distance limits that apply to towing vehicles will apply to transporting bikes. However, towing limits within Winnipeg city limits are waived to take you and your bike to the nearest Gord’s location.

Not a Member? You can Join CAA Online, or call us at 1-800-JOIN-CAA (1-800-564-6222). CAA is actively promoting safety between vehicles and bicycles.

When You Are Driving
Remember to check carefully for cyclists approaching from behind before opening your vehicle door, or changing lanes in traffic. Place CAA’s Watch For Bikes sticker in the corner of your outside rearview mirror as a reminder. To get your FREE sticker you can:

Pick one up at your nearest CAA Service Centre
Get one at a Gord’s Ski and Bike location
Or email CAA’s Liz Peters

When You Are Cycling
As a general rule, ride about one metre (approx. 3 feet) away from the curb or parked vehicles in an urban environment. This makes it easier to avoid potholes, debris, vehicle doors and makes you more visible to the people around you. Always wear appropriate safety gear and ride with traffic.



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