Above: a great alternative to the family SUV….
Cycling can certainly make you hungry, especially if you take two wheels all the way to work at York.
The Black Creek Regional Transportation Management Association (BCRTMA) wants to help boost the energy of such hardy cyclists and give them a well-deserved pat on the back. To coincide with the City of Toronto Bike Week May 26-June 8, they’re holding a breakfast for cyclists in the York University community on Wednesday, June 4 – and it’s free. They’re also screening a film about cycling on Thursday, June 5.
Right: Scene from film We’re not blocking traffic We ARE Traffic! A film about Critical Mass
Here’s the schedule of events:
- York University Free Breakfast for Cyclists – Breakfast and information for people who cycle to York.
When: June 4, 7-9:30am
Where: Fountain area in the York Commons outside Vari Hall. If it is raining, meet in the southeast area of Vari Hall.
- Film showing of We’re not blocking traffic We ARE Traffic! A film about Critical Mass
When: June 5, 5-6:30pm
Where: York’s Nat Taylor Cinema, N102 Ross Building. Free; donations accepted.
For more information about the events, contact Jacquelyn Hayward, BCRTMA sustainable transportation coordinator, ext. 70690 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For details about BCRTMA, visit the site at http://www.bcrtma.org/.