Cycling enthusiasts join forces for Tour de Sheridan
Sheridan held its sixth annual Tour de Sheridan on June 16 in honour of Bike Month, a celebration of cycling across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. The event, created by Sheridan’s Office for Sustainability, was designed to get people excited about cycling and to give them an opportunity to ride together, discovering the trails and roads between each of Sheridan’s three campuses.
Groups started their routes at either Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville, Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga or Davis Campus in Brampton. Their cycling routes brought them together at Lake Aquitane in Mississauga, where they enjoyed refreshments and socializing before heading back to their respective campuses.
About 40 staff and students participated in this year’s event and collectively rode about 1,029 kms.
The Sheridan Bike Hub offers bike-related information and services to staff and students year-round, and the shops at HMC and Davis campuses are open for walk-in DIY bike repairs and bike loan inquiries between May and October. If you would like to learn more about the services offered by the Bike Hub, visit their website.
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