Go By Bike Weeks happen Oct. 15-29 to promote biking as a healthy way to get to work or anywhere. The city is gearing up fall riding with a Go By Bike kick-off party Saturday, Sept. 29, 10 a.m.-noon in Beban Park. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

Nanaimo puts new spin on cycle commuting with Go By Bike Weeks

Go By Bike kick-off party happens Saturday, Sept. 29, at Beban Park

Bike to Work Week is getting a new spin in Nanaimo with Go By Bike Weeks.

Go By Bike Weeks happen Oct. 15-29 to promote biking as a healthy way to get to work or anywhere.

The city is gearing up fall riding with a Go By Bike kick-off party Saturday, Sept. 29, 10 a.m.-noon in Beban Park at the Centennial Building with food and drinks courtesy of Cobs Bread Bakery, Quality Foods and Starbucks, music from DJ All Good, bike skills courses from Thrills n’ Skills Cycling Co. and The Airhouse, plus a community ride to follow.

People of all ages and abilities are welcome and Go By Bike registration is free.

To learn more, visit the City of Nanaimo website at https://bit.ly/2zDZ25A.



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