Published June 11, 2018 04:31
We are excited to announce our Great Places to Ride Series as we celebrate 2018 Bike Month across the GTHA and Guelph. These weekly features will give you a host of ideas on where to ride in your community. Whether you cycle to work, ride the trails on the weekend, or simply bike to get around town, we hope you’ll discover something new!
For this week's installment, we're featuring a Multi-Use Path which links Downtown Burlington to Oakville
All photographs: Nicholas Jones
Introducing the Centennial Multi-Use Path
By building trails that connect key destinations, the Town of Oakville encourages residents to 'Make Your Move', to be more active and lead a healthier lifestyle.
This well-used pathway links people walking, rolling, and wheeling to the Appleby GO station.
The Town of Oakville has many great trails of varying lengths and difficulties ranging from easy-to-access with stable conditions to steeper trails with loose surfaces. Be sure to choose the trails that are right for your ability.
Why not explore the town’s extensive network of trails and cycling routes across all communities?
Get outside and have fun.
Get riding during Bike Month in Burlington!
Let us know where you’re riding by tagging us on Twitter @BikeMonth and Facebook @Bike Month, and/or using #BikeMonth across social media platforms.