Start logging your cycling trips for rewards
Bike to Work Day may be over, but now it's time to get rewarded for riding your bike.
Just track or log your cycling trips from May 27 to June 30 to earn points redeemable for digital gift cards or grand prize raffle entries.
You'll earn points for each trip that starts or ends in Toronto.
Plus, you can earn bonuses for even more points!
Cycle 30 trips before June 30 and earn 100 bonus points.
New to cycling? Hop on your bike and earn 50 bonus points after your 10th trip!
Select the network 'Smart Commute - Toronto-Central'
Rewards include gift cards for Starbucks, Amazon.ca, Roots, Cineplex and more! You can also enter to win the grand prize – a $500 gift card to MEC!
Download the CommuteTracker app to easily track your trips [available on Google Play & App Store]
Celebrate Bike Month
- Check out the Events Calendar for all the exciting events happening across Toronto from May 1 to June 30, 2019.
- Have an event you'd like to promote? From themed rides to workshops to festivals, any bike-related event that happens between May 1 and June 30, 2019, is eligible. Add it to the calendar!
- Follow Bike Month on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news in your community.
What's Bike Month?
What began in Toronto as a Bike to Work Day celebration in 1989 has evolved to become one of the largest events of its kind in Canada and is now celebrated across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) and Guelph. Bike Month brings together families, artists, commuters, and community groups to promote cycling at hundreds of events all month long. Bike Month Toronto is organized by Cycle Toronto and supported by MEC, Smart Commute, The City of Toronto, CP24, NOW Magazine, Jet Fuel Coffee, and Bike Share Toronto.
Bike Month is supported across the GTHA and Guelph by MEC, Smart Commute, York Region, Durham Region, The Region of Peel, The City of Toronto, The City of Mississauga, The City of Brampton, The City of Hamilton, The City of Burlington, The City of Oakville, and The City of Guelph.
Lead photo: Nicholas Jones