Markham Cycles is York Region’s first community bicycle hub.
Located at Milliken Mills Community Centre (Parking Lot), Markham Cycles aims to build cycling culture in Markham by offering free programs and workshops to anyone who is interested in cycling. These programs include access to bikes and tools at DIY drop-in bike repair sessions, workshops on cycling topics, cycling mentorship and loans, community bike rides, a carbon count, build-a-bike and youth-focused programs.
Markham Cycles is a project of The Centre for Active Transportation at Clean Air Partnership (CAP), a registered charity (89046 9562 RR000). This project is funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada, and in partnership with City of Markham, York Region District School Board, Markham Public Library and CultureLink.
The Bike Hub
Markham Cycle’s Bike Hub is located the southwestern parking lot of Milliken Mills Community Centre by the basketball courts.
7600 Kennedy Rd, Markham, ON L3R 9S5
Midhat Malik | Markham Cycles Coordinator
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