Markham Cycles is Markham’s community bicycle hub, and the first of its kind in York Region. It is a critical piece of Markham’s cycling infrastructure, and a key driver in getting more Markham residents out on their bikes.
We aim 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 drop-in bike repair sessions, workshops on cycling topics, cycling mentorship and loans, community bike rides, bike rescue and youth-focused programs. All these programs share the aim of removing barriers and making it easier for people to start cycling.
Markham Cycles is a project of The Centre for Active Transportation at Clean Air Partnership (CAP), a registered charity (89046 9562 RR000). We work in close cooperation with the City of Markham, the Markham Pedestrian and Cycling Advisory Committee, and the partners listed below to deliver our cycling programming in Markham. A big thank you for your ongoing commitment and support, which makes this project possible.
The Bike Hub
Markham Cycles’s Community Bike Hubs are located in the parking lots of Milliken Mills Community Centre and Centennial Community Centre. Our physical locations are currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but we are offering alternative programming from our partner locations as well as virtual programming. Please see our Programs and Events page for more information.
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