Thunder Bay's Active Transportation Plan has one main goal: to help make Thunder Bay a great place to walk, bike, and roll.
To do this, we are building cycling lanes, new multi-use trails, active living corridors, and expanding the sidewalk network. We are working with partners to educate citizens about how to share the road safely, how to ride safely, and how to prevent collisions.
The City is proud to announce its first Bike Summit: Biking Means Business, being held on April 14, 2015 at the DaVinci Centre. The theme of the Summit is "Attracting a Retaining Young Professionals". The Summit features top Canadian researcher Dr. Moos, who will be presenting his latest research. There are two Sessions open to the public: The Business Breakfast and the Evening Session. To attend, you must register in advance. You can register by clicking here.
Thunder Bay has over 45 kilometres of multi-use trails and over 30 kilometres of bike lanes and shared lanes.
2015 Active Transportation Map Adobe PDF, 2 pages, 10.1 MB
The City has developed a guide to help cyclists who chose to ride year-round called “The Thunder Bay All-Weather Cycling Guide”. The Guide covers clothing, equipment, lighting, and riding techniques. It is available here:
All-Weather Cycling Guide Adobe PDF, 18 Pages, 981 KB
City Council recently approved 4.5 kilometres of new bike lanes and Active Living Corridors. Learn more
Safe Cycling Thunder Bay offers cycling training for everyone! Join a group ride or take some training to make riding your bike better than ever. With 15 certified cycling instructors, Safe Cycling is Thunder Bay's premiere cycling education program.
Are you wondering how to make right turns properly from bike lanes? Right Turns with Bike Lanes Adobe PDF, 2 Pages, 580 KB
For more information, please visit our resources page.
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111 Syndicate Ave S
Thunder Bay ON P7E 6S4