10/2020 - By Titi Onabanjo, Assistant Program Manager at pointA There has been a lot of discussion over the past few months about racism, equity, and barriers that Black, Indigenous People of... Read More
10/2020 - For this final theme, tell us where you like to go. Take a photo of your favourite place to ride in Markham, and share it via social media or email. We'll do one final prize draw on Oct 16th. Happy cycling!
9/2020 - The fifth Markham Cycles More theme is: New Markham! As a companion to our last theme, Historic Markham, this theme explores the many great Markham landmarks that have been added in our recent past.
8/2020 - The fourth Markham Cycles More theme is: Historic Markham! The theme runs from Aug 28 to Sep 10th and is all about exploring Markham's rich past.
8/2020 - How to deal with your old and broken bicycle? A bunch of Markham volunteers are collecting donations of used bicycles and giving them to newcomer children and youths after repairing.... Read More
8/2020 - The third Markham Cycles More theme is: Markham Summer Treats! The theme runs from Aug 13th to 27th and highlights two new Active Markham routes that connect you to local businesses offering bubble tea, ice cream, cookies and so much more!
7/2020 - The second Markham Cycles More theme is: Art in Markham! The theme runs from July 24 to August 6 and celebrates Markham’s creativity, with photo stop locations at sculptures, murals, and artistic buildings across Markham.
7/2020 - The City of Markham’s Cycling and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) at Clean Air Partnership is making it fun for people to get outside and... Read More
7/2020 - Neighbourhoods in Markham with more low-income residents have higher rates of pedestrian and cyclist collisions, finds a new research report by The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) at Clean Air... Read More
7/2020 - The first Markham Cycles More theme is: Markham's Major Trails + One! The theme runs from July 9 to 23 and celebrates Markham’s great trail system, with a photo stop location at each of the six major trails on Markham’s new cycling map.