Workplace and Community Resources


A workshop is a great way to encourage people to choose biking. Whether brand new to cycling, or a seasoned rider, there is something for everyone in these fun and engaging workshops.

During the Let’s Bike Month Campaign, EnviroCentre offers private workshops at a special rate of only $175 + HST (regular price $200 + HST).

There are four workshops to choose from:

Urban Cycling: Tips and Infrastructure

Delivered by an experienced cyclist, this workshop will provide participants with tips on incorporating cycling into their everyday lives. You’ll learn helpful hints, rules of the road, and advice on choosing a route to your destination. This workshop is adapted for cyclists of every age and ability.

Bike Maintenance

Delivered by a professional bike mechanic, this workshop provides participants with a virtual hands-on demonstration of bike repair and maintenance techniques. Learn to change a flat tire, check your brakes, and keep your bike working efficiently. The goal of this workshop is to have participants leave confident and ready to ride. This workshop includes a Q&A session.

Discover your City by Bike: Route Planning

Discover some of the interesting destinations in Ottawa that are easily accessible by bicycle! Heritage sites, nature areas and public art are a few of the destinations that will be covered.   Route planning resources will also be highlighted to help you plan your own adventure!  This workshop is intended for people of all ages and cycling abilities.

Extend your Cycling Season

This workshop will teach you what you need to know to feel comfortable biking year round. In this workshop, you will learn tips, tricks and tools to extend your cycling season. We will review route planning, techniques, and simple suggestions for winter bike maintenance. The goal of this workshop is to help riders discover the joy of biking throughout the year.

85% of participants find our workshops extremely helpful!

For more information or to make a booking please contact us at:

(613) 656-0100 ext. 129

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