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Introducing Carla Verwijs

Coming from the Netherlands, I don’t think I need to explain that bikes and cycling are a normal part of my life. Cycling as a way of transport, getting from A to B, or as part of a triathlon, or … Continue reading

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Hello cycling lovers!

My name is Victoria and I have been volunteering for GRPBS since February 2014 as an accounting technician. I am very excited being a part of the team, which is trying to implement a bike share system in the local … Continue reading

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Sustainable Development Technology Canada Gets a New Chair

Congratulations to Waterloo local Jim Balsillie for becoming the latest chair of Sustainable Development Technology Canada. “Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is a not-for-profit foundation that finances and supports the development and demonstration of clean technologies which provide solutions to issues … Continue reading

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The Latest Newsletter!

Click here for our latest newsletter! We are working really hard on launching the program and would love your support. Make sure to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter and let your friends and neighbors know too!

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Meet Mithushaa!

As long as I can remember, my favorite method of transportation to school and around the neighborhood was my bike. Biking is more than a hobby to me, it’s a way for me to stay fit, relieve any stress I may be … Continue reading

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Our Bike Share “Twins”

Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken in New Jersey, USA, are launching a tri-city bike share program this summer. It is very similar to what we plan to in Waterloo and eventually Kitchener and Cambridge with the major difference at this … Continue reading

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Why biking is important to me

So as a child I really liked biking. I learned to bike early on. Like most kids I started out with the tricycle peddling my little heart out up and down our block while my parents watched me on the … Continue reading

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