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MEDIA RELEASE: It’s spring! Get out your bike. Get your Sudbury Cyclists Union membership!

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Do you love to get out on your bike?  Would you like to get out riding with others, or join in on other fun cycling events?   Are you interested in connecting with other cyclists to swap tips on routes, repairs, and all things bike related?  Do you ever wish there was a better or safer bike route to where you need to go?  Then you should join the Sudbury Cyclists Union!
You can get your membership on-line
Or, you can pick up your membership at reThink Green (176 Larch, 3rd floor) during business hours.
Annual memberships are $10 or pay what you can.  Membership dues are needed for insurance and event expenses so that we can hold group rides and other fun events like Bike Repair BBQs.  Help us build cycling skills, cycling culture, and connect cyclists in Greater Sudbury!
The Sudbury Cyclists Union is launching our membership drive and if you love cycling, want to connect with other cyclists, or want to support cycling in Greater Sudbury, we want you to join!  

Here are a few of the benefits of becoming a member:

·         Connect with other cyclists.  Get tips, share cycling stories and favourite routes, and enjoy all things cycling together.

·         Come out to events like fun group rides and spring tune-up BBQ’s.

·         Volunteer at events to promote cycling, like helping with bike parking at local festivals, matching bikes and helmets with kids at bike exchanges, teaching cycling skills at bike rodeos or courses, and more.

·         Have your needs and experiences as a cyclist brought to the attention of local decision makers

·         Be part of a strong voice for local cyclists to help make cycling easier, safer and more convenient.  For example, the Sudbury Cyclists Union advocates for a minimum grid of safe cycling routes so that cyclists of all ages and abilities can travel safely by bike.  You can help make that happen by joining to show your support!

“There is a groundswell of interest and support for cycling in Greater Sudbury,” says Rachelle Niemela, Chair of the Sudbury Cyclists Union.  “We invite cyclists of all ages and abilities to join us in celebrating the joy of cycling, and making cycling easier, safer and more convenient in our community.”   Cyclists should also save the date for the Sudbury Cyclists Union AGM, coming up the evening of April 27.
About the Sudbury Cyclists Union:

WE ARE: People in Sudbury who love to bike, whether for transportation or recreation.

WE ARE: People who want to help build a better cycling culture and climate in Greater Sudbury.

We are a grassroots organization working to make cycling safe, accessible, and fun for cyclists of all ages and ability.   Please contact us at, or visit   

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