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14 hours ago by Kingston Gets ActiveJoin our end-of-the-school-year all-ages bike ride as we bike together down Princess Street as one big critical mass! We'll end with an ice cream social in Springer Market (25% OFF MIO GELATO WITH YOUR HELMET) as we make the case for safe and separate cycling and multi-use streets in Kingston.
This event is being jointly organized and promoted by the Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation (KCAT), Kingston Gets Active, and the Kingston Velo Club.
- Meet friends locally and converge at the downtown Metro parking lot at 3PM.
- Bike together from Metro down Princess St. ending at Springer Market at Mio Gelato's pop-up stand sometime between 3PM-4PM. - No need to register in advance, just show up, ride, and enjoy the gelato - If you miss us, show up at Springer Market around 3-4 and meet us all there!
***Optional Early Meet-up Location ***
- 2:30PM At Calvin Park Public Library. Meet up with others in from the area and then bike to Metro together The deal:
- Show up at Mio Gelato at Springer Market or their Ontario Street location, anytime in the afternoon of Sunday, June 27, and receive 25% off your purchase of gelato by wearing your cycling helmet!
- Please wear a mask and stay 2 metres apart.
- As this ride is explicitly for all ages and those with multiple abilities, the ride together will be relatively slow, think more like a parade -We aim to have leaders in front, behind, and at major intersections to block cars and keep everyone together.