Central-South End Halifax, June 4, 2023
What to expect on the ride
- We will meet at 9:30am and the ride will start at 10:00am
- Kids and their grown-ups will ride their bikes (or scooters) together, on multi-use pathways and city streets.
- Rides are planned, led and marshalled by community volunteers
- Snacks and drinks are provided at the end of the ride
- Meeting places and routes will be specified for each ride, including a map and turn-by-turn directions.
- We’ll have activities to help you meet and connect with new friends and familiar faces, and we’ll have prizes for the kids as well!
- If we need to cancel due to weather conditions, we will post a notice on this website by 7:30am on the day of the ride.
- Please help protect our community from COVID-19. Our rides and activities take place entirely outdoors, but we do ride as a group and share outdoor public space with many others. Masks are welcomed, but please stay home if you feel unwell.
- If you have any questions at all, please contact KidicalMassHfx@gmail.com
Ride Specific Info
- Our meeting point is Sir Charles Tupper School, located at 1930 Cambridge St.
- There’s a playground, a sports field, and several picnic tables on the school grounds. However, there are no public washrooms available.
- There are bus stops nearby on Quinpool Road
- There is plenty of on-street parking surrounding the school
Our destination is the playground at Le Marchant St Thomas School, and we’ll ride there using city streets
- See the map below for more details of the route
- The school grounds at Le Marchant St Thomas have: benches & picnic tables for seating, multiple playground sites, and a large sports field. However, there are no public washrooms available at the school.
- We’ll provide snacks and prizes at the destination and we’ll also be offering e-cargo bike test rides, compliments of two local bike shops!