Peterborough Moves promotes healthy and sustainable transportation including public transit, cycling, walking, carpooling and telecommuting.   We offer programs geared to schools and workplaces and cycling skills courses.  This site is the home of the annual Shifting Gears Challenge which runs each May.

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  • Yin Cai

    Local Cycling Series

    Yin Cai. I see people drive their cars to the gym to ride stationary bikes. I prefer to ride my bike to and from the gym and reward myself with a Twinkie.

  • Stephen Hill

    Local Cycling Series

    Stephen Hill. Jumping on my bike makes me feel like a kid again!

  • Travis Samuel

    Local Cycling Series

    Travis Samuel. Cycling for me, more than anything else, has become something that informs my lifestyle.

  • Peter Laurie

    Local Cycling Series

    Peter Laurie. It’s really simple: I love to ride and I always have. Cycling is also a great way to get to work every day; it’s awesome cardio and good for the soul.

  • Pete & Chick MacLoughlin

    Local Cycling Series

    Pete & Chick MacLoughlin. As a retired couple, we enjoy riding with our cycling groups and exploring the many beautiful & scenic routes in the Peterborough area.

  • Paul Wilkinson

    Local Cycling Series

    Paul Wilkinson. Cycling is most things we need: it’s exercise in the great outdoors and the freedom of an open road; it’s the fun of a sprint to a town sign with friends.

  • Natalie Napier

    Local Cycling Series

    Natalie Napier. Choosing not to have a car means building our lives around active transportation while saving our money for the things we really care about.

  • Michael Vanderherberg

    Local Cycling Series

    Michael Vanderherberg. Cycling is a great way to connect to your community. Choose the paths that make you smile.

  • Lynn Sansom

    Local Cycling Series

    Lynn Sansom. Cycling is a way to connect with nature and to get exercise. I am a volunteer with "Tandem eyes” because it is a way for me to share my passion, socialize and to feel good.

  • Luc Bent

    Local Cycling Series

    Luc Bent. Cycling for me is a competition, a challenge, but at the same time it’s freedom. You can see more from a bike than a car.

  • Kemi Akapo

    Local Cycling Series

    Kemi Akapo. There's nothing like the pleasure one gets from a bike ride. Cycling gives me a sense of freedom and helps connect me to my community and environment

  • Gord Gallant

    Local Cycling Series

    Gord Gallant. A year-round bike commuter, mountain bike rider, and road cyclist, I love the sound of two wheels spinning underneath me and the freedom that cycling provides.
    Vive la vie Velo!

  • Kathy Eggenberger

    Local Cycling Series

    Kathy Eggenberger. I commute, race, ride with my kids, mountain bike... anything on a bike. Riding a bike is just one of my very favourite things to do! And it is fun to go fast.

  • Gage Cardinal

    Local Cycling Series

    Gage Cardinal. I don't like to ride my bike, I like to race my bike!
    I like to go fast, and get more air.

  • Evan & Maisie

    Local Cycling Series

    Evan & Maisie. In a car I can't do anything, but when I bike I get to peddle, change gears, and push the brakes. And, I get to see birds, foxes, and deer on the trail. When you are in a car you are also doing a bit of polluting, which I don't think is fair. When you are biking you don't do polluting.

  • Erin McGauley

    Local Cycling Series

    Erin McGauley. I love weaving an outdoor workout into my day. Each morning, I get to my desk energized from the uphill commute. And the best part? It’s all downhill at the end of the day!

  • Anne Wood

    Local Cycling Series

    Anne Wood. Having partial sight, I cycle on a tandem with my husband. Cycling is a celebration of life - myself surviving cancer and my husband a heart transplant. Together we ride strong.

  • Anne Hollingsworth

    Local Cycling Series

    Anne Hollingsworth. For us, cycling is a family affair! While our reasons for cycling may vary, it’s an activity we can collectively embrace and enjoy.

  • Laura, Andy & Beatrice

    Local Cycling Series

    Laura, Andy & Beatrice. Some of the best times in our lives have happened on a bike – and biking around with little Bea only continues this pattern!