Maps & Resources

Maps & Resources

Visit this page often for new tools and engaging videos to help you shift gears in 2020!

Spring has brought with it may new and unexpected changes this year. The ways we work, learn, travel, and socialize have been impacted greatly by COVID-19 and our collective efforts to keep our community safe. Some of us have transitioned quickly to working from home, while others are looking for safe commute options. We are spending a lot more time at home, and looking for ways to stay active and connected. These impacts are being experienced by all ages. Below we have begun to collect resources to help through this time. Please be in touch if you have other resources you would like to share.

Working from Home

Tips from the Pros

Setting up your Work Area

Staying Connected

Riding the Bus

Riding your Bike(s)!

Learn the Rules of the Road

Learning to Ride

Bike Repair and Maintenance

Bike Protection

Local Bike Shops

  • B!KE has closed their community workshop space in an effort to do their part to flatten the curve. They are missing their shop community and hope to meet your needs in new ways. B!KE is offering a small selection of tools on loan through a new pilot library program, accepting orders for pumps and chain lube to be delivered to your door, and selling our refurbished bicycles online through Kijiji. They are excited to see so many people eager to ride bikes this spring and we look forward to helping more of Peterborough stay on two wheels after the pandemic has subsided.
  • Fontaine Source for Sports is now open with limited customers in store at one time. They are offering curb-side pick-up and by appointment sales and services, if needed. They have found there is high demand! It’s a challenge with less staff, but they are working hard to meet the needs of the community. If you have questions about their hours and services, they welcome a call at 705-742-0511.
  • Green Streets physical repair shop is still open. They ask that you bring your bike to the side door and knock for assistance. All business is conducted outside to help maintain social distancing practices.
  • Wild Rock is now open Tuesday – Saturday from 10am-5pm. They are also offering online shopping and contact-free bike service. Wild Rock is here to make sure you have everything to keep you riding safely this spring. They are adapting and learning, and hope that if there is a silver lining it is that we create stronger bonds to family, friends and community, albeit in new and evolving ways.
  • Spokes and Pedals is happy to help you find the right bike or get your current bike rolling smooth. They are offering sales and repair services, curb-side. You can call in advance or call when you get there (705-745-7343), and someone will meet you outside to help you find what you need.

Maps of Peterborough

Transit Maps

  • Peterborough Transit provides a downloadable map and an interactive map to help you plan your trip through the city. NOTE: Changes due to COVID-19 might make information in these maps inaccurate for the time being. It is best to visit the Peterborough Transit website directly for up-to-date routes and schedules.

Bike and Trail Maps

  • Peterborough and the Kawarthas Tourism, in partnership with the City, County and expert local cyclists created a trail and cycling map for the city and county to help you navigate and explore the area.
  • The Peterborough and the Kawarthas Classics signed routes that start and finish in Millenium Park by the Silver Bean Cafe along the waterfront in downtown Peterborough.
  • Te Bike to the Borough Project shares shorter routes in and around the city of Peterborough.  This site also maps a suggested connection into and out of Peterborough from the new Green Belt Route that runs south of Rice Lake along the moraine all the way into Toronto.