The Everyone Rides Initiative

We remove the barriers preventing people from accessing bikes and Hamilton Bike Share.

Do you need access to a subsidized bike share membership?

Sign up for a Pedal Pass

Black Lives Matter.

Take a look at our action plan and resources.

Black Lives Matter Action Plan

Are you looking for a safe cycling loop?

Check out our Healthy Loops.

HamOnt Healthy Loops

The Everyone Rides Initiative acknowledges that our office and programming are on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and Anishinaabe Nation, and within the lands protected by the “Dish with One Spoon” wampum agreement. We respect the Indigenous people who continue to live on this land, and recognize our responsibility to create peace and only take what we need, in accordance with the agreement.

The Everyone Rides Initiative (ERI) is committed to equity in cycling and removes the barriers that prevent people from accessing bikes and cycling as an option for transportation and fun! Our mission is to identify and remove the barriers that prevent Hamilton residents from accessing bikes and cycling. We value EQUITY, FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE, INCLUSIVITY, EMPOWERMENT and CYCLING!

**Please note that during COVID-19 our office is closed, you can reach us by phone at 289-768-2453 Ext 2 or by email at [email protected]. We are also still providing subsidized access to bike share for individuals in need. Contact us if you are in need of affordable transportation, see additional information below. Thank you and Ride Safe!

Learn more about how to stay safe while using bike share

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