We’re back! The 2017 edition of Bells on Danforth is set for Saturday, June 24. More details will be posted on the ride page as we get closer to the big day. Also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
If you’d like to volunteer this year, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to our next volunteer meeting.
Have you taken part in Bells on Danforth in the past and wondered, “Gee, this is fun, but I really wish I could do something to help out before the ride”? Well, wonder no more, your dreams have been answered! Just join us for our next volunteer meeting and we’ll have you working on your dream in no time!
Here’s where you can find us:
Bells on Danforth 2017 volunteer meeting #3
7:00 pm, Monday, May 1
Committee Room A (upstairs & to the left)
East York Civic Centre (northwest corner of Coxwell & Mortimer Aves)
Contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or if you aren’t able to attend this meeting but would still like to be involved.
You can follow the progress of this year’s Bells on Danforth on this handy map:
It will show our current location starting before 11 a.m. and will track us we make our way toward the Crossroads of the Danforth. Join us at the beginning of the ride or somewhere along the way! You can also view the map here.
Bells on Danforth 2016 is on Saturday, June 25, less than two weeks away. We’re starting once again at the Prince Edward Viaduct Parkette (at the west end of the Viaduct, across from Castle Frank station) and will be riding east. Full details are on the Bells on Danforth 2016 ride information page, including details about the escorted return ride. Most common questions are covered in our FAQ.
Bells on Danforth is coming back again this year on Saturday, June 25. The details are still being worked out, but save the date in your calendar now!
Bells on Danforth 2015 is on Saturday, June 6, less than two weeks away. Don’t forget that we’ve changed our starting location to Prince Edward Viaduct Parkette (at the west end of the Viaduct, across from Castle Frank station) and will be riding east this year. Full details are on the 2015 ride information page, including information about the escorted return ride. Most common questions are covered in our FAQ.
Everyone’s been asking when Bells on Danforth will be riding this year. Wonder no more: the east end’s biggest and best celebration of cycling will be leaving the station on Saturday, June 6.
We’ll have more details in the next few weeks and we’ve got some surprises for this year’s edition. Prepare your bells for June 6 and get ready to turn things around!
The third annual Bells on Danforth is set for Sunday, September 2014. We’re starting at East Lynn Park as always, but this year we’re riding to City Hall to join the party at BIKESTOCK, featuring performances by Countermeasure, Rambunctious, and Evalyn Parry. Check out the ride details and FAQ list for more information about the ride. We’re also on Facebook and Twitter.
Still on the fence about joining us? Look at how much fun riders have had on previous rides, then get off that fence and on your bike!
A lot of people have been asking us when to saddle up for Bells on Danforth 2014. You’re going to have to wait just a little bit longer: this year’s ride is on Sunday, September 14. More details will come, but mark the date on your calendars now and join us at East Lynn Park for the ride to BIKESTOCK at City Hall.
While you’re waiting for the big ride, be sure to tell your family and friends about it and ask them to join you this year.
If you’ve enjoyed the ride in previous years and want to volunteer to help this year, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. No experience necessary!