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February 4, 2016:  In 2016 the Tour de Mississauga will become the property of a third party and the MCAC will no longer be responsible for organizing it.  We will continue to promote the Tour, once the transition is completed. We will announce when the details of the new organization are available.

Because of this change, the 'Tour de Mississauga' Facebook Page has been renamed to 'MississaugaCycling' and we will be covering a wider range of Mississauga cycling issues on Facebook as well.

Meanwhile, we are pleased that the Community Rides series will remain a program of the MCAC again this year and we will have our 2016 Schedule available soon!

BELOW IS ACHIVAL INFORMATION FOR THE 2015 TOUR.

What better way to explore Mississauga than on a bike?  Join nearly 4,000 riders for the 8th annual Tour de Mississauga on Sunday, September 20, 2015.  *NEW* All 2015 Routes include the new Mississauga Transitway which will be CLOSED to bus traffic!

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.  You can still register in-person on Tour Day starting @ 6:00 amClick for details.

The volunteer organizers of the MCAC have designed this event for every riding level, from beginners to experienced cyclists, on any kind of bike including legal e-bikes.  Now the largest free cycling tour in Canada, we welcome all cyclists, including from out of town!  The Tour is FREE thanks to our Sponsors.

CLICK FOR FREE PARKING INFO ON TOUR DAY.

BIKE HELMETS:  Bike helmets have always been mandatory for the Tour.  While Ontario law only requires those under 18 years old to wear helmets, the Tour is a City-sponsored event which promotes safe cycling for all participants including adults aged 18 and over.  MCAC has adopted a Mandatory Bike Helmet policy for all its cycling events.

Five (5) Routes to choose from!  The 120km ‘City Classic’ route returns for a 2nd year.  Other distances: 15km, 30km, 60km and 100km.  All routes leave from, and return to, Mississauga Celebration Square and all are within the City boundaries!  All distances include the round-trip.

After the rides, participants can enjoy a free barbecue from 11am to 3pm compliments of the Region of Peel Walk + Roll program.