Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee

Citizen volunteers advising City Council on cycling issues

Register for the Tour!

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

REGISTER ONLINE for the 2015 Tour de Mississauga.  The Tour is FREE thanks to our Sponsors
    NOTES: *NEW SYSTEM* (different from last year).  Please read information below prior to registering.

DEADLINE:  Friday, September 18, 2015 @ 12noon.  We encourage riders to register early so we can predict our numbers and plan the catering for the FREE BBQ!

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.  MCAC has adopted a Mandatory Bike Helmet policy for all its cycling events.

OPEN TO ALL:  For every riding level, from beginners to experienced cyclists, on any kind of bike including legal e-bikes.  NOTE: Out-of-town riders are very welcome!

MINORS: All minors aged 17* years and under must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.  *NEW* In 2015, minors aged 14-17 will now be able to ride in the Tour unaccompanied, if their parent/guardian gives online permission!

CHILDREN: Children aged 7+ may ride on their own if their parent feels they are capable.  Must be 10+ years to ride the longer routes (60, 100 or 120km).  All children must be registered separately.  Children may ride on the sidewalk where their parent deems it appropriate.

YOUNG CHILDREN: Child trailers, bike-mounted child seats or tandem-tows are becoming a common sight on the Tour!  Children aged 6 years and under may participate if "attached" to a parent/guardian's bike (and also must be registered separately, even infants).

ROUTES:  There are five (5) Routes to choose from.  Before you register, decide which route you'll be riding!  All distances include the round-trip back to Mississauga Celebration Square.

FREE BBQ:  After the rides, participants can enjoy a free barbecue from 11am to 3pm compliments of the Region of Peel Walk + Roll program.  Snacks are also provided before the rides and mid-way along the routes (except for the 15km Family Ride).

A total of 3300 riders registered for the 2014 Tour -- a record turnout!  What will 2015 be?  So far over 1000 riders have registered for the 2015 Tour!