2nd International Winter Cycling Congress
February 12 - 14, 2014 | Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The premiere wintertime active transportation conference is coming to Canada! Join us for idea-packed sessions full of projects, unique best practices research, interactive workshops, lively discussion and fun evening activities. Professionals and delegates from snowy countries around the world are gathering to share their skills and knowledge. Come learn what it takes to create, promote, maintain and sustain vibrant bike-friendly cities through out the year.

Read welcome messages from local leaders:
Letter of Greetings from His Worship Sam Katz Mayor of Winnipeg
Letter of Greetings from The Honourable Greg Selinger Premier of Manitoba
Letter of Greetings – Minister of State (Sport) Bal Gosal

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One of the questions I came here with was a biggie: Is it worth it? We know the benefits of making cities better for cyclists (healthier cities and people, more interesting street life, more vibrant communities, etc.), I wasn’t sure if the same would apply to winter cycling, given that the challenges in making it viable are so much greater. Now, there’s little doubt in my mind that it’s worth it.

Tom Babin, Calgary Herald reporter | 2013 Congress Attendee

Recently, the City of Stockholm’s biggest increase in cycling trips has come from those cycling throughout the winter.

Per Ankersjö, Vice Mayor, City of Stockholm | Velo-City Vienna, June 2013

The Forks is excited to host the cycling world this winter. As a city of cold winters we are always looking for ways to get out and enjoy it. Winter cycling is a perfect fit and we look forward to learning how others do it. Welcome.

Paul Jordan, Chief Operating Officer, The Forks



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