Learn from a Winter Cycling Mentor
Sign-up to learn from a local winter cyclist.
It is a 5-hour time commitment.

Paths for People and Bike Edmonton will pair mentors with mentees from applications.
Must be 18+

> Friday, February 28 (7-9pm) | 2 hours
Panel and meet-n-greet session
Bike Edmonton South Workshop
*Light refreshments provided

> February 28-March 13 | 2 hours
A month for mentees to try out what they heard and learned at the panel session. Mentees have a chance to take ask questions and get insights via email over the month

> Saturday, March 14 (11am-12pm) | 1 hour
Group ride
Meet at the Bike Edmonton South Community Workshop

**A bike in working order is required for this program**
If you think your bike needs some work and you'd like a volunteer to help you get it ready, please visit the Bike Edmonton Community Workshop webpage (bikeedmonton.ca/workshops) to find out when you can bring it in and to find out about the small shop fees and cost of used parts.
Email address *
Your Name (First & Last) *
Your answer
What is your winter cycling experience? *
Your answer
Your pronouns (examples: they/them, she/her, he/him) *
Your answer
Your gender *
Your answer
Who are you comfortable being paired with? *
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Values Commitment
We ask that all participants commit to the 5-hours needed to build skills and community for winter cycling in Edmonton.

During all activities related to this program, participants will honour the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. Participants commit to creating and maintaining an environment that respects diverse traditions, heritages, and experiences.

If a participant does not uphold these commitments, they will be asked to leave the program.
I agree to uphold the Values Commitment *
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Email address you'd like to be contacted on (by organizers and paired winter cycling mentor) *
Your answer
I'm willing to be featured on social media, website and in newsletters about Mentor Program *
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