This is a public site where Edmontonians can post photos and information about their stolen bicycles, in hopes of recovering them, as well as find more information about preventing, reporting, and recovering stolen bikes.
What are you making? How can we help? Tell us at www.makesomethingedmonton.ca
Make Something Edmonton is a citizen-led celebration and call to action: to inspire and help you make something… anything… born out of your own talents, obsessions and imagination, to make your city more fun, more attractive, more fascinating, more caring, more profitable, more challenging, more fulfilling. A richer, stranger, stronger Edmonton: the city you already live in and love, only more so.
Making something is easy, and it’s a pure expression of what it means to be an Edmontonian. You can make something:
Small. Launch a get-to-know-your-neighbours gathering or a litter pick-up party on your block.
Beautiful. Plant flowers in that neglected patch you pass by every day. Slap a fresh coat of paint on something or commission a mural for an ugly wall.
Personal. Lend a hand to that person in need. Launch a kindness project. Volunteer. Seek out local food, beer, books, artwork.
Profitable. Start that business you always dreamed of.
Ridiculous. Organize a unicycle rodeo. Paint your house like a candy cane.
Fun. Put on a spontaneous juggling workshop. Organize children’s improv in the park or a seniors dance party. Start the first-ever urban adventure race in the winter.
Big. Start a new festival or an art show, a community event, a concert series. Transform your neighbourhood.
Or something else. You’ll have better ideas than we do.
Document your project. Then go to makesomethingedmonton.ca and show us what you’ve done.
Because we want to celebrate it. And you.
The Edmonton Bicycle and Touring Club (EBTC) is a recreational not-for-profit volunteer-run group dedicated to facilitate its members to cooperatively run bicycling trips during the spring, summer and fall, cross-country skiing trips in the winter, and social events all year round. We welcome both road bike and mountain bike riders!
The Edmonton Road and Track Club offers its members superb training, learning and racing opportunities in an enthusiastic and supportive atmosphere. The ERTC supports competitive and recreational cyclists. The purpose of the ERTC is to provide people of all ability levels the experience of competitive cycling.
The Alberta Bicycle Association (ABA) is the affiliated Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) of the Canadian Cycling Association (CCA). It operates under the authority of the world governing body of all cycling's many sports, the Union Cycliste International (International Cycling Union) in Geneva. The mission of the ABA is to facilitate an introduction to organized cycling and to develop a strong competitive cycling program, while protecting and advocating the rights of cyclists.
Bike Calgary works to improve conditions for Calgarians who ride bicycles and to enable those who want to cycle to do so safely, efficiently, and comfortably.
Located at North Edmonton, AB, Sport Central accepts donated children’s bicycles in Edmonton and distributes them to qualified individuals and groups. EBC donates some of our childrens' bikes to Sports Central, while Sports Central donates some adult bikes to EBC.
As a vehicle to building community, the shop is a one-stop-shop biking support hub in Calgary’s downtown core offering reconditioned/recycled bikes, repair space, tools and instruction, and workshops. The shop provides a safe and supportive atmosphere for novice and experienced riders alike. Further, The Good Life is community meeting space open for use to environment and community minded groups. The Good Life collaborates and builds relationships with other community groups as well as offering work experience while focusing on the ideal of mutual aid.
The Bike root is an incorporated not-for-profit society, a University of Calgary student club, 100% volunteer run, and a community bicycle shop with tools and knowledge to teach you how to fix your bike.
Launched in 2005, the Bike Library rents bikes to U of A students, staff and faculty. Approximately 30 bikes are available for rental on a one-month basis.