A dining and cycling tour of downtown Winnipeg Thursday evening saw 50 cyclists pedal to some of the city’s most popular restaurants.
Called A Moveable Feast, the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ hosted the second annual event amid the end of Bike Week.
“The tour’s goal is to demystify cycling, promote local restaurants, and celebrate downtown Winnipeg as a premier entertainment and hospitality destination,” said Stephanie Voyce, manager of placemaking, cleanliness, and transportation.
Cyclists departed from the Gas Station Theatre before making stops at Little Sister Coffee Maker, The Old Spaghetti Factory, Promenade Café and Wine, Chocolatier Constance Popp, Little Saigon, Waves Restaurant and Lounge, and Pony Corral
The sold-out tour also included a screening of a never-before-seen video highlighting Winnipeg’s growing cycling community.
The Downtown BIZ runs other tours throughout downtown during the year. To see a list, visit downtownwinnipegbiz.com/tours.
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