Did you know that in 2013 the Town of Pelham was designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community? And did you hear that our town is the first community of its size to achieve the silver award level?
The Share the Road Cycling Coalition, a Ontario-based organization promoting bicycling through advocacy, selected Pelham for our commitment to healthy lifestyles, active transportation, and safe cycling.
Pelham's 2013 Silver Bicycle Friendly Community designation puts us in line with Ottawa, Toronto, Waterloo, and Hamilton, in providing an abundance of cycling choices. In fact, over 60% of our town's total road network (or 150 km) is considered highly suitable for road bikes.
Pelham has long been a cyclist's dream ride, with smooth lanes, hilly streets, winding roads, and challenging short hills. The picturesque mix of urban and rural scenic views adds to the atmosphere of our vibrant town.
So come on out to Pelham for a ride!
We're happy to welcome you to our bicycle enthusiast community anytime!
Plan Your Ride
To plan your route through Pelham see our Steve Bauer Trail Map. You can also check out the Niagara Region Bicycle Map and see which of our restaurants and businesses the Welcome Cyclist Network has designated as bicycle friendly.
Download a copy of the Come Cycle in Pelham flyer.
For more information on Active Transportation in Pelham, contact 905-892-2607 ext. 332 or email.
Niagara Cycling Tourism Centre
Cycling in Niagara offers a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with a world class tourism region. From the saddle of your bike, you'll be able to experience the sights and sounds of our world famous area or discover our quiet country lanes and incomparable wine region. Whatever your itinerary, take the time to discover the unsurpassed natural beauty of Niagara. Along the way, you'll make memories that will last a lifetime.
Visit www.cyclinginniagara.bike for details.
Town of Pelham hours of operation are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
To report an issue or to request a service, please send us a Public Service Request.
You can search for Town Staff in the Town Contact Directory.
You can find contact information for Mayor and Council on the Town Council page.
For after-hours emergencies related to water, sewer or road conditions, where there is imminent danger to public or private property, please call 905-734-0892.