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Dear Friends of CAB,

In 2015  we opened 3 new stations.  We rode enough to get from KW to Vancouver, we attended over 30 community events, we made friends, we developed community partnerships, we built bikes, we fixed bikes, we rode bikes up and down trails and city streets, to meetings, to friends’ houses, to appointments, to nowhere in particular just to feel the breeze on our faces and the wind at our back…             

We did it.  Because of you.  THANK YOU!

2014 was an amazing year for CAB, and we know that with continued support 2015 is going to be even better.  Check out our website (with our end of year infographic!) and twitter all winter long for updates and news and really terrible bike puns.  We’re spoked to continue building on our momentum, you’d think after all this riding we’d be tired, but really we’re just gearing up for more!

 Happy Cycling,

Suzie, Jane, Julie, Sarah, Will and Joe             The Community Access Bikeshare Team

Community Access Bikeshare

What is Community Access Bikeshare?

Community Access Bikeshare (or CAB) is an innovative project designed to provide affordable public access to bicycles. Bikeshare members can access CAB bicycles at convenient locations in our community - use a bike to get to a meeting, run errands, meet a friend, or use it as a means of transportation. It can be a spontaneous activity, or part of your daily routine.

Members participate in CAB in the spirit of sharing bicycles as a community tool. Together, we contribute towards a culture of sustainable transportation that has a focus on inclusivity.

Program Sponsors

How to Reach Us

For more information about Community Access Bikeshare, contact Suzie:
Phone: 519-743-1151 ext. 172

Where and When We Are


58 Queen Street South
Kitchener, ON


Monday 1-5

Tuesday 9-12

Wednesday 2-6

Thursday 9-12 & 1-4

Or By Appointment





Related Articles

CAB 2014: Year in Review!
Tue, Dec 2 2014


Vibrant photographs and description of the latest CAB (Community Access Bikeshare) station at the Tannery in downtown Kitchener.

A pilot project between the Region of Waterloo and The Working Centre will provide a limited number of CAB memberships for people who are currently receiving Ontario Works. Memberships will be valid until the end of the 2014 season on November 15.

Contact CAB for more information during drop-in hours. Please bring an OW cheque stub or another form of verification, as well as your personal ID when you come to register.

CAB Hours:

Monday 9-12 & 1-5
Tuesday 9-12
Wednesday 9-12 & 1-3
Thursday 9-12 & 1-4

Or by appointment.

Phone: 519-743-1151 x172
58 Queen St S, Kitchener