Share The Road

About Us

What We Do

The Share the Road Cycling Coalition is a provincial cycling advocacy organization working to build a bicycle-friendly Ontario. We work in partnership with municipal, provincial and federal governments, the business community, road safety organizations and other non-profits to:

Since our launch in 2008, Share the Road has worked to unite Ontarians in support of cycling, build capacity among active transportation stakeholders and act as an effective partner, strong ally and political force.

As part of our work, we coordinate programsevents and advocacy efforts across the province, including:



Share the Road began in memory of OPP Sergeant Greg Stobbart, the husband of our Founder Eleanor McMahon, who was killed in a cycling tragedy in June 2006.

As our Founding CEO, Ms. McMahon worked to engineer legislative change in Ontario, unite cycling organizations from across the province and work with and on behalf of municipalities to enhance their ability to make their communities more bicycle-friendly. Between 2008 and 2014, Ms. McMahon championed advocacy efforts that have changed the cycling conversation and led to significant developments in support of cycling, including:

In June 2014, Ms. McMahon was elected as the MPP for Burlington. After her election, she resigned from her work with Share the Road. She now brings her extensive background in communications, government relations and marketing to her new role representing her constituents and to her work as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Natural Resources and Foresry.


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The core of our strength as an organization comes from people. Our work is fuelled by a talented volunteer Board of Directors, our passionate staff team, the support of valued partners and by you.

There are several ways you can be involved with Share the Road's work:

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