Partner Organizations

Velo Cape Breton frequently partners with other groups who share our passion for cycling. 
Visit their websites for more information on the work they do.

Cycling Nova Scotia

Cycling Nova Scotia is a not for profit organization that is invested in promoting cycling culture, improving infrastructure, and strengthening the cycling community in Nova Scotia. We advocate for and support all types of cycling and are committed to improving conditions within the province so that cyclists of all ages and abilities can enjoy the thrill, enjoyment, and practicality of cycling

5516 Spring Garden Road,
Room #301 (3rd Floor)
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3J 1G6

Phone: 902-377-2960

Coal Town Trail Society

The Coal Towns Rail Conversion is a dream of a group of local volunteers from The Glace Bay Revitilization Group, Velo Cape Breton, Cape Breton Roadrunners, Marconi Trails Association and local community volunteers.





Ecology Action Centre

The Ecology Action Centre is a member-based environmental charity in Nova Scotia. Since 1971, we’ve taken leadership on critical environmental issues from biodiversity protection to climate change to environmental justice.

2705 Fern Lane
Halifax, N.S.
B3K 4L3

Phone: (902) 429-2202​

Kohkos Events

If you are looking for an event like no other, then we are here for you! With over two decades of experience in global event operations of various sizes and scopes, we have an unmatched breadth and depth of event experience to support our clients through every step in the event planning and management process.

Annapolis Valley, NS

Phone: 902-818-0145

Halifax Cycling Coalition

The Halifax Cycling Coalition works hard to make cycling attractive, safe, and convenient in Halifax. Becoming a member is a great way to show your support and have a say in the work we do.

5557 Cunard Street
Box 3, 2nd Floor
Halifax, NS
B3K 1C5

Phone: 902-802-8004

Velo Canada Bikes

Vélo Canada Bikes is a dynamic organization providing a strong national voice for everyday cycling in Canada. We envision a Canada where people of all ages and abilities can cycle safely, conveniently, and enjoyably to/from/within any community in the country.


Sydney Harbour Connector Project

Sydney Harbour Connector Project is a proposed multi-use path connecting the downtown Sydney waterfront to Sydney River and Coxheath.  The path would run parallel to Kings Rd either beside the existing rail line or if the rail were removed it would run directly on top of the current rail bed.  This multi-use path has been identified as a signature project in CBRM in Motion Active Transportation Plan 2022.

In 2024, A CBU study identified that 86% of survey respondents are in favour of converting the inactive rail into a multi-use path.

Washbrook Greenway Coalition

The Washbrook Greenway Coalition is a group of local stakeholders from various backgrounds who envision the Washbrook as a community hub which can link the Southend of Sydney to the Downtown.

The Washbrook Greenway Trail will extend 2.6 kilometres from Wentworth Park in the center of Sydney to the Baille Ard Nature Trail System in the south end of the city.

Federal Funding for this trail was announced May 13 2024.