The Toronto Cycling Handbook: Family Edition

Aldult riding a bike with two children on the back

Photo by Nicholas Jones

Have you ever seen an elaborate cargo bike or trailer set-up and thought "I want to ride with my kids, but that just seems too complicated and expensive?" The Toronto Cycling Handbook: Family Edition shows you that it's doable. You don’t need training, an expensive bike, or special gear. You just need a few tips to get you started and figure out what works for you. Whether you’re pregnant, have a young child, or want to support your kids riding to middle school, this guide will be a helping hand.

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The Toronto Cycling Handbook: Family Edition was created in partnership with CultureLink Settlement and Community Services. Funding and support provided by the Metcalf Foundation and the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank.

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