In a typical year, Cycle Toronto offers a wide variety of programs and events to help encourage cycling as a means of increasing mental and physical health, decreasing emissions, reducing living expenses, building community and more. 2020 is not a typical year, but we still encourage cycling. While we might not be able to safely gather in public for the time being, riding a bike is still a healthy and affordable means of completing essential trips and many of Canada’s essential workers rely on a bike as their main form of transportation.
We’ve put together a growing list of useful resources for those seeking to ride a bike for the first time or people that want to find new ways to use their bike.
Get riding this September!
Bike Month 2020
The Bike to School Challenge
Start Biking Challenge
Responding to COVID-19
Cycling in the time of COVID-19
Our daily lives have changed dramatically in the past few weeks as the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread around the world. We’d like to help explain what the virus means for cycling in Toronto.
Tips for Shopping by Bike
Which bike shops are open?
Open letter to Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild
New to cycling? Get started here:
The Toronto Cycling Handbook
Types of bike lanes and trails in Toronto
How to Plan your Bike Route
The Toronto Cycling Handbook: Family Edition
Road Rules Videos
Thinking about cycling more? Check out these resources:
Biking while Pregnant Q&A
Cycling Infrastructure Outside the Core
Shoulder Season Riding Tips
Winter Riding Tips
Reporting Snow in Bike Lanes
Toronto Cycling Network
Cycling in Toronto
Do-It-Yourself Bike Shops and Clinics
Bicycle repair photo by Matthew Roth