Encouragement

Bike Valet Field Trip 2018 Photo by Nick Jones
Need bike parking for your event? Cycle Toronto provides a secure monitored service - just like a coat check for bicycles.
Bike Month 2019 is almost here
A celebration of cycling in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area with hundreds of community events including rides, races, tours, festivals and more. BikeMonth.ca
The Bike to School Project advocates for improved cycling infrastructure in and around schools and for bike education among children and youth.  We collaborate with partners to work directly with students, teachers and parents to nurture a bike culture in schools across our city.

Check out our other great programs

  • A Bike Host family at the Toronto Island ferry doc, summer 2014

    Bike Host

    Bike Host is a cycling mentorship program created by our partner CultureLink Settlement and Community Services, an agency serving newcomers to Canada. Bike Host matches up newcomers who are open to cycling with mentors who ride regularly.
  • Toronto Bicycle Music Festival & Sunset Series

    Announcing: a free summer concert series in parks across the city! Cycle Toronto will be leading group rides along the Pan Am Path to each of these events on four Tuesday evenings in July and August! We will meet at 5:30 pm and head out shortly after for the concert of the day. Bring a picnic dinner along with you while you enjoy the show! Ride with Cycle Toronto and Relay2017.ca on the following dates:
  • Scarborough Cycles Bike Tour (2017)

    Join Cycle Toronto & CultureLink on Sunday, July 23 for the Scarborough Cycles guided group ride where we'll tour the Pan Am Path and stop talk to talk about local bike infrastructure. Followed by a free picnic lunch at Morningside Park. Experience the beauty of Scarborough cycling! This event is free but you must RSVP to reserve a space. 
  • Toronto Bike Awards

    The Toronto Bike Awards honours excellence in people and organizations that demonstrate leadership in encouraging cycling for employees, customers, and the community.   
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