We advocate for a safe, healthy and vibrant cycling city for all

Cycle Toronto is a member-supported not-for-profit organization that works to transform our city’s cycling culture.

Statement and Reflection on Anti-Black Racism, Oppression and Equity at Cycle Toronto

Statement and Reflection on Anti-Black Racism, Oppression and Equity at Cycle Toronto

As an organization we are taking pause to reflect on who we are and who we want to be. We acknowledge that we have not created safe and inclusive spaces for Black and racialized communities, Indigenous Peoples, and other marginalized groups.
Get Lit! Wednesdays in October. Outlines of bikes on a blue background. They have yellow lights on the front and red on the back.

Get Lit!

Wednesdays during October we’ll be setting up our orange tent at locations around the city to talk to people about road safety and the importance of lighting from dusk until dawn. Then we’ll hand out a free set of lights to help them on their way home.
Cycle Toronto plus CAMH. Riding and Recovery. A rendered green bike is directed toward the right. Toronto's skyline is in the rear wheel.

Riding and Recovery Workshops

Riding a bike is a safe, efficient way to get around while maintaining physical distancing, and a great way to stay active for physical and mental health. It’s with this in mind that Cycle Toronto is collaborating with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s (CAMH) Recovery College to deliver a series of free workshops.

What we do

We engage a diversity of people in our work, pursuing evidence-based solutions that make cycling a viable option for all Torontonians.


We work to bring protected bike lanes on major streets as our main priority.


Bike lanes alone are not enough. We bring safe cycling education to people from all walks of life.
Marc Garneau Bike Club out on a ride


We create fun ways to reduce barriers to riding more often.

Get involved

The movement for safer streets needs people like you. Time, energy, knowledge, money, and enthusiasm are welcomed.

Cycle Toronto Booth Set Up

Ward Advocacy

Connect with people working to make positive changes in neighbourhoods around the city


Meet like-minded folks championing life on two wheels, and have fun while doing it.
talking to members at MEC member night


Fund our work making Toronto a bike friendly city for less than a cup of coffee a month.

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