Cycle Toronto Rides the City 101 Bike Tours

Have you considered commuting to work or school by bike but are newer to navigating Toronto streets?
Do you want to ride more often and build confidence on the road?
Would you like to learn more about the role of cycling in city-building?

Join us for free monthly guided group tours where we'll provide an introduction to Toronto’s cycling infrastructure and highlight where you can ride with confidence.We’ll be making lots of stops along the way to talk about Cycle Toronto’s role in building public and political support to create a connected bike network. 

When: June - September 2017

1. June: Wed June 14, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:15 pm
2. July: Thurs July 6, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:15 pm
3. August: Thurs Aug 17, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:15 pm
4. September: Wed Sept 6, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:15 pm

RSVP is required for these events. Links to sign up for the individual monthly rides will be provided on this page closer to the event dates, check back soon to sign up for our upcoming rides! 

What: 14.5 km ride at a relaxed pace. Meet in central location downtown and return nearby. Participants will be provided detailed information upon registration. RSVP is required. Maximum 25 participants per tour.

Please note: ride participants must know how to ride a bicycle. We will be riding mostly on bike lanes, cycle-tracks, and off-road trails, but you will at times be riding in traffic with a group. Group riding instructions will be provided at the start of the tour. While we organize many family-friendly mass rides, the skill level required for this ride is not geared toward children. A 24 hour Bike Share Toronto pass can be provided for this ride. Please email if needed.

If there is someone you know who’d like to learn more, please share this page! 

This ride is part of Relay2017.ca which has been made possible by the Toronto Foundation, Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Government of Ontario, Toronto Arts Council, Community Foundations of Canada and the Government of Canada, the Toronto Star, and the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Special thanks to the Friends of the Pan Am Path.

By Daniela Patino on Jun 21, 2017

  

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