We’ve curated a list of some of the most bike-friendly spots to truly take in the city!
Check out some of the best bike-friendly routes and neighbourhoods in Toronto below.
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The quaint streets of Roncesvalles make for a lovely bike ride through the city. Not only are there some cute sights, but there are also plenty of locally owned shops open. Roncesvalles boasts wide bike lanes, which makes getting through the popular borough a piece of cake.
Head to Sunnyside to take in some views of the lakefront. The Martin Goodman Trail, which runs along Lake Ontario, is perfect for cyclists. Plus, Sunnyside has got tons of cycling facilities sprinkled throughout its scenic streets.
High Park is a beautiful spot for cyclists, especially for the family. While the bike ride isn’t very long, there are paved bike trails on the side of the roads through the park, and it’s a great route to get to the paths along the lake.
Don River Valley Trails
Toronto’s Waterfront Trail
Toronto’s Waterfront Trail is one of the most beautiful cycling spots in the city. With stunning views of the waterfront, this lengthy trail extends far past Toronto, all along Lake Ontario.
Tommy Thompson Park
Tommy Thompson Park, also known as The Leslie Spit, can draw quite a few pedestrians, but it’s still a stunning ride. Plus, the lighthouse at the end is a must-see.
It’s easy to forget how great the Islands are, but a bike ride around Centre Island is one of those things you should really try to do once it gets warm enough to make that ferry ride seem worthwhile.
Humber River Trail