Toronto Bike Tours

Tips of nice places to go biking in Toronto!


August 2015

Biking in Riverdale Park

If you live in Downtown Toronto and don’t wanna go so far to enjoy a beautiful spot to practice sports and – of course – go biking, Riverdale is a great option. With two sides divided by the Lower Don River (between Cabbagetown to the West and Broadview Avenue to the East), the park has recreational fields for soccer, baseball, tennis courts and a running track. Continue reading “Biking in Riverdale Park”


Mount Pleasant Cemetery Bike Ride

It sounded weird to me when I heard that people in Toronto go to Mount Pleasant Cemetery for jogging or biking. I’ve never had this tradition of going to visit the ones who had left us at the cemetery, so I hardly ever go, even when I’m visiting a different city and the guide say the local cemetery is highlight place to go. Anyway, I decided to go biking to Mount Pleasant to see what was that about. And I can say that I was very surprised, in a good way. First of all, by the number or bikers over there. Secondly, by the beauty of the place. Continue reading “Mount Pleasant Cemetery Bike Ride”

Bike Ride To Scarborough Bluffs

GTA has so many amazing places to go that even people who lived their entire lives here don’t even know it. Scarborough Bluffs is definitely one of this places. I’ve been living here for almost two years now, and just heard about it very recently. So I decided to go biking there from my place, in DT. Looking at Google Maps, it was quite easy to get there, just take Danforth Ave all the way East to Kingston Rd, and then take a few streets to the Bluffs. The problem is that there’s no bike path on Danforth or Kingston, but I went on the rush time and it was totally safe. Continue reading “Bike Ride To Scarborough Bluffs”

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