Toronto Bike Tours

Tips of nice places to go biking in Toronto!


September 2015

Kensington Market

One of the best places to go in the weekend and explore the diversity of Toronto is Kensington Market. No matter what are you up for, you can definitely find there: clothes, art galleries, tattoo places, restaurants, organic groceries, coffee places and – of course – bike shops.  I love going there with my bike and just explore the area, specially because I can find there so many places with vegan food (I’m not vegan, I’m just allergic to dairy). Like Bunner’s Bakeshop, where I had a vegan chocolate ice cream on a sunny Saturday.  Continue reading “Kensington Market”


Aga Khan Museum

Yesterday I went biking to Aga Khan Museum, in the east side of Toronto. I didn’t know how to get there, so I planned my route with Google Maps, going from Downtown. Not a good idea. Although it was a nice bike ride around Rosedale, I had to take Eglinton Avenue East too, and I just didn’t feel safe biking there. But on my way back, I discovered a better route. I could just take the Don River Trail until E.T. Seton Park, and then take the Don Mills Road. Continue reading “Aga Khan Museum”

Biking to Ashbridges Bay Park

One of the things I like the most about living in Toronto is discovering new places to go biking. Today I was going to bike at The Beaches. However, when I got to Ashbridges Bay Park, I’d decided to go for a quick bike ride there before going to Kew-Balmy Beach. I really thought it was just an ordinary park, it never occurred to me to actually go biking there. To be honest, I’m always so excited to get to the beaches that I thought it was just a big parking spot. I was very wrong. Ashbridges Bay Park is an amazing place to go biking. Continue reading “Biking to Ashbridges Bay Park”

Biking to E.T. Seton Park

Another place that I love to go biking is the E.T. Seton Park, located in the district of North York, in Toronto, near the junction of Leslie Street and Eglinton Avenue. The park is named after Ernest Thompson Seton, a British author and naturalist, according to Wikipedia. The best way to get there, biking from Downtown, is to take the Don River Trail. Once you get at the park, there’s a lot of paths for cycling and, since the Don River runs through the park, a lot of spots to take nice pictures too. Continue reading “Biking to E.T. Seton Park”

Toronto Islands Bike Ride

Going to the Islands is one of my favorite things to do around Summer in Toronto, but I had never actually gone there just to go biking before. So I did this week, while the days are still hot and humid, and I had an amazing time! For those who are not from here, Toronto Islands are a chain of small islands located just offshore from the city center. The access is by ferry or water taxis, but to go with your bike the best option is to get the ferry (it’s CAN$7.25, and you can check the schedules here). If you don’t have a bike, you can get one at Bike Share Toronto at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, or rent one at Centre Island. Continue reading “Toronto Islands Bike Ride”

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