Toronto Bike Tours

Tips of nice places to go biking in Toronto!


July 2016

David Balfour Trail Bike Ride

I remember writing in another post that one of the things I love the most about Toronto is that you can find amazing hidden places in the city to go biking. David Balfour Trail is definitely one of them. I had to go to St. Claire Station today, so I’d decided to go biking there and then come back by the trail. I did this path once, last fall, but starting at the Beltline Trail. This time, I started at St. Claire Avenue East, taking the trail for walking, actually, which I don’t recommend. There are too many stairs and part of the trail you can just bike if you have a mountain bike. But you can start taking the entrance at Avoca Avenue (going eastbound, it’s the first street on your right after Yonge). Continue reading “David Balfour Trail Bike Ride”


Biking to Scarborough Bluffs

Today I decided to go back to Scarborough Bluffs, since the last time I was there it was overcast and I didn’t get to go biking all the way to the beach – because I was too tired of my bike ride from downtown to there. So I “cheated” a little bit, and took the subway from Sherbourne to Kennedy Station, which is not far from the bluffs. It was a wise decision, because I could explore the area without being so tired, specially in a hot day like today (around 32 degrees). Continue reading “Biking to Scarborough Bluffs”

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