Toronto Bicycle Tours: Take A Tour Around Toronto

Toronto Bicycle Tours
Heading To Toronto? Take A Tour With Toronto Bicycle Tours!

When I was in Toronto for a travel conference, I joined Toronto Bicycle Tours for a ride around the city. The tour was 4 hours long and they took you through some key areas around Toronto. I’m a fan of bike tours because it’s a great way to have an overview of a city and then make mental notes of places you may want to visit again later.

I don’t remember all the names of the places we went to but the highlights of the tour for me were:

St. Lawrence Market, Chinatown, Kensington Market, Distillery District, Sugar Beach (Lake Ontario), CN Tower, Union Station, Eaton Centre, Air Canada Centre, and Rogers Centre. I also enjoyed the quick historical rundown of the city. I think it’s an important part of getting to know a place and why things are the way they are.




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Here are some photos from my Toronto Bicycle Tours ride:

CN Tower Toronto

CN Tower

Toronto Chinatown |

A stop in Chinatown and a local tip of good food

OCAD Toronto |

OCAD, the art school in Toronto. Very cool architecture by Will Alsop

Toronto Sugar Beach |
A man-made beach in Toronto called Sugar Beach

St Lawrence Market in Toronto Canada |
A stop at the famous St. Lawrence Market

I enjoyed the tour with Toronto Bicycle Tours. I wouldn’t consider myself an expert cyclist, especially in traffic, but the tour guides were there to support us and make sure we were safe. It was also nice to meet other people on the tour and visiting Toronto. If you are travelling to Toronto consider taking a tour with them.


Toronto Bicycle Tours

**Many thanks to Toronto Bicycle Tours for the complimentary tour. As always, opinions are my own.**

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