Toronto Bicycle Tours

For those people who enjoy being active and riding bikes, may we recommend a bike tour of Toronto?Toronto bike lanes

One of the best way to see Toronto is on two wheels! The bike pace is slower than a car which lets you take in the city sights and you can cover more ground than if you were walking. No worries about parking the care or getting lost with one of the expert tour guides from the well-respected Toronto Bicycle Tours.  You get to see the city from the perspective of a local by traveling through Toronto’s quiet neighbourhood, city parks and bike lanes, to capture the cities must-see cultural, historical landmarks and major attractions.

Toronto Bicycle Tours

Toronto Bicycle Tours offers three public schedule tour options:

  • Heart of Downtown – Is a great introduction to Toronto with key sights, including must-see cultural and historical landmarks. Duration: 5 hrs. Level:   Very Easy Cost: $70 + 13% tax
  • Island Tours – Take a ferry ride to the Toronto Islands in the evening or early morning to enjoy to beautiful scenery and breathtaking skyline views! Choice of morning or twilight ride. Duration: 5 hrs. Level:   Very Easy Cost: $80 + 13% tax
  • Downtown and Island Combo –  This option offers the best of both worlds by exploring downtown Toronto during the day, and then the Toronto Islands in the evening! Duration: 5 hrs + 3.5 hrs with a break inbetween. Level: Easy Cost: $140 + 13% tax

Price includes use of a bicycle and a helmet, water, snacks, and tour guide. However you can also rent bikes and do your own self-guided sightseeing tour.

Getting there from Making Waves Boatel: Take the Spadina 510 streetcar to Dundas Street West and then walk eastbound to 275 Dundas Street West. About 17 minutes in total.

Click here for more details or to book your tour with Toronto Bicycle Tours. 

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About Diane Greene

Diane Greene stepped off the corporate treadmill in 2004 for pursue a life of traveling and adventure. 10 years later she is still operating Toronto's only Boat Bed and Breakfast and travelling with her husband on Boatel, their 65 foot trawler in the US and Bahamas during the winter. Diane has three wonderful children and 3 grandbabies. Diane loves photography, travel and scuba diving.

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