The Great Toronto Bicycling Guide
Bicycling along scenic rivers, creeks and Lake Ontario's shoreline is one of the joys of Toronto. This revised guide to Toronto's best off-street bicycling routes: details how to reach the routes by bicycle, car and subway (which allows bikes in off-peak hours); guides you along the route with detailed descriptions and easy-to-read maps; shares the fascinating history of the people who first explored these routes.
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Cycling Torontos pathways
Buying a bicycle
Along Lake Ontario
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