The Great Toronto Bicycling Guide

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Great North Books, Apr 7, 2006 - Bicycle touring - 80 pages
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The essential guide to cycling in Toronto.

Bicycling along scenic rivers, creeks and the Lake Ontario shoreline is one of the joys of living in or visiting Toronto. This comprehensive handbook shows how to reach Toronto's best off-street bicycle paths by bike, car, or subway (which allows bikes during off-peak hours).

Conveniently pocket sized, the guide is easy to take along and each route is fully detailed and illustrated with an easy-to-read map. This new edition is completely updated and includes 16 scenic trails.

Useful tips and advice on cycling basics are also provided, such as bicycle paths, buying and taking care of a bike, and what to take along.

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Cycling Torontos pathways
Buying a bicycle
Along Lake Ontario

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About the author (2006)

Elliott Katz has been writing books about Canada's outdoors for more than 25 years, including The Complete Guide to Walking in Canada and The Canadian Cycling Association's Complete Guide to Bicycle Touring in Canada.

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