DISCOVER YORK REGION BY BIKE

Published June 06, 2016 17:39

Explore York Region By Bike with the new tour map!
There are many on and off-road cycling routes that run from our border with the city of Toronto in the south up to the shores of Lake Simcoe in the north. These routes provide cyclists of all ages and abilities an opportunity to stay active and explore York Region's natural beauty. The new cycling tour map provides some routes for exploring York Region by bike, from ten tour routes to mountain biking, BMX and family cycling options.

 

Recreational cyclists

  • All-Terrain Ride
  • Butter Tart Ride
  • Group of Seven Trails
  • Markham Town and Trail
  • Pedal to the Kettle
Experienced cyclists
  • Main to the Moraine
  • Simcoe Beaches
  • Tour de Holland
  • Village Roundabout
  • York Century

Family/leisure cyclists

  • Nokiidaa Trail - Aurora, Newmarket, East Gwillimbury 
  • Rouge Valley Trail - Markham 
  • Oak Ridges Corridor - Richmond Hill 
  • Bartley Smith Greenway - Vaughan 
  • William Granger Greenway - Vaughan 

Let us know about your cycling experience in York Region with the hashtag #yorkcycling or by emailing cycling@york.ca. For more information, visit York.ca/cycling.

Mark Inglis Greenbelt Route

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