Published June 18, 2019 11:45
Discover Hidden Gems in your community.
Looking for somewhere fresh to ride? We are excited to launch a brand new Hidden Gems series as part of Bike Month across the GTHA and Guelph. These weekly features will give you insider tips on some of the best trails, paths, and on-street bike facilities. Whether you cycle to work, ride the trails on the weekend, or bike to get around town, we hope you’ll find a hidden gem. Then, share it with a friend, colleague, or family member who wants to give biking a try this spring.
Discover the Lower Don Recreational Trail in full bloom and take in colourful murals and beguiling sculptures.
Toronto may be a big, bustling city, but you can find pockets of tranquility in ravines and along waterways.
Ride along the Lower Don Recreational Trail to find peace and quiet, not to mention stunning scenery.
You’ll discover a unique mix of natural landscapes and site-specific art installations.
Stop and admire the Duane Linklater concrete gargoyle sculptures.
Check out the beautiful murals near Keating Channel.
Wondering about those teeth? Artist Noel Harding created the unique sculptures which function as water filtration!
Celebrate Bike Month in Toronto!
- From Etobicoke to Scarborough, find dozens of Bike Month events throughout May and June.
- Swing by Cycle Toronto’s Bike Month Commuter Stations happening every Tuesday and Thursdays throughout June for your tote bag packed with goodies from our partners.
- Enter the City of Toronto Cycling Challenge. Track or log your trips using the Commute Tracker app and unlock rewards just by riding your bike! Download the app.