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Strap on your helmet, hop on your bike and pedal along Ontario's safe and sophisticated network of roads and trails.
Plan your next cycling adventure in Ontario. Parkbus provides express year-round service for city to parks and other outdoor destinations, as well as guided and outfitted excursions. Ontario by Bike is your best source for all the key bicycle friendly information you’ll need to finalize your trip, including routes and trails, accommodations, attractions and restaurants along the way, cycling events, and suggested tours.
Join a guided bicycle excursion, rent a bike for a couple of hours or plan a multi-day adventure on one of Ontario countless cycling trails and routes.
In honour of our 150th birthday, Canada unveiled The Great Trail (the Trans Canada Trail) that crosses the entire nation. The Waterfront Trail hugs the shores of Lake Ontario and stretches 740 km from Niagara to the Quebec border. Enjoy 475 km of signed cycling trails on the Greenbelt Route.
Ride the back roads and trails in Simcoe, Haliburton or Norfolk. Cycle the rolling hills of Northumberland County, or through farmlands and past heritage waterways in Southeastern Ontario to Prescott-Russell. One of the best ways to experience Ottawa is by bike; check out the pathways and routes in and around the Capital or discover a new spin on the city with Ottawa Cycling Tours.
Soak up the scenery cycling along the North Bay waterfront or take in the view of Ramsey Lake in Sudbury. Get a taste of Toronto’s history, culture, people and food with Toronto Bicycle Tours or explore the city at your own pace using Bike Share Toronto.
Cruise wine country on a Niagara Bicycle and Wine tour and explore the diversity of Niagara region's bike routes with Niagara Cycling Tourism Centre. Rent your ride from Bloomfield Bicycle Company in trendy Prince Edward County, or tour vineyards of Canada’s southernmost region, Windsor Essex Pelee, with Farm Dog Cycles.
With thousands of kilometres of mountain bike trails for you to explore, no two experiences will be the same. Choose from untouched conservation lands, rugged wilderness trails or even abandoned logging roads.
Mountain biking is fast becoming a popular resort activity, check out the Blue Mountain Bike Park or Sir Sam’s trail network. The Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Centre features 300 kilometres of forest access roads and trails.
In Ontario, cycling is a four season activity! Try your hand at fat biking; cycling in the snow. Experienced guides and outfitters are ready to assist you in selecting your ultimate biking adventure.