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Cycle Touring and Mountain Biking

Strap on your helmet, hop on your bike and pedal along Ontario's safe and sophisticated network of roads and trails.

Bicycle Tours

From a quiet country cycle tour to the rugged shorelines of Lake Huron, pedal out for the day or take an overnight adventure. Travel along rolling hills, farmlands and lakeside views, or through a beautiful vineyard with an essential stop along the way to sample a world-class vintage.

Cycle along the shores of Lake Ontario on the Waterfront Trail, and discover communities, events, shopping, wineries, parks and attractions.

Discover a new spin on the nation’s capital with Ottawa Cycling Tours. Learn about Toronto’s history, culture, people and food with Toronto Bicycle Tours. 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.

Mountain Biking

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.

Explore the Bruce Peninsula mountain biking network or set out on a guided tour around Turkey Point with Long Point Eco Adventures.

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.

Fat Biking

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.

Cyclist packing gear on his bike.

ONTARIO BY BIKE!

Explore Ontario by bike. Discover bicycle friendly destinations, attractions and accommodations. Get route maps and guidebooks, and learn about great events and tours.

THE BIKE TRAIN

THE BIKE TRAIN

In the summer, take the Bike Train between Montreal and Toronto and cycle on 1,000 kilometres of bicycle lanes, shared roadways and off-road paths in and around Toronto.

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