Queen’s Quay to the bottom of Beverley at Queen

The Bicycle Route Mapping Wiki Project

See the related article at noddersride‘s Biking Toronto Blog, 1,000 Kms.

This route starts at where the Martin Goodman Trail connects with Queen’s Quay West. It’s a challenge to find a good route north into the core from Queen’s Quay West, Bathurst, Spadina, York, Bay and Yonge are all awful car routes full of cabs and noxious carbon monoxide – this is my favorite alternative. It’s a beautiful ride around to the Steam Whistle Roundhouse Brewery, up and around Rogers Centre (Sky Dome) to Peter Street, then a zig-zag at Queen onto Soho and through the ally to Beverley just north of Queen.

Beautiful Quiet Route - that avoids the ugly, dangerous car routes north from Queen's Quay (Bathurst, Spadina, York, Bay & Yonge)

Beautiful Quiet Route - that avoids the ugly, dangerous car routes north from Queen's Quay West (Bathurst, Spadina, York, Bay & Yonge)

Click on the map to go to the interactive sportdistancecalculator.com map (opens in a new tab).

Tags: Beverley St., Lower Simcoe St., Martin Goodman Trail, Peter St., Queen St., Queens Quay West,

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About michael holloway

A long distance runner and a cyclist all my life, my 40th birthday, mid-life crisis saw me become a full time messenger in Toronto - 80 kilometres a day, winter and summer for 3 years. I was in the best shape of my life - both mentally and physically - but three accidents, the chaos and a war for space between bikes and other road users was turning me into a 21 Century road raging zealot. I had to quit. I had learned midtown and the core and of this city like the back of my hand - and that mental mapping changed me forever. I still cycle everywhere but my work is now the pursuit of my other life long ambition - to make myself into a writer.

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