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Welcome September! Here’s some Autumn biking inspiration!

Yesterday, we asked a question on Twitter:

Today’s the last day of August. Tell us why you’re looking forward to biking in the fall in Toronto!

Here are some of the responses we received… let them inspire you to do lots of biking in our great city in (arguably) the best season for biking.

because my hair won’t be stuck to my head and helmut in a mass of sweaty blond locks (LisaAMuse)

Any time is a good time to bike. Just dress appropriately. (biketree)

I’m looking forward to the nice cool fall winds for those longer rides (McGabeGabe)

Because I can bike in my work clothes without sweating like crazy! No need to bring shorts. (RiverdaleMac)

Can’t wait for the cooler weather and that unmistakable autumn smell in the air! (indeedemma)

 

What about biking in the fall are YOU looking forward too? Let us and your fellow cyclists know in the comments below!

[photo courtesy of Andy’s Camera]

 

 

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