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10 fun things to do on a bike this summer in Toronto

Well, this list isn’t bad, but it’s very touring/racing oriented.  There’s a couple mountain biking things in there, and the closest thing to “normal” bike riding is the World Naked Bike Ride.

I may have to do my own list up… stay tuned.

Options to have fun on a bike in and around Toronto are limited only by one’s imagination. Whether you favour the knobby tires of a mountain bike or prefer your rubber inflated to 110psi (no inappropriate jokes, please), the GTA is rich with possibilities. Within the city, one has the Don Trails, the Waterfront bike path, and places like High Park to explore (to name only a few). Throw in the ample cycling clubs and weekly rides based out of Toronto and you have a city that’s primed to satisfy the whims of cyclists of all kinds.

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