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STUFF: The Best Bike Stores in Toronto

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BlogTO compiles their annual (?) list of what their readers think are the best bike shops in the city.

The best bike stores in Toronto show considerable diversity in their areas of specialty. From the humble repair-focused shop to places that deal almost exclusively in race-ready road bikes, Toronto’s got it. In fact, for a city that often appears to struggle to be bike-friendly, there’s actually an embarrassment of riches when it comes to retail outlets.

If it’s possible to break these stores into categories, there are four main types of bike shops that we have in rather plentiful supply: those that cater to commuter/utility cyclists, those that focus on repairs and the used bike market, high-end specialty boutiques, and the bigger stores that pretty much do it all. There are pros and cons to shopping at any of these stores, as well as significant variance in price point. And yet, thankfully, on account of the many options out there, cyclists of all kinds can be confident that there are a selection of stores that will cater to their specific needs.

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STUFF: Great Gear for Riding in the Rain

Spring showers are no match for these wet weather riding pieces that will keep you covered when skies are gray. Read More: Great Gear for Riding in the Rain

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STUFF: 5 Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day (on a Bike)

Celebrate this Mother’s Day with a special ride and a beautiful bicycle gift. Read More: 5 Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day (on a Bike)

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STUFF: The top 10 stores to buy a mountain bike in Toronto

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The top stores to buy a mountain bike are far more varied than they were a couple of decades ago when the sport all of a sudden became the next big thing and local bike shops had to scramble to diversify their stock. Nowadays it’s rare to find a cycling store that doesn’t carry an array of mountain bikes. That said, some places do specialize more than others, and it’s not always the best idea to buy your off road ride from a shop that specializes in road rides. Most places can do both, but those listed below distinguish themselves based on service, selection, and in some cases price.

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STUFF: Bike Belle Bags and Baskets

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Polish bike boutique, Bike Belle, designs, makes, and sells designer bicycle accessories and specializes in bike baskets, handmade in Poland, from natural wicker, complete with cute liners and matching saddle covers.

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