Toronto was built to be explored on two wheels. A network of downtown Toronto bike rentals makes it easy, as do bike lanes, separated cycle tracks and multi-use trails all over the downtown core. Hop on a bike and get exploring!  

Bike Share locations are everywhere

Bike Share rents sturdy-framed bikes from about 360 Bike Share stations scattered throughout the city. The bikes can be taken from any station and returned to any station in the Bike Share system. The bikes cost $3.25 per hour, $7.00 for a day pass and $15 for a three-day pass, plus deposit. ­­­­­

From Hotel Victoria

56 Yonge Street

This high-style, historic boutique hotel, made for people who appreciate the finer things, is close to many attractions, including shopping, dining, art, architecture and more.

Closest Bike Share docking station: Front Street at Yonge Street (by the Hockey Hall of Fame)

Recommended route: Head south to the harbour and a wee bit west to the docks. Take your bike on the ferry to Ward’s Island and spend the day exploring the idyllic, car-free Toronto Islands.

From The Anndore House

15 Charles Street East

Designed with flair and run with passionate attention to detail, The Anndore is near some of the best shopping Toronto has to offer, as well as museums, spas and fabulous dining.

Closest Bike Share docking station: 15 Charles Street East

Recommended route: Ride south on Yonge Street and take a right onto Wellesley. The cycle tracks will lead you to Queen’s Park, Philosopher’s Walk, the U of T campus and the Royal Ontario Museum.

From The Strathcona Hotel

60 York Street

The perfect place to work and sleep, the Strathcona offers a personalized and comfortable stay along with timely, professional service.

Closest Bike Share docking station: York Street and Front Street West

Recommended route: Take York Street south to Queens Quay West and hop onto the Martin Goodman multi-use trail. It goes east along our scenic harbour deep into the Beaches.

From The Pantages Hotel

200 Victoria Street

The Pantages offers comfort and simple elegance, and it’s right in the heart of serious shopping and theatre destinations.

 Closest Bike Share docking station: Yonge Street at Yonge and Dundas Square

Recommended route: Use the bike lanes going east on Shuter Street, just south of the hotel. Then go north on River Street to get to the historic Cabbagetown neighbourhood, Riverdale Park and the charming Riverdale farm.

From The Bond Place Hotel

65 Dundas East

Plot your next adventures from a bright and social lobby, launch yourself into Toronto life from the hotel’s central location, then catch some well-earned ZZZs in one of the hotel’s beautifully curated rooms. The Bond offers comfort, service, convenience and a uniquely vibrant atmosphere.

 Closest Bike Share docking station: 111 Bond Street (just north of Dundas)

Recommended route: With care, take Dundas St. East to the southbound bike lane of Sherbourne Street. When you hit the Esplanade, you can head west to the St. Lawrence Market, the Sunday Antique Market and the Sony Centre, or east to the historic Distillery District.

From the Novotel Toronto Centre

45 The Esplanade

The Novotel’s spacious, contemporary rooms are great for unwinding, its stylish Cafe Nicole serves wonderful food and the elegant lobby bar is the perfect setting for nightcap.

Closest Bike Share docking station: Scott Street at the Esplanade (just west of the hotel)

Recommended route: Catch the Martin Goodman trail at the bottom of Yonge Street and ride west along the lake for a look at the huge Victorian houses of Parkdale, some great vintage and antique shopping at Queen and Roncesvalles, and fantastic Eastern European food just north of there.

From the Radisson Admiral Hotel

249 Queens Quay West

With its spectacular views of the Toronto skyline and its calming rooms, the Radisson has everything you need for a comfortable stay, including an on-site fitness centre, room service and a business centre. 

Closest Bike Share docking station: HTO Park (just west of the hotel)

 Recommended route: Take the Martin Goodman trail east then switch to the Don Valley trail at Cherry Street and enjoy a peaceful ride along the river all the way up to the Evergreen Brick Works.

Toronto has some great bicycling routes and a lot to see and do. Grab a bike and get going!

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