• Easy to Advanced - One of the best rides on the east side of Toronto, hilly at times, trails for all levels, most on the south end. Sand on the north end. Large enough to keep you busy all day. With mixed forest and pines this fat-tire play...
    Total Trail Km: 35
    MTB Track %: 40
  • Easy to Intermediate - The Kay Gardner Beltline + York Beltline was once a rail loop that circled the city of Toronto in 1890's. Now it sits in the middle of the city and you can ride most of north part without the threat of cars.Busy ...
    Total Trail Km: 9
    Double track %: 75
  • Easy - In the centre of Oshawa I discovered this short but excellent park ride for cyclists. Though not too long at 6.5 km (one way) the Oshawa Creek (Joseph Kolodzie) Bike Trail has such varied scenery on the the route that it deserves to ...
    Total Trail Km: 7
  • Inter. to Advanced Ride - Glen Major and Walkers Woods have some of the best riding on the north east side of Toronto. Well maintained, flowing trails, a few big hills that make you work. Not too crowded. Excellent trail system which has be...
    Total Trail Km: 20
    MTB Track %: 30
    Double track %: 20
  • Beginner to Intermediate - The Thames Valley park trails in downtown London, Ontario are some of the best bicycle paths in the province. This large city has well maintained and signed routes that head in three directions along the river val...
    Total Trail Km: 21
  • Easy - This 9 km section of the Martin Goodman bike path along Lake Ontario’s shoreline is likely the most popular ride in town, and for good reason. Going through the centre of Toronto’s continually evolving waterfront offers many sights a...
    Total Trail Km: 9
  • Intermediate to Advanced - The Hamilton to Brantford Bicycle Rail Trail is one third of the full length of the rail line which continues through Paris to Cambridge -- a total of 80 km and part of the Trans Canada Trail Network. Rated as one...
    Total Trail Km: 32
    Double track %: 95
  • All Levels - Albion Hills Conservation Area is a favourite on the west side of Toronto. It's a well cut collection of trails through a hilly, forested area of x-country ski trails and single track trail. The terrain has a little of everythi...
    Total Trail Km: 50
    MTB Track %: 40
  • 13 km- Easy - Intermediate - The Humber River bike path  is a very popular ride on the west side of Toronto for good reason. This trail offers an easy, yet long route if you wish to ride it along the river with an ever-changing scenic lands...
    Total Trail Km: 13