The Canadian city of Toronto doesn’t have a reputation as a bike touring destination.Most cyclists head west to the majestic Rocky Mountains or east to the fishing villages and rolling hills of Quebec.
But Toronto native Allan Stokell – a keen bike tourist and owner of the Tour Cycle bike tour company – says there’s plenty for cyclists to explore in the big city. And while Toronto may not be your main destination on a bike tour, you may well pass through it on your way to other places.
In this week’s 10 questions, Cycling In Toronto, Allan recommends places to ride your bike in and around Toronto, talks about taking your bike on public transport and even gives a tip about where you might find a stealth camping place!
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