Toronto Cruisers Bike Ride

Toronto Cruisers is a bike ride that aims to make Toronto a bit more bright, fun & adventurous!

In executing our mission to make Toronto more fun, we highly encourage people to dress up their bikes with lights, music & decoration! After all, since Wednesday is just another day in the 9-5 weekly grind, why not make Wednesdays an event to look forward to! We've been known to bring a lot of smiles to a lot of faces with our festive attitude & brightly lit bikes. In our spirit to spread the love, we invite all cyclists to tag along as they see us roll by! Making impromptu friends around the city is a great feeling that helps bring the community together in so many ways.

On any given ride night, there may be multiple sound systems & our taste in music is incredibly diverse. That means you might hear anything from country to drum'n'bass to techno to metal to lounge to pop to dubstep to oldies to grime to goth or anything in between. Our sense of inclusiveness very much extends to our musical tastes, so come with an open mind!

We ride every Wednesday from May-end of August weather permitting. The ride is open to everyone regardless of age or experience level. We aim to make Toronto more fun, so we don't make the ride difficult, we keep the group together as much as possible, take breaks & wander the city in an attempt to take in hidden gems, secret alleys, artwork, sunsets & stop at a few usual haunts. The ride is a hop-on, hop-off event & no one is expected to ride any longer than they feel comfortable doing. For this reason, we share our location with all riders so they can join us at any point during the ride.

No membership is required to join, rides are free, no rsvp required & we have no political affiliation or agenda. Our current meeting point is at Bloor St West & Huron (between Spadina & St. George) on the southwest corner. Rides start at about 8:15pm

Weather updates, location & more are shared on our social media pages.

Toronto Cruisers Bike Ride

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