Toronto Bicycling Network is Toronto's largest recreational cycling club, rated the city’s #1 cycling club by BlogTO and Readers Choice. TBN offers a wide variety of rides throughout the week and on weekends, catering to all levels of riders, as well as affordable trips outside Toronto and a wide range of winter activities. (Slideshow photos by John Pham and Brian Tao.)

Upcoming Rides and Events - Next 20 events

See all rides and events on the main calendar and also check back two hours in advance in case of cancellation due to weather. You can also find past rides on this calendar. Non-members can Try-a-ride as a Guest for a fee of $5. See membership FAQs for more details.

Most Recent Newsletter

Chain of Events is TBN's e-newsletter, featuring up to date info about upcoming rides and events. Click here for the most recent Chain of Events.


Come celebrate Canada Day long weekend with a trip to Pittsburgh, PA. Visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, Fallingwater, and take part in rides hosted by a local cycling club, Premier Bicycle Club of Western Pennsylvania. Registration is now open. Four nights' accommodation and breakfast for $200 Canadian. For more information click here.

Jersey store is open!

TBN's online jersey store is now open. Get your home-team jersey and show off your colours out on the road. Members are invited to go here to view instructions for ordering, and here to access the Garneau store for sizing information and to place an order. The store will remain open until May 27.

RIDE FOR HEART 2019 – Volunteers needed

TBN is looking for volunteers to help at Ride for Heart, a once-a-year chance to ride the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway with thousands of other cyclists. It's a car-free, cost-free ride for our two groups of volunteer riders, who are invited to meet up after the ride for a beer-and-wings celebration at a local pub, courtesy of Ride for Heart: "Ride Ambassadors" (to help with minor roadside issues and call for first-aid); and "Ride Marshals" (strong riders who are empowered to ensure rider safety along the route).

We are also seeking a few volunteers to help out at the TBN booth in the Enercare Centre at CNE, to greet Ride for Heart riders as they complete the ride and to provide information on TBN. If you are interested, contact Rick MacMillan at

The ride takes place on Sunday, June 2. Please register no later than May 27.

New trip ideas?

Contact Jeannie at if you have suggestions for a trip or if you wish to lead one. Trip leaders have their fees paid by TBN.

Report Bike Parking Issues

The City of Toronto has launched a free web app called BikeSpace to collect data from cyclists to help improve bicycle parking. Using the BikeSpace app, cyclists can highlight areas where new bike parking is needed and report broken and full bike racks, as well as spots occupied by abandoned bikes. Download it to your smartphone from the Apple or Google app stores.

TBN MOBILE Applications

TBN has a free iPhone and Android app displaying upcoming rides with a single click. Open up the  Apple AppStore or Android PlayStore and look for "Toronto Bicycling Network." Iif you would like to use a mobile browser instead, please bookmark our mobile-friendly site. You can reach the mobile site by clicking here.


Bike shops, services and tours

Among the benefits for TBN members are  discounts from bike shops and cycling related services. Click Retailer & Services Directory for savings. 

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