TBN is the largest recreational cycling club in the Greater Toronto Area and offers plenty of cycling activities for riders of all levels. TBN also organizes a variety of other activities that include hiking, cross-country skiing, ice-skating and weekend excursions.See upcoming rides and events here and also check back two hours in advance in case the activity is cancelled due to weather. Cancellation is at the discretion of each event coordinator.
Remember to bring your membership card to all rides; non-members are welcome for a fee of $5 - see membership FAQs for more details.
TBN Cycling Apparel Available Now
Sales of TBN cycling jerseys, jackets and vests have resumed, with a range of different items starting from $59.
Prices will increase 4-7% December 15, so get your order in as soon as possible. We need 10 orders to start a production run, and then it's about 8-10 weeks delivery, so you can have your new jersey long before the spring biking season starts.
Vote for TBN as Best Cycling Club
Voting is now open for the Get Out There Magazine Readers' Choice awards, so vote early to help TBN keep its 2014 prize as the best bike club in Eastern Canada.
WattsUp Cycling Studio - Complimentary Sessions
These sessions will provide cyclists with an opportunity to compete against each other over a computer-simulated course. View your cycling metrics, live on the big screen. How fast are you going, how far have you cycled, what is your power and how do you rank against your cycling mates. Come and experience our MultiRider indoor racing/riding system. Bringing your own bike is mandatory. Registration required.
Location: WattsUp Cycling Studio, 38 Torlake Crescent, Etobicoke
Winter Trips Now Open for RegistrationCheck the overnight trips page for three great winter ski and snowshoe trips, all of which are now open for registration:
Cycling, Photography and Community
Dave Trattles is a social documentary photographer (Canadian Geographic, Macleans, National Archives of Canada). He has travelled via bicycle through 70 countries over 20 years. David knows cycling and slow journalism. Join TBN for an evening of stories and life experiences via bicycle touring and photography. Dave will illustrate why he cycles and how he engages with the community along the way.
Date: 17 Dec 2015 7:00 PM
TBN In Your Pocket
We're very proud to introduce the mobile edition of TBN's web site, which gives you fast access to upcoming TBN events. Take a look at www.tbn.ca/mobile, and bookmark the site on your tablet or smartphone. You never need to worry about missing a ride again. To get detailed information about an event, just tap on the event name, and tap again to close. Here's a useful tip: if you click on the Ride with GPS link in the detailed information for a ride, and have the Ride with GPS app installed on your phone, the app will open with the route loaded.
The page also shows Toronto weather mini-forecasts up to three days in advance, making it easier for you to plan ahead.
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Discounts for TBN Members
More bike shops and tours recently added
The Fall/Winter 2015 issue of QuickRelease is now available.