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Ride Classifications

The information below is a guide for deciding which of the above ride programs are best suited to you.


Description Programs
Leisure Wheeler
  • Designed as entry-level rides for novices, seniors, or riders returning after a significant absence.
  • Distances of 20 to 40 km, at a typical speed of 14 to 18 km/h for a leisurely pace.
  • Rides generally start in the city and take place on a mixture of paved recreational trails and streets.
  • Leisure Wheeler rides generally have sweeps and regrouping points to keep the group together.
Tuesday Ravine
Sunday Leisure Wheeler
Urban Roller
  • For riders with some experience.
  • Distances of 30 to 50 km (70 km for the Sunday Urban Roller), at a typical speed of 18 to 24 km/h.
  • Rides generally start in the city and take place on a mixture of paved recreational trails and streets, with occasional ventures out into surrounding areas.
  • Occasionally Urban Roller rides are longer, faster, or hillier, but still aim at falling close to the Urban Roller typical speed range.
  • Urban Roller rides generally have sweeps and regrouping points to keep the group together.
Wednesday Night
Thursday Night
Friday Night
Saturday Morning
Sunday Urban Roller
Tourist
  • For more experienced cyclists.
  • Distances of 50 to 110 (and occasionally longer), at a typical speed of 20 to 26 km/h.
  • These rides explore the lovely rural countryside outside of the city. The Sunday Tourist/Sportif rides start at TTC stations, while the other three programs require a vehicle to get to the start.
  • Tourist rides vary with respect to sweep and regrouping practices.
Wednesday Wheelie
Freedom Friday
Saturday Cruising Short
Sunday Tourist/Sportif
Sunday Country Cruise
Sportif
  • Sportif riders do the same rides as Tourists, but at a faster 27 to 35 km/h pace.


Wednesday Wheelie
Saturday Cruising Short
Sunday Tourist/Sportif
Sunday Country Cruise

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