This cycling route is one of my local favourites and illustrates why Toronto is consistently rated one of the top cities to live in the world. About 67k (93%) of 72k of this route is on paved trails…primarily the Humber River Trail, Waterfront Trail, Don River Trail and the Finch Corridor Trail. Spinning along these … Continue reading Toronto loop ride on beautiful serene trails of 72kms →
April 23rd I enjoyed a 127km ride on a Toronto north loop I created with RideWithGPS using off-road paths and trails where possible. To stay safe during Covid I took four bottles of water with me so that I wouldn’t have to stop at any store along the way. Wish I had taken more water … Continue reading 2021-04-23 A Toronto north loop ride →
Today I did a small part for Earth Day…as a volunteer bike mechanic for Bikes Without Borders‘s The Great Bike Recycle program I repaired three used bikes, that will be givin free (with helmets and locks) to a poor family, empowering them with mobility. Tomorrow I am going to enjoy Mother Earth with a 125km … Continue reading For Earth Day today I repaired bikes for refugees…tomorrow a 125k bike ride. →
If you, like me, are looking for inspirational bikepacking journey stories to vicariously get you through these dark dangerous covid times, then I highly recommend Mark Watson’s Highlux Photography Blogs, especially Alaska to Pantagonia, which follows Mark Watson and Hanna Black’s transcontinental cycling journey, following the length of the Americas: from Deadhorse, Alaska to Ushuaia, … Continue reading Post Covid dreaming of Bikepacking from Alaska to Pantagonia and other adventures →
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