Bike Month Toronto

People gathered at Nathan Phillips Square for Bike Month


Bike Month is an opportunity for people to try riding a bike for the first time, learn new skills, or simply have fun and connect with new people. It’s taking the time to rekindle the youthful magic of exploring your neighbourhood by bike or share that joy with the next generation of bike riders. Bike Month is a celebration of cycling. Bike Month invites new, learning, and experienced riders to celebrate the joys and possibilities of cycling – from commuting to work or school, to running errands, to minding your health — riding a bike is a healthy, sustainable, and FUN way to get around.

Dust off your saddle, pump up your tires, and roll out with Bike Month 2024 by joining the annual Bike to Work Day Group Commute to Nathan Phillips Square on Thursday, June 6.

Stay tuned for more community rides across the city.


Check out Bike Month events in Toronto

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Bike to Work Day Group Commute - Thursday, June 6

Whether you ride every day or you haven’t ridden in years, joining the Bike to Work Day Group Commute to City Hall event is a great way to celebrate the joy of riding a bike. Riding as a group often creates an environment that feels safer, especially for new and learning riders. As the saying goes: “strength in numbers!” Each of the four official group rides will be guided by Cycle Toronto Ride Guides to ensure riders stay on course and arrive safely at Nathan Phillips Square!

Join us for Bike to Work Day Group Commute

Going by Bike  - Thursday, June 13

Sponsored by Smart Commute, Cycle Toronto will show you how you can do more of your daily trips by bike and how easy it can be! We’ll walk you through how you can do everything from commuting to work, picking up your kids, and even grocery shopping by bike. Learn about road rules, how to navigate the different types of urban cycling infrastructure, and how to map out a safe and efficient commute.

Join us at the Going by Bike workshop

Sherbourne Common Waterfront Ride - Saturday, June 22

Smart Commute Toronto is teaming up with Cycle Toronto for a free Bike Month Community Ride along the Toronto waterfront cycling infrastructure via Queens Quay and the Martin Goodman Trail. The route is an 8.5km ride that will loop around Coronation Park and return back to Sherbourne Common. This will be a slow roll suitable for all ages and abilities.

Join us at Common


Bike Engagement Stations

Cycle Toronto will be holding pop-up bike engagement stations to provide people with safety checks and minor repairs for those who may not have access to a bike shop but want to get riding. We'll be able to help with things like inflating your tires, lubricating your chain, performing an ABC safety check, and anything else our teams can safely accomplish in a few minutes. These events are being delivered as part of the StreetSmartsTO program with support from the City of Toronto

And many more! Check out our events calendar for a full list.


Events Calendar


Smart Commute App

Smart Commute is a Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) and City of Greater Sudbury program that helps individuals and organizations travel efficiently and sustainably. This benefits individuals and communities in many ways including reducing congestion, improving people’s health and taking action on climate change.

Download the Smart Commute App or sign up at to log your trips:

How to Log Trips Smart Commute

Log Your Trips With Smart Commute

Bike Month Contest

From June 1 to 30, log your cycling trips on the Smart Commute Tool for a chance to win a gift card valued at $100 from The Bay, Canadian Tire, MEC, or PRESTO. Five prizes will be awarded to Smart Commute Toronto workplaces and an additional five prizes for community members that live in Toronto. Bicycle trips of any duration, distance, or destination can be logged as an entry.

Read the Official Contest Guide as well as the Bike Month Contest Terms and Conditions before getting started.



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