Next week, commuters from around the city are encouraged to participate in Toronto’s 29th annual Bike to Work Day.
On Monday, May 28, thousands of cyclists from various starting points throughout the city will meet up at the intersection of Yonge and Charles Streets at 7:30 am for a group ride to Nathan Phillips Square for a little celebration, coffee, and pancakes before they head to work for the day.
Bike to Work Day will also be kicking off Bike Month in Toronto, which features more than 200 bicycle-themed events across the city from May 28 to June 30.
During Bike Month, there’ll be guided bike tours, cycling workshops and social events taking place.
Bike Month encourages Torontonians to ride a bike more often and raises awareness about the importance of cycling infrastructure.
But in case you can’t make it to Bike to Work Day, the World Naked Bike Ride will be taking place on June 9 for those who are comfortable with stripping down.
And, of course, don’t forget your helmets!
When: Monday, May 28
Time: 7 am to 9 am
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West