Bike Share is a great way to get around town.
Ranked as one of the best cities to live and visit, Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the fourth largest in North America. Toronto is a multi-cultural centre for business, finance, and the arts.
Explore all Toronto has to offer from restaurants, shopping, shows, museums, parks, and more! Biking is an enjoyable and cost-effective way to get around town while avoiding traffic, subway delays and taxi fares. Sightseeing is included at no extra cost!
Bike Share Toronto is an excellent option for most people. See below for an explanation on how bike share works. Toronto also has options for traditional bike rentals, if that suits your needs better.
While bike share has similarities to traditional bike rental, it has many advantages as well. The sturdy-framed bikes are available at any docking station in the city. The bikes can be taken from any station and returned to any station in the bike share system. Bike share is perfect for short trips around town.
Bike share is also perfect for longer trips. You can explore the city and return the bike to any docking station when you are finished sightseeing.
Visit the How It Works page on our website to learn more about bike share.
Bike Share Toronto was created to provide both locals and visitors an enjoyable and cost-effective option to walking, taxis, and public transportation. With 270 stations and 2750 bikes, Bike Share Toronto is the easiest way get around town and explore the city.
Join as an Annual Member or buy a Single Trip, Day Pass or 3-Day Pass through CycleFinder or Transit apps or at a station kiosk. Take as many quick trips as you want while your pass or membership is active. The first 30 minutes of each ride is included in the base price of the pass or with your membership. Extra usage fees apply after 30 minutes (see Pricing). To avoid overage fees, return your bike to any of the 270 stations every 30 minutes.