What’s Going on in April at Bike Share Toronto?


Bike Share Toronto is asking all customers to help stop the spread of COVID–19 through physical distancing


We are committed to keeping our customers and staff safe. While we are continuing operations to help support those who need to travel on an urgent basis, we ask that you use the CycleFinder App, Website or your member key to practice physical distancing.


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March Ridership: 105,048


Most Popular Start Stations:
Queens Quay / Lower Sherbourne – 1056 Trips
Bay / College – 841
Queen W / Portland – 819 Trips


Most Popular End Stations:
Queens Quay / Lower Sherbourne – 1093 Trips
Queen W / Portland – 858 Trips

Bay / College – 815 Trips



Bike Share Toronto COVID-19 Update

At Bike Share Toronto, we are committed to keeping our customers and staff safe. As such, we have ramped up our cleaning program during the COVID-19 crisis. These new measures, however, do not guarantee that all bikes will be 100% clean at all times, given that they are regularly in use and exposed to the environment. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you take the steps outlined in the City of Toronto’s COVID-19 Health Advisory when using the Bike Share Toronto system.

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Your account Requires an Update

Account Action Required

To avoid account suspension or system access interruption, we require all members to update their billing information via our website or the CycleFinder App. Bike Share Toronto is working to convert payment processing platforms from Global Payments to Moneris. Please login and re-submit your billing information to save your profile on the Moneris platform.

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bike share toronto member of the month - april

Member of the Month

For four years, I have been using and loving Bike Share Toronto. Every morning, I get a docked bike in front of my building and ride 12 minutes to my office in the Financial District. By being active and avoiding large crowds on the TTC, I am improving my health and avoiding other potential risks. Not surprisingly, in recent years the number of people on bikes skyrocketed.”

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Until May’s edition…


-Happy Riding, from Your Friends at Bike Share Toronto

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