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


We’ve officially taken over 2,000,000 trips this year – surpassing our total ridership of 2018 by November!


Congrats on the incredible milestone, Toronto. With winter at our doorstep, let bikeshare continue to be your way of commuting the city this November! Tips below on how to prepare for winter cycling and more! How many trips do you think we can take before 2020? Hop on a bike and let’s find out.


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October Ridership: 248,667


Most Popular Start Stations:
York/Queens Quay – 2,175 Trips
Bay / College – 2,112
Union Station – 2,091


Most Popular End Stations:
Union Station – 2,809 Trips
York/Queens Quay – 2,369 Trips
Bay/Queens Quay – 2,120


Moneris Update

Action is Required on Your Account

Bike Share Toronto is moving payment processors, from Global Payment to Moneris. To ensure your system-access is uninterrupted, we require our members to resubmit their credit card information on our website or via CycleFinder. Please take a moment to login and re-enter your billing information before November 30, 2019 to continue riding without service interruption. 

Learn More



November Member of the Month

Member of the Month

“I’ve used Bike Share for the last few years and I love it. It is such an easy, convenient way to get around downtown Toronto. There are docks everywhere across the city which makes accessing the system super easy. I use a bike at least twice a day to get to and from school and work and wherever else I need to go.”

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November Station Spotlight

Station Spotlight 

Our Mill St and Parliament St Station is found in Toronto‘s Distillery District. The historic cobble-stoned and pedestrian-only village dates back to 1831 when James Worts and William Gooderham came to Canada and opened a mill for grinding grain. Now a fundamental component to Toronto‘s identity and a National Historic Site of Canada, this area is a must-see for both locals and visitors.

Explore our Station



Share Your Feedback

Always working to improve our service, we want to hear from our ridersShare your feedback about Bike Share Toronto with our quick, convenient survey. We appreciate you taking the time to share your experience with us.

Take Survey



November Member Perks at Second City

15% off Tickets at Second City

Have a laugh with Member Perks at Second City! Take advantage of 15% discount on tickets for all Second City for performances, excluding Saturday evening shows. Redeem this incredible deal online with code ‘bike’.  

Get Tickets



November Member Perks at Toronto HIstory Museums

Discounts at Toronto History Museums

Unlock our city’s diverse past with Member Perks at Toronto History Museums! Save 30% off general admission onsite with your member key or 30% off special ticketed events, like the Nutcracker Concert, Gingerbread House Workshop and Musical Candlelight Tours, with code Bike30. 

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How to Prep for Winter Cycling

Winter is coming and the Bike Share Toronto team is fortifying the system for another successful season of riding. Discover how we are getting the fleet ready for a Canadian winter and how you can prep for the cold too with our tips for winter cycling.

Gear up for Winter



Member Perks at Yoga Tree

Save at Yoga Tree 

Grow with Member Perks at Yoga Tree. Whether you are looking to relax, sweat, strengthen or try something new, enjoy monthly memberships at the discounted rate of $100 or 15% off any of class card packages with your Bike Share Toronto member key. Offer valid until December 31, 2019.

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10% off Fix Coffee + Bikes

Stop in to get your bike repaired.  Sip a delicious coffee. Marvel at local art. Enjoy all of this and more at Fix Coffee and Bikes. Save 10% storewide with Member Perks. Don’t forget your key!

Get the Details



Toronto Biennial of Arts

Ride the Toronto Biennial of Art

Navigate the Toronto Biennial of Art on two wheels with Bike Share
Toronto‘s 10-day pass, available during the festival for only $15 with code TBA2019! The 72-day Toronto Biennial of Art presents local, national, and international contemporary art in a citywide event as culturally layered and connected as Toronto itself.

Get Pass



Until December’s edition…

-Happy Riding, from Your Friends at Bike Share Toronto

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