Must-Ride Spring Neighbourhoods

Spring is here, Toronto! 


The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and the days are getting longer. Spring has officially started, and we couldn’t be happier. Celebrate the warmer months ahead from a bike seat.


Grab a pass, grab a bike and discover four easy rides perfect for spring with Bike Share Toronto.


Fall bike rides with bike share toronto


Cherry Blossoms at High Park

High Park is one of Toronto’s most visited attractions during spring. Why? The stunning cherry blossoms. Toronto’s largest collection of sakuras — gifted to the city by Japan in 1959 as a gesture of goodwill for accepting refugees after World War II – can be found in the 399 acre park. Blooming for a short amount of time, High Park’s pink branches attracts thousands.


Closed to cars for Cherry Blossom Season, High Park will only be accessible via public transit, walking, and – of course – biking! With three stations at the north entrance and two stations within the park, cycling High Park has never been easier! Pick-up a bike, grab your camera and get pretty in pink with Bike Share Toronto.


High Park Stations


Bird Watch at Tommy Thompson Park

Did you know that Tommy Thompson Park hosts a Spring Bird Festival? The season brings a beautiful migration of birds to the area, perfect for any aspiring bird watcher! Learn about bird conservation, new species and – most importantly – enjoy a sunny spring day in Toronto’s “urban wilderness.”


Falling along the Martin Goodman Trail, Tommy Thompson Park makes for a wonderful bike ride! With two stations near Cherry Beach and one located at the park entrance, cycle to the lakeside to discover local wildlife.


Fall riding at Tommy Thompson Park


Blooms at Allan Gardens

There’s no better time to visit Allan Gardens than in spring! With masses of various hydrangeas, Easter lilies and bulbs in full bloom, Allan Gardens is certainly beautiful this time of year. Jump on a bike and take in the botanical beauty!


We have two stations located at Allan Gardens! Pedal your way to this stunning destination this spring for a day of florals.


Allen Gardens Stations


Beach Day in the East End

Who says you can’t go to the beach in spring? Toronto’s waterfront is especially magical this time of year! Hop on a bike and spend a day in The Beaches. Connecting Woodbine Park and Balmy Beach Park, this ride is a relaxing city escape. With sandy beaches, harbour views and an abundance of greenery, you would never guess that minutes away lies the heart of Toronto.


Make the most of this trip by docking your ride at one of our four stations on route and relax by the shore.


The Beaches stations



Plan your ride with our system map, and don’t forget to download the PBSC app.


Happy biking,

– Your Friends at Bike Share Toronto