Ride Into the New Year with $1 Trips!

Do you have New Year's plans? Let Bike Share be your ride for only $1! This New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, use Bike Share as you head to festivities and roll into 2023. Get to your destination faster by bike and celebrate with us!

Single Trip passes are only $1 (regularly $3.25) on December 31st and January 1st. Overage fees apply on trips over 30 minutes in length.


Bike Share Toronto is spreading cheer with Valet Service at


📍Trinity St / Front St E Station


Located at the edge of the Distillery District, visit us Thursdays to Sundays 4 - 8PM beginning November 17th until December 31st.  Here, you’ll be greeted by our friendly team and find extra bikes and docking points to help you get to and from the The Distillery Winter Village. 

Winter Village Valet

Visit the system map on your mobile phone to plan your trip, purchase a pass and unlock a bike all in one spot!


Winter Riding Wisdom

Winter riding is not as scary as you may think, why not give it a try! We’re here to help, so let's start by sharing some resources.


5 Tips To Keep You Riding This Winter

Winter Cycling: 8 Tips For A Safer Ride


An exclusive offer from Balzac's to keep you warm this season! Bike Share riders and members can enjoy 15% offBalzac's order online using code BIKESHARE15 from November 17th - December 31st, 2022. 


Another exclusive offer to help ease into winter riding! Bike Share riders who show proof of pass purchase or annual membership are eligible for a 10% discount on winter apparel at Gears Bike Shop.


"Bike Share TO bikes are great for winter! My first choice for winter commuting"


"Using Bike Share Toronto bikes are a great way to save your personal bike from salt"


"I made the seasonal switch to Bike Share TO. Snow tires included in the price of my membership!"


"Rode with Bike Share TO throughout the last 2 winters, beats the streetcar every single time!"


"Loved #winterbiking with Bike Share Toronto yesterday through slush, it meant no clean up for me and no need to worry about bicycle parking."