20 September 2010

Early morning bike ride along the Martin Goodman Trail

A few weekends ago I went for a lovely early morning bike ride with my good friend Sam.  We met up in the west end and biked down to the water so that we could go along the Martin Goodman Trail.  The MGT is one of Toronto's best cycling paths primarily because it is separated from car traffic and affords the cyclist, inline skater, or jogger a stress free way to commute across town and take in the beautiful water front. Below is a map of our ride:

View Robby And Sam Cycle in a larger map

We started up around College and Dufferin and made our way south to the lake.

We rode east along the MGT and found a nice beach and dock to sit on and have our delicious chocolate croissants.

There was a pretty strong head wind that day, and so after the beach we headed back up through High Park.  Along the way we stumbled upon a magical playground:

We ended up at a delicious breakfast place on Roncesvalles called Brads.

As it turns out, we were having so much fun that I neglected to take any photos of the actual bike trail.  Whoops! Thanks for the ride, Sam!

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