Downtown Parry Sound is located in the heart of Parry Sound right on beautiful Georgian Bay. There are many local shops and retailers as well as numerous restaurants. Bike racks are offered in strategic locations and an information kiosk is available for more information on Parry Sound.
We believe the best way to experience The Boro is by bike! With personalized service and big city selection, downtown Peterborough offers a unique shopping and entertainment experience for cyclists, with ample bike parking, dozens of diverse cycling trails, world-class culinary experiences, and nearby hotels, all along the picturesque Otonabee River.
Along Ajax’s historic main street, Old Kingston Road, bike-friendly restaurants, shops, spas, salons, yoga, baked goods, ice cream, and more await. Pickering Village, settled in 1807, still contains many heritage buildings: The Gordon House, built in 1881, was a hotel known for its excellent food; Casa Verde, a popular Italian restaurant is housed in an 1890 building that once served as a birthing house, and later as a rum runner’s hideout. Originally constructed as church in 1871 and beautifully retrofitted in 2011, the St. Francis Centre hosts concerts, live theatre, and international films. For more than a decade, Pickering Village has been home to JamFest, an annual summer street music festival.
Downtown St. Catharines is a cultural hub of activity, connected to over 90km of trail networks including both Merritt & Twelve Trail that run along Twelve Mile Creek, making it the perfect destination for cycling enthusiasts. With access to award wining dining options, a unique art & entertainment district, and sustainable shopping options, downtown St. Catharines is the best place to work, live & play.
Surrounded by beautiful trails and countryside, the Village of St. Jacobs has bike friendly food and drink establishments, attractions and accommodations looking forward to welcoming cyclists. While in the village, enjoy authentic experiences and one-of-a-kind shops.
Bike parking is located throughout the village, including parking, picnic tables and a full bike repair station at the Health Valley Trail Pavilion (3 Water St, St. Jacobs).
Visit one of our Bike Welcome Centres located at Home Hardware and CHANGE Lifestyle and Apparel or find out more on our website (www.stjacobsvillage.com/cycling).
Where your cycling adventure begins and ends! The Wellington West Business Improvement Area (WWBIA) has everything you need to make your trip amazing! Whether you want to dine out or take in some art, even have a tea on a patio – we are the place to go in Ottawa!
WWBIA was founded in 2008 by business owners and operators to support and strengthen the local business communities of Hintonburg and Wellington Village, and to help create the conditions for businesses to thrive.
The WWBIA represents 425 businesses and 260 commercial property owners and is set in an area full of beauty, wind through our side streets and discover the hidden gems that await, or explore one of the many businesses along our traditional main street. Whatever you choose, Wellington West Welcome You!