While it is not bicycle weather yet, unless you are one of the hard core cyclists that ride year round.
It has been a long and cold winter, so with the warmer weather approaching, people are starting to think of getting out their bike and getting it ready for a spring tune up. Many others will be heading to the Toronto international Bicycle Show this weekend at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place.
Besides looking for the new bicycle models, some people will be going to the bicycle show for the newest trends and fashions in bicycle clothing and the newest innovations in bikes parts and accessories, others will be going to watch some of the great bicycle demonstrations and competitions.
Competitions include Toronto BMX Jam returning for the 11th year. A number of the world’s best Professional Street Course BMX riders will battle it out for thousands of dollars in cash and prizes. Also returning is the Pro Mountain Bike and BMX in the all new Toronto Indoor Stadium 4 Cross Races feature a diabolical course right on the floor of The Better Living Centre. A special feature of the show will be the Freestyle Jumping competition taking place all weekend.
Some of the other features of the Toronto Bicycle Show is the Meta Bikes Trials Contest. The Kids Cycling Zone – A carpeted area the kids can pedal away on some neat tricycles – helmets provided, adult supervision required. There is also a Test Ride Zone for adults too.
You can also meet representatives from Bicycle Clubs and learn how they can make your cycling more enjoyable and fulfilling. Or take in the InVita Fashion Show – A spectacular 15 minutes of cycling Spring/Summer fashion showcasing Europe’s best from Assos, Castelli, GSG and Wilier Triestina.
So what are you doing this weekend?
If you are looking for a great office space Toronto that is easy to get to with the new bicycle you purchased at the bicycle show, then consider Telsec’s Toronto office space. Located at One Yonge Street in the Toronto Star Building. Just outside the building there are dedicated bike lanes that connect to both major multi-use pathways that are primarily used as bicycle paths.