Other ways to get your bike map fix:
- Layered cycling map. Click on the image to see layers of bike lanes, paths, routes, unofficial routes and suggested connections in Toronto (all in a Google layered mashup).
- Cycling Directions. Find a good cycling route (even Google doesn't provide directions for cyclists). Provided by CloudMade using OpenStreetMap.
- smoothpaths.com - works similarly to RideTheCity.com and google bike directions
- Google Bike Directions - New and fresh (as of 2010), this will probably become the way most cyclists will start looking for bike directions.
(And just to get you drooling you can see what they've done elsewhere. CycleStreets of the UK has a great cycle map and destination planner.)