I was rooting through my old files and came across the 115 km route I mapped out around Toronto almost a decade ago (pdf). (The dog shape is purely coincidental). I was working at the City that summer as a Cycling Ambassador—mostly we went to events and gave out maps and info but we got a brief chance to create our own promotional event. I worked on this route. However, because of liability and insurance reasons I never did run a tour while working for the City.
If only I will age quite as gracefully. At about kilometre 60 into the 100 km "Amazing Toronto Bike Tour" an older gentleman on his Canadian Tire road bike tells me that only last year he was hospital-bound with a broken hip from a cycling accident. And now he's biking 100 km in one day. Amazing.
It's only a few hours away. I've got some guides and I'm going to be printing off some more because I found out that it appeared in the Saturday's Globe and Mail! Who knows how many will show up! Could be 10 or 100.
You can now download the turn booklet (attached to this blog), and do the route whenever you want. It goes into the details of distances and turns.