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Kingston by Bike!
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Address: 21 Ontario St, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 2Y2

For quite a few years I have conducted informative and fun bicycle tours, taking visitors from all over the world cycling around Kingston during our tourist season. It is a real pleasure to be able to ride around the city on a beautiful summer day, explaining at intervals why Kingston is such a special place, one so full of history and beauty.

My Downtown Kingston bicycle tour is 3 hours in duration and over the course of our ride you will see many things of natural and cultural interest, including the Queen’s and Royal Military College campuses, parks and the lakeshore trail, harbours and prisons, as well as British Empire landmarks and other buildings of architectural interest. No one has ever had a problem with the 14-kilometre distance, as the route is pretty flat and the pace is leisurely, and I can promise you an enjoyable and memorable experience. The cost for this tour is $35 Canadian per person for groups of 2-3 people, $30 Canadian per person for groups of 4-8 people, tax included.

For those who are more adventurous, I also offer a half-day Kingston Mills Picnic tour that makes its way up to these very impressive first locks on the Rideau Canal, where a tasty lunch will be served as we enjoy this UNESCO World Heritage site. On our way back into town we will stop by Barriefield Village, Fort Henry and the RMC campus. The cost for this tour and picnic is $55 Canadian per person for groups of 2-3 people, $45 Canadian per person for groups of 4-8 people, tax included.

I am a nationally certified Can-Bike cycling skills instructor and have a lot of experience leading group tours. Cyclists wishing to take these tours are strongly advised to wear helmets and must be willing to obey the rules of the road.

To make an appointment for either of my bicycle tours, please e-mail Steve at fractals@kingston.netcreate new email or contact Ahoy Rentals at ahoyrentals.com 613 549 4277. Rental bikes available.

Testimonials:

“Your bike tour was certainly a highlight of our stay in Kingston. Your personality and commentary really brought Kingston alive!! You live in a special part of this world, and your love for the area was contagious.”

Jackie from Cologne, New Jersey

“I did very much enjoy the sights, the history and the introduction to architectural heritage. Mostly, Steve, I enjoyed your enthusiasm for good cycling within the city, and your natural, relaxed approach. It was fun being with you and capturing your spirit.”

Lorraine from Kettleby, Ontario

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Address: 116 Sandwich Street North, Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada, N9V 2T7

Visit this seasonal Tourism Information Kiosk with access to cycling and visitor information as well as local attractions and events, access to washrooms, and water refill. Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island is the official Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the regional tourism industry. We are a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting and selling Windsor, Essex and Pelee Island as a remarkable destination for tourist, convention goers and business travelers.

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Address: 5 Moira St E, Belleville, Ontario, Canada, K8P 2S3

The Belleville Chamber of Commerce is also a visitor information centre, that is open year-round. Regular Hours Monday-Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm Summer Extended Hours: July 1 – Labour Day Weekend Monday-Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm

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Address: 399 Wayne Gretzky Parkway, Brantford, Ontario, Canada, N3R 8B4

The Brantford Visitor & Tourism Centre welcomes visitors to the City of Brantford. Our friendly staff and accessible facility offer travelers information services for our area and beyond, whether you are looking for trip ideas, directions, souvenirs, washrooms, or a family-friendly rest area.

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Address: 377 Riverside Dr E, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N9A 7H7

Visit this Tourism Information Kiosk with access to cycling and visitor information as well as local attractions and events. Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island is the official Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the regional tourism industry. We are a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting and selling Windsor, Essex and Pelee Island as a remarkable destination for tourist, convention goers and business travelers.

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Address: 30 Pembroke Street, Cobden, ON, Canada, K0J 1K0

The only Visitor Information Centre located within steps of Highway 17 Trans-Canada Highway on Muskrat lake. The Cobden VIC is located in a park area, with Muskrat Lake view and access to the Main Street of the village of Cobden. This VIC offers picnic areas, beach access, overnight camping, clean bathrooms free WIFI and showers. Camping sites costs $10-$15 and gives you the combination to access the showers. Call Elmer at 613 570-8492. Some sites also offer hydro and water. The VIC is within short walking distance to many of the villages quaint specialty shops and unique dining experiences. This community thrives during peak tourism season as it serves as the gateway to the Whitewater Rafting companies. Promotional Materials, Maps, brochures, pamphlets, information, suggestions, vacation planning, trip planning. Open from 10 am – 4pm daily from July 1 to Thanksgiving Day weekend. Free WIFI and washrooms are available

County of Brant Tourism Office in the Community Services Building
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Address: 15 Curtis Avenue S., Paris, Ontario, Canada, N3L3W1

Located at 15 Curtis Avenue South in Paris Ontario, directly on the S.C. Johnson Trail, the County of Brant Community Services Building houses Brant Tourism. A safe and very convenient area for cyclists, the building has a bicycle rack & picnic table area. During business hours (0830-1630 M-F) there is access to washrooms, water, first aid, tourism staff, maps & destination brochures. Within a couple hundred meters there are restaurants, grocery stores and convenience stores. The County of Brant Community Relations Department is also housed in this building and they offer a wonderful “Bike Lend” program. For all the details visit http://www.brant.ca/en/discover-brant/hiking-and-cycling.asp

Hayes' (Bike) Service Centre and Shell Gas Station
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Address: 148 Ontario Street, Burk’s Falls, ON, Canada, P0A 1CO

Full Serve Shell Gas Station and Automotive Repair Shop in the heart of Burk’s Falls. Our friendly knowleable staff prides themself on providing excellent full service.

We also have a full time automotive mechanic on staff to help you with your bike, and offer clean washrooms and healthy snacks and beverages to go for your journey. 

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Address: 8 Lower Beverely Lake Rd., Delta, Ontario, Canada, K0E 1G0

Located in the Museum of Industrial Technology, the Delta Mill Society hosts a tourist information centre for the Township of Rideau Lakes and the surrounding area. The museum is part of the Old Stone Mill National Historic Site complex, owned and operated by the Delta Mill Society. Open daily Victoria Day weekend through Labour Day, 10am to 5pm, other times by appointment. Public washroom on site.

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Address: 1675 Montgomery Park Rd., Pickering, Ontario, Canada, L1V 2R5

Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) Pickering Nuclear Generating Station is one of the largest nuclear generating stations in the world, located in the City of Pickering along the shoreline of Lake Ontario. Pickering Nuclear supplies over 12 percent of Ontario’s electricity safely and reliably and has been doing so for decades. Visit the Pickering Nuclear Information Centre to learn more about OPG and nuclear energy. Hours of operation are: Monday to Friday, excluding holidays, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Address: 605 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, N5P 1C6

Railway City Tourism was established in the year 2013 and located in a rejuvenated rail trail corridor.

The info centre is found in a replica train station at 605 Talbot Street St. Thomas. Here, you can get up-to-date info on local events and information on local attractions and things to do.

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Address: 2498 Chiefswood Road, P. O Box 569, Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada, N0A 1M0

Six Nations Tourism offers a beautiful bike stop, located on the largest stand of Carolinian Forest in Canada, this rest area will have you refreshed for the next kms in your bike ride. While you’re here park your bike in our bike rack, refill your bottles with cool water and ask us more about our community, sites, events and learn the history of the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation. #SeeSixNations

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Address: 268 Dalhousie Street, Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada, N9V 1W7

This location assists with: tourism inquiries, directions, Amherstburg Visitor Guide and brochure distribution, event listings and souvenirs.

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Address: 205 Lakeshore Drive, Barrie, Ontario, Canada, L4N 7Y9

Tourism Barrie is the official tourist office for the City of Barrie that provides a full range of free information on trails, events, accommodations, attractions, arts & culture, dining, shopping, museums, corporate travel, and much more to tourists and community members alike.

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Address: 1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, L6H 0H3

Town of Oakville 1225 Trafalgar Road Oakville, ON L6H 0H3 www.oakville.ca serviceoakville@oakville.cacreate new email tel: 905-845-6601 TTY: 905-338-4200 Open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on regular business days. Amenities on site include sheltered bike racks, tourist information, cycling maps, washrooms, first aid, bicycle repair kit, and a cafeteria.

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Address: 177 Queen Street, Killaloe, ON, K0J 2A0

Nestled in the heart of Killaloe, Ontario. Stop by to pick up info about local events and activities. Free self adhesive tire patch if you need a quick fix!

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Address: 177 Queen Street, Killaloe, ON, K0J 2A0

Nestled in the heart of Killaloe, Ontario. Stop by to pick up info about local events and activities. Free self adhesive tire patch if you need a quick fix!

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Address: 5-458 Fairall Street, Ajax, Ontario, Canada, L1S 1R6

Welcome Centre Immigrant Services provide a variety of services under one roof designed to guide and support immigrants through the maze of information and resources in Durham Region.

For visiting cyclists, we have local maps and transit information as well as resources about tourist attractions and service organizations in the area. Our Resource Centre houses 15 computers with Internet access, including three accessible work stations. We offer gender-neutral washrooms on-site for the comfort of all clients, and a bike rack is located at the back of our building.

Services are provided free of charge.

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