Spotted: Autumnal views

View from the William G. Davis Trail in Trillium Park at sunrise

What: Autumn finally arrives in Toronto.

Where: Richmond Street bike lane and the William G. Davis Trail in Trillium Park.

Why we think it's dandy: Changing colours and fallen leaves on some Toronto's bike lanes and trails give riders gorgeous views on their daily commutes or lake side rides. It the perfect time of year to catch a sunrise (around 7:45 am), before we settle into bare trees and frigid temperatures.

P.S. Don't forget your lights, layers (including gloves) and to take it slow when it rains. Leaves can make the roads extra slick this time of year.

In case you missed it, check out the post How not to fail at fall cycling.

Submission by: Amanda Giacomazzo

 The Richmond Street bike lane

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