Curbside Cycle

  • Take Part in Bike Month!

    Save the date and help support bike month in Toronto! Make sure to join us for complementary coffee on your way to work! The first 15 commuters to stop by will be riding away with a limited edition Curbside Mug!

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  • Open Victoria Day 12 - 6

    It's the May long weekend and to celebrate this incredible weather we're staying open to get you out riding. Limited hours, however - we'll be open at 12 pm and closed at 6pm.  (Sorry no mechanic on duty!)  

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  • Simcoe Toronto Edition

    The year is 1791, and a young British officer has just been appointed as the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada. His name is John Simcoe. The territory he has been entrusted with is wild, without infrastructure or industry. Forests of red oak and maple dominate the landscape, while paved roads are nowhere to be found. At first, Simcoe saw his posting as “a species of banishment”, and understandably so. Leaving your life behind to build up a sparsely populated colony, battered by frost and foreign forces alike, is a daunting task by any standard. But, never willing to back down from a challenge, the perseverant Governor got straight to work.

     

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  • Curbside x Brompton

    Watch the Curbside Cycle crew fold and unfold beautiful 2015 Brompton Bicycles! Visit us in Toronto to test ride your very own, completely customizable, Brompton folding bike!

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  • City bike smackdown! Linus versus Simcoe

    Looking for a city bike isn't just about finding your favourite colour (although of course that's important!), it's about finding a fashionable mode of transportation that can suffer non-stop abuse. The mere act of locking your bike to a metal pole while at work (or overnight) means a whole different approach needs to be taken to materials and finishes. Enter Simcoe, borne in Toronto Ontario with an eye to weather, streetcar tracks, and day-in-day-out use. It's a sartorial product that is significantly better than its competition.

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