Curbside Cycle

  • Open for Simcoe Day

    Attention Toronto: we're open for the WHOLE long weekend. That means Monday too, from 12PM-6PM! Come on down and take home a beautiful new ride. Oh and did we mention that Simcoe Signature 3 Speeds are on sale for $750? You better believe it. 
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  • Curbside x Babboe

    Here's a little video we made about Babboe. Big thanks to our customers who volunteered to spread the message!

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  • Brompton Challenge

    The Brompton Urban Challenge is two-wheeled folding bike adventure in Toronto. Challenges and clues will be secreted around the city at a number of check points, you will record your successes by photograph and then share them with the wider world by social media or email. There will be a variety of prizes to contest, but the most important thing will be to have fun!

    Racing, Scavenging, Folding ---- the Brompton Urban Challenge has a bit of everything for you and your team.

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  • Camping Season is Here!

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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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