Getting Here By Bike
There are several ways to get to Evergreen Brick Works by bike. Download the City of Toronto trail map #6 or try our suggestions below.
From the Downtown Core (PDF, 2.4 MB)
including St. Jamestown and Regent Park
From the North and East (PDF, 2.2 MB)
including Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park
Bayview Avenue is accessible from Pottery Road to the north or River Street to the south. Beechwood Drive (running north from O'Connor, east of Broadview) also offers access via the Lower Don Trail and Pottery Road.
There is bike access via Rosedale Valley Road, which extends off Aylmer Avenue, running east from Yonge Street just south of Rosedale subway station.
The Beltline Trail is accessible from several spots, the closest being Milkman’s Run, north of Castle Frank Subway Station. Note: This route is generally impassable by bike in winter.
Green City Cycles Program
The Green City Cycles program aims to link Evergreen Brick Works to the rest of Toronto by bicycle. We are promoting human-powered transportation by offering cycles on loan for adults and children, holding bike events, bike-repair workshops and having a full-time bike educator on-site. Learn more.