Cycle Touring – with children

All of us on bicycles

In the spring of 2016, my husband and I decided to go on a crazy adventure with our little ones.

We mashed inspiration from people like Bryanna and Craig, from Crazy Family Adventure, John and Nancy, from Family on Bikes, and Allen from Janapar, and decided to go on our own, somewhat spontaneous, bicycle touring adventure with our kids.

K-girl is 6, G-boy is 4, and M-girl turned 2 on June 11th. Hubby and I are in our mid-30’s.

We decided to attempt riding our bicycles from Kingston, ON, to London, ON – a 557-kilometre cycling trip, mostly along a gorgeous waterfront trail as well as Highway 2.

We had the time of our lives, and want to share our experience with you. Sign up for the mailing list to stay up-to-date on our adventures (there will definitely be more)!

Here are some blog posts about our trip – and about all things Family cycling related 🙂

General posts about cycle touring

Pros & Cons of Adventuring with Young Kids

5 Families Who Cycled Way Further Than We Did

5 Lessons Learned from 500 Kilometers on Bicycles (with 3 Children 6 and Under)

Minimalist Packing for a Cycle Tour with Kids

4 Things We Should Have Brought on Our Cycle Tour with Kids

 

Posts about our trip from Kingston to London, ON, in May/June 2016 (557 Kilometers)

Our gear

4 Things We Wish We Had Brought On Our Cycle Tour

Minimalist Packing for a Cycle Tour With Kids

Small Town Markets and Pirate Playgrounds (Bath, Ontario)

Cycle Touring in Beautiful Prince Edward County

Tree house Bathrooms and Riding on Cows (Consecon-Presqu’ile)

Parrot Campsites and Lakefront Houses (Presqu’ile – Cobourg)

Museums, Cousins, Beaches and Farms (Port Hope & Newcastle)

Amazing hosts, and finally, a playmate (Oshawa)

Thunderstorms and Kind Souls (Scarborough)

Toronto Fun

A Cool Bridge and Bike Butik (Etobicoke)

Best Donuts Ever and Great Warm Showers Hosts (Hamilton)

Rail Trails Are Great Fun! (Hamilton-Brantford Rail Trail)

Snacks Under the Weeping Willow (Woodstock)

We made it to London! And I finally caught up on all these posts!