I know that the “war” today is between bicycle and car.
But when it comes to the recreational (as opposed to practical) use of 2-wheeled, human-propelled vehicles, my heart goes to the kick scooter instead of bicycle.
I did a little (not much, just a little) research on the web looking for documented kick scooter trails. Found none!
Enter my blog series about kick scooter trails.
I will start with the ones that I tested myself around the house (I live in Toronto, Ontario).
The beauty with the kick-scooters is that one can easily fold them and put them in the trunk. Not to mention that an excellent kick scooter for adults can be purchased for about $100 or less.
If you are a kick scooter enthusiast and want to share trails, I will happily publish them here!
Just download the Excel template, fill it in and send it back in an email to me.
A little note before talking about the first trail.
These recommendations are more for adult-people looking for some calm moments rather than for athletes. Most of the trails are doable as a family as well, but the length of the trail may need to be scaled down a little if you take your 6-year old with you.
Introducing the Toronto Islands Kick Scooter Trail!
I use a foldable Razor A5 Lux Adult Kick Scooter.
It costs around $100.
Download the template for rating trails (Excel 2007 file):
Toronto Lakeshore West – along the Lake Ontario shore. Subway accessible.