The Toronto Bicycle Festival is unique with its travel and eco-friendly approach.

The festival is celebrating the first anniversary for the Pam Am Path by holding a series of mobile concerts along the path during the upcoming weekend. The concerts will be amplified with electricity being provided by bicycle-powered generators.

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This will help people enjoy the festival without polluting the environment. The free event begins at 11 a.m. at the Brick Works and winds its way along the path, culminating into a final concert at Prairie Drive Park. Riders have been asked to register for the ride and can also rent bicycles if needed.

The Toronto Bicycle Music Festival, now in its seventh year, is an event taking place between Toronto’s great community parks and streets. The events combine art and culture with recreation and are a hit with the attendees.

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Now I wish I had learned how to cycle!