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9 Bike Friendly Businesses in Downtown Brockville

Do you know that Downtown Brockville is a bike-friendly BIA? Meaning that we're fully equipped to make your ride a smooth one, downtown hosts 9 certified bike-friendly businesses. From an overnight stay to a quick snack, cyclists are always welcome! 

1000 Islands B&B
Looking for a place to spend the night with your bike? Look no further. Co-owner Maciej is an ample cyclist himself so not only does he know the ins and outs of a bikers needs, but he is ready to deal with all emergencies. They want to make your ride as smooth as possible. They've even been known to do laundry for passing cyclists! Talk about service!

O'Mally Kourt Fudgery
If you're looking for a sweet treat, this is the place to go. Home to some of Brockville's best fuge, ice cream, and other sweet treats, you'll want to leave some room in your pack for take-aways. They're also one of three bike welcome stations!


Brockberry Cafe and Suites
The perfect place to stop in for lunch. They're a Brockville favourite and offer a respectable menu of their all-time favourites including the Ritz burger, Pad-Thai, and an incredible poppyseed salad. Enjoy the patio, or escape the sun and relax in their comfortable quiet dining room.

Boboli Cafe
You can catch pics of this owner touring on her bike on their instagram. Selling homemade bike clothing in store, you'll find a cute new biking shirt to go along with your refreshing beverage and delicious sandwich. Stop in for lunch of breakfast and grab a sandwich, freshly baked pie or other in-house baked sweets!

Winniebee's Cafe
Smoked meat, sandwiches, fresh baked goods and more, it's a classic quiet cafe. Home to delicious and fresh meals, stop in for a cup of joe and a healthy lunch before cycling on! 

Brockville Museum
If you're looking to take a break from the bike, look no further than the Brockville Musuem. With a donation based admission, it suites all budgets. Dozens of exhibits on everything from carriages to hats allows for hours of fun-ducation! 

Brockville & District Tourism Office
Looking for things to do in the area? Look no further than the helpful staff at the tourism office! Discover fun and adverntorous things to do, the best places to go on bike, or amazing ideas to take a break from the bike! They're also 1 of 3 bike welcome stations!

Cranks Bicycle Shop
If you're in a serious situation, or you're looking to make the rest of you ride a little more comfortable, Cranks is the place for you. An avid biker, he knows how to fix any bicycle dilemma whether it's a broken chain or a really uncomfortable seat. Of course, they're 1 of 3 bike welcome stations!

Buds on the Bay
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Buds has the perfect meal for you. Enjoy the patio, or cool off inside and enjoy mouth watering burgers, steaks, salads, fajitas and more! If you're looking for an early morning breakfast, or a later Sunday brunch, eggs benedict, yogurt parfaits, pancakes, omelets and more await at Buds!

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