Spotted: A Pedal-Powered Performance

What: Performer Anna Sapershteyn with Clay & Paper Theatre’s CYCLOPS: Cycling Oriented Puppet Squad When: Sunday, July 31, 2011 Why: The Pedaler’s Wager a bicycle-powered mobile comedy. July 20 to August 14, 2011 All performances start in Dufferin Grove Park … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting Bike Sharing at the beach (well, waterfront, anyway)

Lucy Bao: I’m renting it because my friend told me to. I’m not a regular bike rider. I live uptown so when I come downtown, it’s just a fun thing to do.   Vitaliy Babiy: I’m an occasional bicycle rider. … Continue reading

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Spotted: Bike Drum Contraption in Parkdale

What: Drum Bike contraption in Parkdale on the day before the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival parade. When: Friday, July 29, 2011 Why: Grand Parade on Saturday, July 30 at 10:00 am. Who: Photo by Tammy Thorne

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What’s it Like Biking on Jarvis? (Do You Know that City Hall Voted to Remove this Bike Lane?)

Janel Fisher: Today’s not so bad. It’s hot. I like the bike paths because it’s a busy street. Going down streets like Queen can be a royal pain where it’s too crowded and you have a tiny little shoulder to … Continue reading

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What’s Bike Parking in Kensington Market Like?

James Rathbone: I saw this new rack on Monday so I knew we should come and park here. It’s a lot better but you can tell this area needs more bike parking. Lizzie Kagedan: It’s very, very difficult to find … Continue reading

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