An outtake from our cover shoot with Priya Panda for the summer 2015 issue. Photo by Mike Ford.
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Heavy Metal in the Bike Lane: Meet Priya Panda
July newsletter is here!
Hoskin bike lane closed due to Pan Am Games
Photo courtesy of Friends of the Greenbelt
Information courtesy of Government of Canada Press Release
News Release: Applications for Funding to Promote Cycling Now Open
Applications are now open for the Ontario Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program and the Cycling Training Fund!
The Ontario Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program and the Cycling Training Fund are two provincial programs that were designed to help encourage cycling across the Ontario region.
Mennonite Mechanic: Car-free in the country (from our new print issue)
Story by Evan Morrison
Photos by Jose Sierra
A horse may be faster (and can carry more than what fits in your pannier), but for many Mennonites deciding how to get into town, a bicycle is a reliable form of transport. After all, bikes don’t get sick, and don’t require stables or hay or fences. If you drive about one hour west of Toronto, just twenty minutes from Guelph and Kitchener, nestled away on a dirt road off of Highway 86, you’ll find yourself in the township of Woolwich, Ontario, population 23,410. Down one of these rural roads, you’ll find a small shop with plain beige siding, and a few bikes out front. You’ll also see a few horse-and- buggies as you go – as the region is home to many of Canada’s Mennonite communities.