Cyclists in Minneapolis
Story by Darja Pilipovic, Photos courtesy of Redfin.com
The 20 Most Bikeable U.S. Cities
Montreal is often cited as the most bike friendly city in Canada, and we know Toronto’s got to build a few more bike lanes before we get there, but what’s happening south of the border these days?
Well, the rankings for this year are in, and Minneapolis boasts the highest scores for most bikeable city in the U.S., according to Walk Score. Walk score has updated and expanded its Bike Score ranking this year to include a total of 154 U.S. Cities and over 10,000 neighbourhoods.
Here are the 20 most bikeable U.S. cities with populations of 300,000 or more:
Story by Darja Pilipovic, photos courtesy of anniethompson.ca
Annie Thompson’s new bike-wear collection GIRRRILLA
Annie Thompson is a Toronto-based fashion designer and maker — and cyclist. Thompson supports the arts, green living and the environment by making clothing with a minimum carbon footprint. Her latest line of clothing, GIRRRRILLA bike wear, is made with cyclists in mind — it will help you get noticed, which is something most cyclists need. Thompson’s clothing is locally made with sustainability kept in mind in both the design and production practices.
This season, Annie launched a new reflective bike wear collection – GIRRRILLA – and we chatted with her a bit to find out more about the collection, her inspirations, and her cycling habits.
Waterfront Toronto plans celebration for new Queens Quay opening
By Jonah Brunet. Images courtesy of Waterfront Toronto
Toronto’s revitalized waterfront boulevard is just about ready to be unveiled. And, after three years of construction, road closures and patience, Waterfront Toronto plans to open the new Queens Quay with a bang.