Photo Courtesy of Sweet Pete’s Bike Shop
Sweet Pete’s Summer Cycling Clothing Sale
Get geared up this summer at Sweet Pete’s Bike Shop during their summer cycling clothing sale, from July 30 to August 9. All wearable items clothing, shoes, helmets, glasses, socks, gloves, shoes (and more!) will be on sale at all three of Sweet Pete’s locations.
Bike Spotting on the (NEW!) Martin Goodman Trail
Interviews by Tammy Thorne, photos by Claire McFarlane
The Martin Goodman Trail, which stretches across Queens Quay was reopened recently after a complete redesign featuring a designated bike lane. We chatted with cyclists to see what they think of the new path and, we are pleased to say that no one was punched in the face during the bike spotting period.
Bicycles from Brian Re Cycles, Brian Moreaus got started in the vintage bike business when he found an old Raleigh in a shed while at a garage sale.
More Photos from Toronto’s Fourth Annual Vintage Bike Show
Photos by Andrew Bacchus
CBN’s fourth annual Vintage Bike Show took place on Sunday July 26, at Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods Park. Bike enthusiasts and collectors brought their vintage bikes out of storage to show them off for all to see and it couldn’t have been a more perfect day for such and event! Check out our second set of photos from the event below!
Photo banner from the Toronto Cycling Network Plan website.
Phase Two of Toronto’s 10-year cycling plan renewal project invites input
By dandyhorse staff
As part of phase two of Toronto’s 10-year Cycling Network plan city planners are asking residents of Toronto to comment on the cycling draft map. Phase two input online takes place up until the end of July. You can comment of the (somewhat complicated) draft map on the city website www.torontocyclingnetwork.info.
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Eric, the operator, poses with Bike Share’s new front-end loading cargo bike.
Spotted: Bike Share Toronto’s new cargo bike, hauling bikes
I ran into this delightful student, Eric, who works for Bike Share as he was picking up these two Bike Share bikes in need of repair.
He said it was the three-wheeled cargo bike’s second day on the job.
Way to go Bike Share! What a dandy new addition to the repair team’s transportation fleet.
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Bike Share Bike Spotting continued