A past Bells on Bloor event brought out hundreds of cyclists out for a ride.
June is Bike Month and Bells on Bloor is just one of many events happening across the city
Story by Kaitlyn Kochany
Photo by Martin Reis
Got a ringing in your ears? On June 2, it’s probably Bells on Bloor. If you’re interested in joining the Bloor street parade, meet your fellow riders on June 2 at High Park at 1:30; the group will depart promptly at 2 PM. Cyclists advocate for safe bike lanes on Bloor, celebrate active transportation, and enjoy the sheer joy of two-wheeled power.For the first time, the annual spring ride is joining forces with Bells on Danforth and Bells on Yonge for an all-city ride. Torontonians will be ringing their bells all the way to the Cycle & Sole rally for pedestrian and cyclist safety at Queen’s Park at 3 PM.Read about the importance of bike lanes on Bloor in our dandyARCHIVE feature “Fur flies when Yorkville weasels out of a bike lane.”
Find out about more Bike Month events happening across Canada in our round-up.