Profile of a BFF Filmmaker: Amelia Shaw

by Heather Reid photos courtesy of Amelia Shaw  Toronto-based filmmaker Amelia Shaw first established roots in her bike community through the Bicycle Film Festival, while living in Brooklyn. For Shaw, the festival is a haven of inspiration and community. It … Continue reading

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Q&A with ATTAGIRL album cover artist Mike Ellis

photo by Emma Holland Illustrating the City: Q&A with ATTAGIRL album cover artist Mike Ellis story by Heather Reid Toronto is a city drawn on by artists. Mike Ellis is one of those artists; adding his own vibrance and imagination to posters, … Continue reading

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MEC’s Bikefest takes over the Distillery District

By Heather Reid, Photos courtesy of MEC Come celebrate the start of summer and bike season at the Distillery District this weekend. This Saturday June 23, MEC is hosting their annual BikeFest event there to help you get ready for the warm biking … Continue reading

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Ride the Ravines this Sunday!

Why should Toronto care about its ravines? These shining spots of urban nature stand out strongly against the concrete streets of the city. The Ride the Ravines mass bike ride, held by Evergreen Brickworks this Sunday, June 17, is giving … Continue reading

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Riyoko Urban Bikewear pop up shop Toronto May 25 – 27

Riyoko pop up shop Calgary-based bike clothing designer in Toronto May 25 – 27 Photos by Cheryl Dore Story by Heather Reid Fashion should be about comfort. Comfort in your own skin, comfort expressing yourself, and comfort cruising city streets … Continue reading

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