BikeFACE: Annalise Walmer

ANNALISE WALMER rider statement: “Cycling represents autonomy and empowerment. It’s my daily workout, clears my head and is enviro-friendly. I’ve been a year-round cyclist for three decades. I’ve biked to singing gigs in heels, gone camping with a loaded trailer, … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Perri Lo

PERRI LO rider statement: “The day I moved to Montreal, my first purchase was a bike. A shiny, green, a Norco I so lovingly adore. Greenie was a solid companion for sightseeing from the Old Port to Mont-Royal, for when … Continue reading

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Bike to Work Day 2017

photos by Danielle Griscti Numbers were down this year for Bike to Work Day at City Hall in Toronto. Some say this is a result of the rain, others say it’s because they’re tired of all the empty promises when … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Katie Wittmann

KATIE WITTMANN rider statement: “Cycling is a huge part of my life and my identity. It’s my primary mode of transportation all year round, and it’s one of my main forms of training. I compete (for fun) in triathlons, and … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Claire McFarlane

CLAIRE MCFARLANE rider statement: “Being on two wheels means that I can get anywhere in the city at any time of day. It allows me to enjoy Toronto in a different way because you see things from another perspective when … Continue reading

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