Copenhagen: Where bikes outnumber people

Copenhagen: Where bikes outnumber people Guest blog by Mads Phikamphon When you think of the city of Copenhagen, you might very well think about bikes. Because unlike most cities, our city is full of bikes. According to the infographic below … Continue reading

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Troy Lovegates rolls through Toronto and leaves his mark

Local business arranged to have world-renowned graffiti artist Troy Lovegates create a mural on a prominent wall in Parkdale. Bombing for beautification: Famous graffiti artist comes home to make murals By Tammy Thorne Troy Lovegates aka “Other” was born in … Continue reading

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Q&A with Ice Ride organizer Natalie Caine: Ice Ride Toronto is Oct. 4

Photo provided by Natalie Caine Q&A with Natalie Caine, Arctic campaign organizer for Ice Ride Toronto The ICE RIDE takes place across Canada on Saturday, Oct.4 by Jenna Campbell “What happens in the Arctic, doesn’t stay in the Arctic.” Pre-ride activities … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cycling to Asylum, launch Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Handlebar

Book Review: Cycling to Asylum Reading Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Handlebar, with discussion to follow about what a cycling Utopia in Toronto would look like by Derek Chadbourne Except for the life and times of Major Taylor, books on cycling … Continue reading

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