From the Horse’s Mouth: Gord Perks on pushing for more from city hall

Illustration by Ian Sullivan Cant For this installment of From the Horse’s Mouth, we spoke with Councillor Gord Perks (Ward 14, Parkdale-High Park) about cycling in (and around) his ward. His take? Small wins are great, but we need council … Continue reading

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Free bike tuneup on May 1

Heads up, east-end riders. Arty Basinski (aka the Real Estate By Bike guy) is offering free bike tuneups on May 1. You’ll have to register first, but the 10-minute tuneup will be done by a mechanic from Bike Sauce at … Continue reading

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Bike lanes on Bloor now one council meeting away from becoming reality

Bikes parked outside of City Hall. This one, presumably, belonged to one of three-dozen deputants. Bike lanes on Bloor now one council meeting away from becoming reality Mayor Tory supports piloting the long-fought-for bike lane project By John Saunders The … Continue reading

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Back in the saddle: Hoopdriver re-opens in new location

Photo by Vic Gedris Just in time for west-end cyclists to gear up for spring, Hoopdriver Bicycles has opened its doors in a new location: 668 Annette Street (between Jane and Runnymede). We asked proprietor Martin Neale to give us … Continue reading

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