Does particulate matter matter?

Story by Tammy Thorne and Cayley James The benefits of cycling far outweigh the risks. That’s the introductory slide for the summary presentation for new research regarding particulate matter in the bike lane. Last month, U of T professor Marianne … Continue reading

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When exploring is part of the job

 This is a personal essay by Doug Howat. He delivers food by bicycle and says that being freed from the burden of choice means exploring is literally part of the job. I earn my living on a bicycle. At the … Continue reading

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Bring on the Data!

Image – Bloor Street Pilot Metrics  Bring on the Data! Story by Robert Zachowski This story was originally posted on Robert’s blog Two-Wheeled Politics Throughout my years in cycling advocacy, I gained an understanding about how external factors such as budget … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting in the Yucatan Mexico

Bike Spotting in the Yucatan Mexico Photos Lisa Logan Text Andrew Frontini Lisa and Andrew bike every day in Toronto and travel the world taking photos and, well, looking at other peoples bikes. Here are some observations from their recent … Continue reading

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