Bike Share announces expansion: East side draws the short stick

Story by Rhiann Moore Bike Share, in association with Metrolinx and Toronto Parking Authority, has officially announced the exciting news that they are adding 120 new stops in Toronto, totalling up to 1000 new bikes, nearly double the number they have … Continue reading

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Polite Pedaller guest edition: Farmers market bike etiquette

The Polite Pedaller guest edition: Farmers’ markets Do’s and Don’ts Story and Photos by Carolyn Wong TBFM Farmers Market Manager and filmmaker Farmers’ market season is here and as the summer progresses, they will be swinging into their element. With the cool … Continue reading

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Q&A with Sergei Lekoutovich at Cycle Couture

Q&A with Sergei Lekoutovich, owner of Cycle Couture Photos by Claire McFarlane dandyhorse recently caught up with Sergei Lekoutovich, owner of Cycle Couture at 926 College Street to talk about the perks and pitfalls that come with the job of running a … Continue reading

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Scarborough Cycles 2016 Recap

Photo by Christopher Trotman Story by Marvin Macaraig On Saturday June 18, Scarborough Cycles celebrated the launch of its new bike hub at AccessPoint on Danforth (3079 Danforth Ave. one block east of Victoria Park) with a free community event. … Continue reading

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Bells on Danforth Recap 2016

Story and Photos by Robert Zaichkowski Bells on Danforth painting The fifth annual Bells on Danforth ride took place on Saturday, June 25 and started at the Prince Edward Viaduct Parkette across from Castle Frank TTC station. Approximately 500 cyclists gathered … Continue reading

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