Open Streets TO a success!

Crowds gathered to watch the Brampton AcroRopers in action… before jumping in and trying it out for themselves. Photo by Laura Bincik. Toronto’s first Open Streets pilot a success From acrobatic skipping demos to Tai Chi, young and old got … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Cruising down University

Flashback Friday: Cruising down University By Alex Chronopoulos Sir Ernest MacMillan wasn’t just a great composer; he was also an avid cyclist.

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Ride 4 Real Food

  Ride 4 Real Food IMPORTANT CORRECTION/UPDATE (Sept. 7 at 9 p.m.): Registration for the Ride4RealFood 2014 Country Rides is between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. out at McVean Farm in Brampton, just north of Queen St (Hwy. 7)., at … Continue reading

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Connecting Parkdale to the Waterfront

This bridge by Ontario Place allows cyclists coming from Dufferin Street to get on to the Martin Goodman Trail via Exhibition Place. Connecting Parkdale to the Waterfront By Robert Zaichkowski and Laura Pin Standing at the foot of Roncesvalles “where King meets … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: 100 Years, 100s of Cyclists

The 2nd Division of the Canadian Bicycle Corps training in Toronto. Flashback Friday: 100 years, 100s of Cyclists By Alex Chronopoulos With the centenary of Britain’s declaration of war just the other day, another photo of our trusty Bicycle Corps … Continue reading

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