City removing abandoned bikes this week

Good riddance! — Photo by Tammy Thorne by Amelia Brown In certain areas of the city abundant with ring-and-post bike locks, the parking situation is still scarce. Abandoned bikes and bare frames that have been scavenged for parts are sitting derelict, taking up … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Bike Spotting on Bayview

Flashback Friday: Bike Spotting on Bayview This bike spotting was taken from our summer 2013 Safety issue, where we did bike spotting for bikeability all over the city. We have started a series discussing the need for a new approach … Continue reading

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The great divide: The “Urban vs Suburban” debate misses the point

Illustration by Warren Wheeler This is the first part of a dandyhorse series that will explore cycling in the “suburbs” of Toronto.   Story by Albert Koehl If you listen to city council debates, you might be led to believe … Continue reading

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Don’t fall for fall: Watch out for leaves in the bike lane

Don’t fall for fall: Watch ouf for leaves in the bike lane by Amelia Brown Autumn in Toronto is wonderful. The trees turn fiery orange and drop their beautiful leaves, which get toasted and crunchy in the sun. That warm … Continue reading

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Lest we forget: Bicycles during wartime

The Second Divisional Cyclists training in Toronto, 1915 Lest we forget the important role of the bicycles during wartime by Amelia Brown, photos from the City of Toronto Archives As we spend this Remembrance Day in reflection of people and … Continue reading

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