Who was first past the post?

Uncovering the history of Toronto’s unique bike rack design By Tammy Thorne This article originally appeared in Spacing Issue 7, Fall 2006. After submitting the story, before publication, bike thieves had begun to crack the famed “lollipops”using two-by-fours — and … Continue reading

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Updated BIXI Toronto map December 2011

The updated BIXI Toronto map shows stations relocated outside of the original service area. PDF BIXI Toronto can now take you further. A recent station shuffle, moving on-street stations off-street for snow clearance, has resulted in a service area expansion. … Continue reading

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Bike parking demand up, bike parking spots down

Photo by Tammy Thorne. dandyhorse questions the future of bike parking in Toronto. Bike parking demand up, bike parking spots down Roncesvalles the exception Story by Tyler Wade In the recent¬†dandyhorse article Coralling business support for bikes by Fred Sztabinski … Continue reading

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Corralling business support for bike parking

by Fred Sztabinski illustration by Chris Simonen This story originally appeared in dandyhorse volume 4, issue 1, Spring 2011. Purchase this issue here. Bike boxes, cycle tracks and sharrows are examples of new bike facilities that have emerged in North … Continue reading

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Bike Geek Boutique December 16-18, 2011

Catherine Vincent with the bicycle she made at Bamboo Bike Studio. Photo courtesy Zef Kraiker. Zef Kraiker has recently opened a Toronto branch of the Bamboo Bike Studio, a concept that¬†originated in Brooklyn, NY. He’ll be showcasing two bamboo bike … Continue reading

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