The challenge of a lifetime on the Tour d’Afrique

By: Duncan Hurd Photo courtesy of: Tour d’Afrique It’s a book that deftly details the pain, the unending challenges and the daily suffering of a 12,000-km bicycle journey across Africa, yet it also leaves readers desperately wanting to join the riders … Continue reading

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BIXI Toronto expands coverage by 50%

Lucy rides a BIXI from our Bike Spotting BIXI. Photo by Tammy Thorne. BIXI Toronto will begin relocating 17 stations starting this Saturday, November 26, 2011. On-street stations are being moved to prevent damage during snow removal. Stations with lower … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Occupy Toronto

Photos by Cassandra Kardos and Tammy Thorne Occupy Wall Street is a demonstration that began on September 17, 2011. Protesting growing economic divides, the demonstration has spread to cities across North America. Occupy Toronto began on October 15, 2011 and … Continue reading

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Tour d’Afrique 10th Anniversary

The Tour d’Afrique is a one-of-a-kind cycling journey that traverses the African continent from Cairo to Cape Town. Photos of the intensely personal experiences of riders and crew of the Tour d’Afrique have been collected in 10: Celebrating Ten Years of … Continue reading

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Remembering Jenna

A group of approximately 600 friends, family and supporters of safer streets gathered on the morning of Monday, November 14, 2011 at the memorial ride for Jenna Morrison. A “ghost bike” was installed near the intersection of Dundas Street West … Continue reading

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