Biketastic Nuit Blanche

Bicycle creations by Kim Adams from his many previous exhibits, on display at 2013 Nuit Blanche in Toronto. Biketastic Nuit Blanche a hit with all generations Kim Adams interactive exhibit part of bike-themed art in and around City Hall by … Continue reading

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CBN celebrates 20 years with poster contest

Cycle T.O. (Pen and ink) by Bradley Emsley, is the winner of the CBN 20th anniversary poster. CBN celebrates 20 years: Bradley Emsley wins poster contest For two decades now, the Community Bicycle Network has been helping the city’s cyclists … Continue reading

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What’s happening on Harbord? Bike lane upgrades… we hope

Many cyclists use the Harbord Street bike lanes every day in Toronto. Photo by Martin Reis What’s happening on Harbord? Bike lane improvements…we hope On the surface, Harbord is a cyclist’s paradise. But patches of missing bike lanes and controversy … Continue reading

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Story of a bike type in Scotland

Dynamo Works hand prints limited edition, cycling themed screenprint posters by dandyhorse staff photos courtesy of Chris Sleath Chris Sleath is a Scotland-based printer who really likes bikes. dandyhorse asked him about the bike life in Scotland and what it’s … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on Harbord: bi-directional bike lane proposal, yay or nay?

      We went Bike Spotting on Harbord twice and asked riders what they thought of the new bi-directional bike lane proposal for Harbord. Check out the interesting variety of responses here and here. Derek, above, thinks it’s a … Continue reading

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