Thinking About Family Biking in North York

Photo: Aaron Orkin and his kids ride their Butchers & Bicycles MK1-E family sport trike with electric assist in The Annex By Derek Rayside Toronto City Council has been debating a proposal to put bike lanes on the Yonge Street corridor in … Continue reading

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Bike to Work Day May 30

Bike to Work Day 2015. Photo by Evan Morrison.  Bike to Work Day May 30 June is Bike Month, and to kick it all off in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) is Bike to Work Day. While many … Continue reading

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Rethinking suburban roadscapes: building rapid transit greenways

Image by Darnel Harris and Dennis Espino Imagine a road that not only supported a range of modes of transportation, but also helped clean up our waterways. It’s possible – and not all that difficult, according to Darnel Harris. Harris, who … Continue reading

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Photoblog: Green Living Show 2016

Electric-powered biking is popular again this year with lightweight, portable, and anti-theft innovations that are made for Toronto cyclists. It isn’t too late to check out the 2016 Green Living Show, Sunday, April 17 is the last day to take advantage of show … Continue reading

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Finch hydro corridor trail audit and a Q&A with local councillor David Shiner

Finch Hydro Corridor Trail audit and Q&A with councillor David Shiner Story and photos by Corey Horowitz In July of 2009, the City of Toronto Transportation Services division received funding through the Recreation Infrastructure Canada (RInC) Program in Ontario and … Continue reading

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