Bells on Bloor is looking for an illustrator/graphic designer!

Image courtesy of Bells on Bloor Bells on Bloor is looking for an illustrator graphic designer! Bells on Bloor looking for an artist/graphic designer who can illustrate an image of Bloor Street showing how the street would be shared if … Continue reading

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dandyhorse April newsletter

The dandyhorse newsletter is here! This is an exciting time for us as a new cycling season gets underway. We’ve started Bikespotting again, and are also working toward our next print issue, due to hit newsstands in June. This past … Continue reading

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Cycle Toronto’s Annual General Meeting

Photos by David Keogh. Cycle Toronto’s Annual General Meeting recap Guest blog by Liz Sutherland, Cycle Toronto board member and ward leader. Cycling advocates gathered at The Round in Kensington Market on Tuesday, March 24, for the Cycle Toronto AGM. … Continue reading

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Bike lanes on Bloor on the back burner again?

Illustration by Ness Lee from our June 2014 issue. Note, the numbers in the illustration are no longer current due to the City’s new method of counting. One thing is constant though: Bike lanes are always something we’ll get “next … Continue reading

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Bloor bike lane project Déja vu

Bike lane on Bloor project Déjà vu by Albert Koehl An advocate for Bloor St. bike lanes is a lot like a hamster running on a treadmill: the harder you work the more you realize you’ve seen it all before. … Continue reading

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