Spotted: Updated Bike Map Mural at Fix Coffee + Bikes

Spotted: Bike map mural at Fix Coffee + Bikes. What: Updated with new lines because there are new bike lanes in Toronto (Yay!) on Bloor, Woodbine and there are also now contraflow lanes through Kensington Market too. Why we think … Continue reading

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New Contraflow Bike Lane connects you through Kensington Market

The new contraflow lanes through Kensington Market connect cyclists to the College Street lane in the north and the Richmond/Adelaide cycle tracks in the south (sort of.) Contraflow lanes come to Kensington by Ali McKellar More good news for Toronto … Continue reading

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Bloor gets a bike lane

Illustration by Brett Lamb Bloor gets a bike lane By Albert Koehl After many studies, debates, and disappointments, Bloor Street has a permanent bike lane. The historic decision follows a 36 to 6 vote by City Council on November 7, … Continue reading

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Spotted: Autumnal views

View from the William G. Davis Trail in Trillium Park at sunrise What: Autumn finally arrives in Toronto. Where: Richmond Street bike lane and the William G. Davis Trail in Trillium Park. Why we think it’s dandy: Changing colours and fallen leaves on … Continue reading

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A Do-Able Danforth

Image by &Co. architects from our spring 2010 issue. A Do-able Danforth A safer route for cyclists means a stronger community By Steve Brearton ~This story originally appeared in our spring 2010 issue. You can buy it here.~

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