Huge turn out for the 2018 Coldest Day of the Year Ride

Story and (most) photos by Robert Zaichkowski Huge turn out for the 2018 Coldest Day of the Year Ride  With rides starting from all ends of the city, over 100 turn out to show support for year-round bike infrastructure No winter is complete … Continue reading

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2018 bike resolutions

2018 bike resolutions 

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BIKE MINDS storytelling event launches with theme of Belonging

Belonging at BIKE MINDS Story by Derek Rayside, Photos by David Keogh Belonging was the theme of the first BIKE MINDS event on January 17, 2018. Organized by Matt Pinder and Michelle Kearns, BIKE MINDS is a bicycle-themed storytelling event where guests share inspiring … Continue reading

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A few notes on bike lane snow clearance

A few notes on bike lane snow clearance in Toronto by Jun Nogami City TV just did a piece on snow clearance of bike lanes during the winter. I thought I’d amplify my comments in that piece with a few … Continue reading

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Bike plan implementation in Toronto is too slow

Illustration by Warren Wheeler Tracking Toronto’s Bike Plan Implementation (be prepared to be disappointed) Only six percent of new bike plan implemented by end of year two by Albert Koehl and Robert Zaichkowski As 2018 begins, the cycling community can celebrate … Continue reading

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