Spotted: The Need for More Bike Parking

Spotted: Jam-Packed Bike Parking What: Busy bike racks. Where: The Art Gallery of Ontario and 401 Richmond. Why we think it’s dandy: Overflowing bike racks remind us of the number of riders in the city and the need for infrastructure to keep up … Continue reading

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A More Bike-Friendly TTC Means a Better Way for All Riders

If you’ve tried to use the TTC bike rack, you know there’s room for improvement. By Claire McFarlane This post was originally published on Torontoist. Due to delays, overcrowding, or expensive fares, or perhaps, a combination of the three, over the … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: City spring cleaning claims abandoned bikes

This story was originally posted on April 23 of last year. As the snow melts on a new spring, however, and those ominous yellow slips start popping up again, we’d just like to remind our dandy readers to reclaim their … Continue reading

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TTC drastically reduces number of bike racks on buses

  Was the “Rack it and Rocket” program designed to fail? Story by Jeff Carson On Oct. 16 the TTC was ordered by the Ministry of Labour to stop or limit use of bike racks on more than 90 per … Continue reading

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The Ride For A Dream training begins

The RFAD training rides begin By Claire McFarlane Photos by Tammy Thorne Since the thought recently occurred to me that I may not survive the Ride For A Dream experience — a 500-plus km ride to Montreal to raise awareness … Continue reading

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