How many cyclists have to be on Bloor for city councillors to make the bike lane permanent?

Do the numbers matter or is safety still trumped by cars, parking, and attitudes? by Albert Koehl and Chris Caputo Are the number of cyclists on Harbord and Bloor high enough to justify a bike lane on both streets? Are … Continue reading

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The Reading Line is hiring

From L-R – Park People policy coordinator Jake Tobin Garret and reading line co-organizers, Amanda Lewis and Janet Joy Wilson Thanks to the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council, our friends at the The Reading Line are offering two positions, in … Continue reading

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Tracking Wintertime Bike Ridership on the Bloor Bike Lane

Photo from City Cyclist This story originally appeared on the Torontoist. Wintertime Bike Count on Bloor By: Chris Caputo and Albert Koehl Toronto City Hall hasn’t ranked very high when it comes to installing bike lanes but on excuses for … Continue reading

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Peter’s best and worst bike routes in Toronto for 2016

The Martin Goodman Trail is one of Peter’s preferred bike routes (except for a small un-lit portion). Peter’s best and worst bike routes in Toronto dandyhorse contributor PETER HARTE has been reporting on his most RIGHTEOUS ROUTES and bike lanes … Continue reading

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International Bike Spotting – Angela Bischoff

Angela enjoying the new bike lanes on Bloor this winter. Photo by Cayley James. To help us get through the next couple of colder months, dandyhorse is profiling cyclists from around the world! Folks who love to cycle here in Toronto … Continue reading

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