Ride On! A retrospective on the battle for Bloor

While it might be further west than our pilot project, this picture shows the multiple modes of transportation used on Bloor street historically.  Ride on A retrospective on the battle for bike lanes on Bloor by senior contributing editor Albert … Continue reading

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Richmond bike lane shut down until November: No alternate route provided

City Cyclist rides Richmond (above) to show us what the bike lane closure looks like now. Richmond Street bike lane shut down until November: No alternate route offered The city is notorious for poor planning when it comes to our … 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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How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto

Photo of the Queen’s Park Cycle Track getting built courtesy of the City of Toronto. How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto By Claire McFarlane This story was originally published on Torontoist. From a distance, installing bike lanes might seem … Continue reading

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Bike with Mike 2016 in photos

  Community Bicycle Network’s I want to ride my bicycle buttons. Cyclists take over Christie Pits: Bike with Mike 2016 Story by Rhiann Moore Photos by Rhiann Moore and Tammy Thorne For the sixth year in a row Mike Layton’s … Continue reading

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