BikeFACE: Caitlin Chee

Rider statement by CAITLIN CHEE: “To me, having a bike is like having a key to the city. It allows me freedom of movement at any time of day or night, unhindered by the cost, hassle and stress of public … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Cassandra McWade

CASSANDRA McWADE rider statement: “On my bike I feel free and happy and strong — liberated from the nonsense of day-to-day life. My bike is my silent, dependable companion. I am the best version of myself when I’m riding.” dandyhorse … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Farah Sandhu

FARAH SANDHU rider statement: “It is amazing the amount of joy I feel as soon as I hop on a bike and ride. Whether it’s my own cherished baby, or a borrowed one in another country. Riding energizes me before … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Katie Wittmann

KATIE WITTMANN rider statement: “Cycling is a huge part of my life and my identity. It’s my primary mode of transportation all year round, and it’s one of my main forms of training. I compete (for fun) in triathlons, and … 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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