Cycling, Equity and Health in Scarborough

Cycling, Equity and Health in Scarborough by Yvonne Verlinden On a typical day at the Scarborough Cycles bike hubs, brakes get tightened, tires get pumped, chains get oiled and hands get a little bit dirty. Youth learn bike repair skills while volunteering … Continue reading

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Mississauga celebrates cycling with the 10th Tour de Mississauga

  Mississauga celebrates 10 years of cycling with Tour de Mississauga Tour de Mississauga celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. Last Sunday, thousands of cyclists participated in Mississauga’s largest cycling event. Hosted by the City of Mississauga, Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC) and SustainMobility, over 1,500 … Continue reading

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Photos from Open Streets Toronto on August 20, 2017

In case you missed it, the first Open Streets TO of 2017 was held on the morning of Sunday, August 20. The event closed down parts of Bloor and Yonge streets to car traffic in favour of pedestrians, cyclists, joggers, rollerbladers, … Continue reading

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Pedalling in the Electric City

  Peterborough’s George Street bike lane currently sports bollards and planters. Peterborough used to be known as “The Electric City” but could it become a pedalling paradise? by Tammy Thorne ~ A shorter version of this story appears in Electric City … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: What’s your favourite bike lane?

On a glorious July afternoon we set up camp at St. George and Bloor to ask folks what their favourite bike lane is in the city. Cassius Adelaide. I like the separation they have with the planters on the west side … Continue reading

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