Spotted: Penny farthing races at Morrow Park in Peterborough c. 1885

  Spotted: Penny farthing bicycle races circa late 1800s/early 1900s captured in a photo in the Peterborough Museum and Archives. What:  A photo reproduction on the wall at the Peterborough Museum and Archives display, possibly from 1885. Where were the races … Continue reading

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Spotted: Foxy Rider

  SPOTTED: A bike-riding fox on Harbord Street What: When the previous mural had been tagged by grafitti artists and needed to be painted over, Riders bike shop decided to commission a piece by the Clandestinos, a local artist duo who … 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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New waterfront park at Ontario Place

Despite the high water levels, riding along the shoreline of Lake Ontario just got that much sweeter. Trillium Park, the city’s newest park, and the William G. Davis Trail, the new multi-use paved trail which winds through the park, is … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Kate Davis

Rider Statement KATE DAVIS: “Cycling is my favourite mode of transportation. I ride all through the city, commute to work, and use my bike to explore nearby paths when I need a break. I love the feeling of being on … Continue reading

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