Is Toronto a smart city? MBA students say it could be smarter when it comes to bike lanes

                      Image by Dave Murray for dandyhorse from issue 6. How MBA students turn the bike lane issue on its head By Gideon Forman As Toronto strives to build a … Continue reading

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Bells on Bloor ride and dandy bike giveaway at Suzuki foundation Christie Crawlfest

Bells were handed out for the “victory lap” of the new Bloor bike lanes on Sunday at the Suzuki Crawlfest. Bells on Bloor and Suzuki Foundation Christie Crawlfest recap in photos Photos by Tammy Thorne and Jun Nogami On Sunday, … Continue reading

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Cycling in Toronto: A personal reflection

This blog post was originally posted on the David Suzuki Foundation. Photo by Martin Reis By Gideon Forman I’m mostly a walker and runner, not a bicycle rider, but I find myself drawn to cycling nevertheless. Why is that? I … 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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The Green Line

Park Walk: Friends of the Green Line Park Walk. Follow the green-brick road Story by Amanda Lewis  Photos by Kyle Baptista for Park People. Have you heard of the Green Line in Toronto? It’s a five kilometre hydro corridor north … Continue reading

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