12th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival May 4-6 in Toronto

Photos by Michelle Jane from last year’s How to Make the Danforth part of a Cycling City Walk.  12th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival May 4-6 Everyday Torontonians lead free walking tours across the city Thousands of Torontonians will convene in … Continue reading

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Riding the Bells on Bloor Victory Lap: Some reflections from the East

Riding the Bells on Bloor Victory Lap: Some reflections from the East Activists want bike lanes to extend east to Danforth… and beyond Story and photos by Marvin Macaraig This past Sunday was the ninth annual Bells on Bloor community … 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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Heritage Toronto offers bike tours on the Islands (cancelled) and of the forts of Toronto

Photo by Stacey Rodas UPDATE: The Toronto Islands bike tour that was scheduled on August 28 is now cancelled. Please see the Heritage Toronto website for details. The Forts of Toronto tour will go on as planned. Heritage Toronto, a … Continue reading

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Still we ride? A review of Critical Mass in Toronto

Critical Mass in Toronto during sunnier, more well-attended times. Photo by Martin Reis. Still we ride? Critical Mass is going strong around the world. So why are Toronto’s numbers dwindling? Guest blog by Brennan Doherty Photos by Martin Reis

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