Farewell to Rob Ford

Rob Ford, 1969 – 2016. Photographed in 2010 by Dana Lacey. Farewell to Rob Ford A controversial and contrary man, former mayor Rob Ford nonetheless got us talking about bikes. With his sweeping dismissals of bike lanes and cycling in … Continue reading

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Scarborough cyclists get a spring boost with two new bike hubs

Photo by Marvin Macaraig New group aims to grow bike culture in Scarborough By John Saunders How do you build bike culture in Scarborough? Marvin Macaraig, coordinator for the Scarborough Cycles project, says part of the answer lies in working … Continue reading

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From the Horse’s Mouth: Cycling forecast for 2016

Illustration: Ian Sullivan Cant From the Horse’s Mouth: What’s up for Toronto cycling in 2016 The year 2016 is poised to be a big year for cycling in Toronto – even though there are only 32 km of new bike … Continue reading

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Why Montreal is great for biking

Infographic courtesy of Enzo Dimatteo from NOW Magazine’s Mean Streets feature By Evan Morrison Montreal is a fantastic city. From it’s glorious old architecture to its beautiful scenery, it’s a no brainer as to why the city is busting with … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on St. George – Back to School

Chelsea Good, smiling on her ride, while stopping to have a quick chat with dandyhorse Back to School Bike Spotting on St. George – Why do you choose to cycle to school/work? What could be done to make your commute safer? … Continue reading

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