Will Ontarians vote with their bikes?

  Will Ontarians vote with their bikes? New polling data shows support for cycling infrastructure investments As Share the Road rolled up it’s annual Ontario Bike Summit on April 18 this year, it released results of a new poll conducted by … Continue reading

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Is today’s congestion yesterday’s sewage?

Photo by John Saunders Political gridlock once plagued waste planning in Toronto, too Opinion by John Saunders Debates about traffic congestion today echo fights from the 19th century about how to manage sewage in the city. In these ways, today’s … Continue reading

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Bike Plans in Other Cities: Mississauga, Ottawa, Waterloo and London, Ontario

Cyclists ride along the Rideau Canal in Ottawa. Photo courtesy of ottawatourism.ca Bike Plans in Other Cities: Mississauga, Ottawa, Waterloo and London By Claire McFarlane For the latest edition of Bike Plans in Other Cities, we decided to explore plans … Continue reading

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Riding in “God’s Country” the Wellington County Bike Trail Chronicles

Up on the Belwood Dam looking towards the town of Fergus. Down below on the Grand River there are always fly fisherman.  Riding in “God’s Country” the Wellington County Bike Trail Chronicles  Photos and story by Tom Beyer Getting away … Continue reading

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Riding the Wind on Wellington County Trails

  Looking south from the top of the town of Fergus. Small town riding at its best.
 Story and photos by Tom Beyer My speed was quick, wind whipping my face, I felt alive. My legs pumped the pedals, my … Continue reading

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