Don’t Fence Me In: ‘Right to Roam’ comes to BC

Photo courtesy of Grant McLean British Columbia MLA introduces “Right to Roam” Act By Grant McLean Having relocated to the Vancouver area from mid-town Toronto last year, one of the experiences I most anticipated was exploring the natural beauty of … Continue reading

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Construction in the bike lane

Cyclists want safer routes through construction zones. Blockage in the bike lane Construction causes two-wheeler woes Construction is ubiquitous in Toronto. But lately we’ve noticed that many of the few bike lanes we have in this town are suffering from … Continue reading

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Youth leaders present vision for cycle-friendly Ontario

Youth participants of the Ontario Youth Bike summit mingle with MPPs at the closing reception Youth leaders present vision for cycle-friendly Ontario Story and photos by Matt Talsma Ontario youth leaders passionate about improving cycling conditions across the province met … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Rolling stop yields better safety

  Rolling stop yields better safety “The ‘Idaho stop’ is safer and has encouraged a greater enshrinement of cycling rights.” Story by Todd Aalgaard, Photo by Vic Gedris ~This article appears in the safety-themed summer 2013 issue (#10) of dandyhorse. … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Thank you Jack

Thank you Jack A tribute to Jack Layton’s contribution to cycling in Toronto by Steve Brearton Photos by Martin Reis This article originally appeared in the “Food issue” of dandyhorse magazine.   Jack Layton had two modes. Rooted in place, … Continue reading

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