New research on winter cycling from Ryerson

Photos by Clifton Li courtesy of Ryerson University. New research on winter cycling from Ryerson Raktim Mitra, Associate Professor School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University and Tamara Nahal, Masters of Urban Development program at Ryerson, recently published a … Continue reading

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Waterfront Trail and GO are a match made in heaven

(Sub)Urban exploration is GOing to get a whole lot easier this summer.  The border between Toronto and Mississauga – Image courtesy of Alix Aylen Story by Cayley James The Waterfront Trail is one of the best things southern Ontario has going … Continue reading

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Stolen Bike Toronto

It’s inconvenient and it’s frustrating but if you live in a city the likelihood of getting your bike stolen is real. New dandyhorse intern from Ryerson, Taylor Moyle, investigated just how easy and how often bikes get pinched in Toronto. … Continue reading

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Six Things We Learned from Ryerson’s Cycling Report

Six Things We Learned from Ryerson’s Cycling Report Here’s what you need to know about cycling patterns in the GTA. By Cayley James ~ This story originally appeared on Torontoist. ~ Ryerson University recently released a report that is the … 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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