Pedalling in the Electric City

  Peterborough’sĀ George Street bike lane currently sports bollards and planters. Peterborough used to be known as “The Electric City” but could it become a pedalling paradise? by Tammy Thorne ~ A shorter version of this story appears in Electric City … Continue reading

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Cycling though the Rain, Drizzle and Fog: Critical Mass St. John’s Newfoundland

Critical Mass St. John’s Newfoundland’s biggest city is hilly as hell, but still they ride Story and photos by Tammy Thorne When you think of Newfoundland, you don’t automatically think bikes. But on a recent visit to St. John’s – … Continue reading

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Celebrating community and building bike infrastructure: Ontario Bike Summit roundup

Jamie Stuckless, executive director of Share the Road, speaks at the Ontario Bike Summit. Photo by Bryen Dunn By Bryen Dunn Support for cycling infrastructure continued to grow at this year’s Ontario Bike Summit. The City of Toronto and the … Continue reading

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Ontario Bike Summit proposal deadline approaching

December 15 is the deadline to submit a presentation proposal abstract for Share the Road’s 2016 Ontario Bike Summit event next April. The OBS is in it’s 8th year of gathering influential stakeholders, policy-makers and advocates to discussĀ the cycling climate … Continue reading

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City Cyclist: Toronto construction and bad bike lanes

The latest video by City Cyclist: Bad Bike Lanes Toronto Construction by City Cyclist I ride all year round. In anything. So I’m used to the obstacles and annoying dangers of city cycling, but for the growing number of newbie … Continue reading

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