Bike Spotting: What’s your favourite bike lane?

On a glorious July afternoon we set up camp at St. George and Bloor to ask folks what their favourite bike lane is in the city. Cassius Adelaide. I like the separation they have with the planters on the west side … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Sherbourne and Carlton: Why is fall cycling so great?

Bike Spotting: Why is fall cycling so great? Do you have any tips? By Tammy Thorne and Cayley James  Grace  It’s amazing because the weather is perfect … don’t want to get too personal here, but, no sweating. I do … Continue reading

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Peter’s Commute: Sherbourne Commons to Tarragon Theatre

Follow Peter Harte as he commutes from one end of the city to the other through all seasons and shares his recommendations on the safest, smoothest, and fastest routes in this dandy series. You can read this first installment here. … Continue reading

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How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto

Photo of the Queen’s Park Cycle Track getting built courtesy of the City of Toronto. How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto By Claire McFarlane This story was originally published on Torontoist. From a distance, installing bike lanes might seem … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting Buffered bike lanes

Rozgunn, above, stopped to chat during our latest Bike Spotting session. She suggests the city extend protected bike lanes to the Danforth. Bike Spotting: Have you heard the city is planning more protected bike lanes?  Photos by Chelsea La Vecchia. … Continue reading

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