Spotted: Stop and Smell the Carbon Monoxide

What: Graffiti on a bus stop bench, “Stop and Smell the Carbon Monoxide” next to Peterborough’s only (partly) protected bike lane. Although the origin of this graffiti is unknown, we believe it may be by prolific Peterborough street artist Jerm IX, … Continue reading

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Spotted: Foxy Rider

  SPOTTED: A bike-riding fox on Harbord Street What: When the previous mural had been tagged by grafitti artists and needed to be painted over, Riders bike shop decided to commission a piece by the Clandestinos, a local artist duo who … Continue reading

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Spotted: How many bikes can you carry with a bike?

Photo courtesy of BikeChain/Dave. What: BikeChain cargo bike picks up about 25 donated bikes from Ride Away bike shop. How many bikes can you carry with a bike? Where: U of T campus, at BikeChain. Why we think it’s dandy: BikeChain … Continue reading

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Spotted: Bicycle Music Festival Sunset Series

Who/What: Caitlin Allen provided tunes for the “sunset” ride from downtown to Taylor Creek Park for this Sunset Series ride as part of the Bicycle Music Festival. Where: Near the “elephants” in the Don Valley. Why we think this is dandy: The same … Continue reading

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Spotted: Raccoon Riding a Bike

What: Raccoon on a bike, mural by Moises Frank. Where: Birchmount Bluffs Neighbourhood Centre Bike Hub, 93 Birchmount Rd. Why we think it’s dandy: Because raccoon + bike = OH SO TORONTO! “We concluded that a raccoon best represented our city and … Continue reading

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