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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Peter’s best and worst bike routes in Toronto for 2016

The Martin Goodman Trail is one of Peter’s preferred bike routes (except for a small un-lit portion). Peter’s best and worst bike routes in Toronto dandyhorse contributor PETER HARTE has been reporting on his most RIGHTEOUS ROUTES and bike lanes … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: Talking Bloor Street bike lanes

Photos by Claire McFarlane The debate over cycling infrastructure heated up this spring as plans for a bike lane pilot project on Bloor Street West were unveiled, discussed and eventually found their way to city council. In March, we to … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting Hoskin and Queen’s Park: How do you like the new protected bike lane?

We went bike spotting at the newly separated lanes on Hoskin east of St. George and asked cyclists what they thought of the improvements. The Montréal-style lane has cyclists riding closest to the curb with places where cars can park to … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Harbord and St.George: Post-election edition

The election is over, and we have a new Prime Minister, along with many new local representatives. We talked to cyclists at Harbord and St. George for their thoughts in the aftermath of a historic election, and whether they think it’s time for … Continue reading

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