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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Bike Spotting Businesses on Bloor: Sweet Pete’s, Curbside and SuperFresh

Bike Spotting Businesses on Bloor Sweet Pete’s Photo of Claire at Sweet Pete’s by Allison McKellar. Interview with Brent from Sweet Pete’s by Cayley James. Do you like them and what is it you like about them? Overall, yes. I … 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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Photos from Open Streets Toronto on August 20, 2017

In case you missed it, the first Open Streets TO of 2017 was held on the morning of Sunday, August 20. The event closed down parts of Bloor and Yonge streets to car traffic in favour of pedestrians, cyclists, joggers, rollerbladers, … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Laneways

Let’s Talk About Laneways … and why they are no substitute for a bike lane network New ‘Laneways as Bikeways’ project draws ire from some in the cycling community Story and photos by Robert Zaichkowski. ~ Originally posted in Two Wheeled … Continue reading

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