Bike City Exhibit opens July 5 in Toronto

You are invited to the opening reception for the Market Gallery’s new exhibit, “Bike City: How industry, advocacy & infrastructure shaped Toronto’s cycling culture.” Showcasing over a dozen bicycles, archival photographs, early advertisements and artifacts from private and public collections, Bike … Continue reading

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Delivering a Message

Delivering a Message By Tammy Thorne (from summer 2008, issue 1 of dandyhorse) Photo Alex vs. Alex This delightful telegram below was addressed and delivered to me personally at a bicycle gathering by a bumbling French postman named Martin de la … Continue reading

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12th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival May 4-6 in Toronto

Photos by Michelle Jane from last year’s How to Make the Danforth part of a Cycling City Walk.  12th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival May 4-6 Everyday Torontonians lead free walking tours across the city Thousands of Torontonians will convene in … Continue reading

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Fix Coffee + Bikes fixes abandoned bikes for new Canadians to ride

Together with not-for-profit CultureLink, Fix Coffee + Bikes created the Fix Re/Cycle Program: An initiative that rehabilitates abandoned bicycles and then matches them up with new Canadians who need them.

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From Russia With Love for the Bicycle

Janet Joy on an Electra rental bicycle (Moscow Parade). Photo by Vladimir Barmin. Winter Cycling Conference Report from Russia  By Janet Joy Wilson, co-founder of The Reading Line When I said I was going to Russia in February,  everyone said, … Continue reading

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