Bike parking demand up, bike parking spots down

Photo by Tammy Thorne. dandyhorse questions the future of bike parking in Toronto. Bike parking demand up, bike parking spots down Roncesvalles the exception Story by Tyler Wade In the recent dandyhorse article Coralling business support for bikes by Fred Sztabinski … Continue reading

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Corralling business support for bike parking

by Fred Sztabinski illustration by Chris Simonen This story originally appeared in dandyhorse volume 4, issue 1, Spring 2011. Purchase this issue here. Bike boxes, cycle tracks and sharrows are examples of new bike facilities that have emerged in North … Continue reading

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Rock ’em Sock ’em City Hall: Adam Vaughan

Councillor Adam Vaughan in his City Hall office, with a painting by Mike Parsons called OMB Squared: one million bodies, one massive building; and a Don Cherry doll wearing a pink blazer and “pinko” button from Spacing. story by Tammy … Continue reading

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Distillery District to Go Bike at MEC Bikefest Saturday June 25, 2011

On Saturday, June 25, 2011, Mountain Equipment Co-op will host the second MEC Bikefest Toronto, taking over the historic Distillery District to celebrate all things bike. This family-friendly event encourages people to come celebrate and discover the many joys of … Continue reading

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Bells on Bloor Saturday, June 18, 2011

Connect with thousands of bicycle-minded friends this Saturday, June 18, 2011 for the Bells on Bloor procession. Starting at High Park (at the Bloor Street entrance), a pedal-powered wave of people on bikes will make its way to Queen’s Park … Continue reading

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