BikeFACE: Darcie Smith

Rider statement from DARCIE SMITH: When I first moved to Toronto I was convinced the phrase “it’s like riding a bike” was BS. I hadn’t ridden since I was a kid and I was sure I did not know how … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Erika McDonald

Rider statement from ERIKA MCDONALD: Living in a city like Toronto, relying on public transport or taxis to get where you need to go isn’t always the best, or most affordable, option. Having a bike is having freedom. The freedom … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Megan Kinch

Rider statement from MEGAN KINCH: Though I sometimes bike to my construction job, mostly riding is still about that feeling of flying, of joy, of freedom. You feel trapped inside when you’re a mother, or stuck wrangling a bulky stroller. … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Julie Babin

Rider statement from JULIE BABIN: My city commuter is my chariot – I navigate the city on a simple, light-weight, single-speed Masi. On early mornings, I take my road bike out for 40-km rides with the Bikes On Wheels Women … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: Emily Smith

Rider statement from EMILY SMITH: Biking in the city has been such a positive thing in my life – it has made me healthier, stronger, braver, more adventurous, and tougher in miserable weather. I have only had my bike for … Continue reading

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