King St. West at Crawford to Young and St Clair – redux

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King St West at Crawford to Young and St Clair redux

King St. West at Crawford to Young and St. Clair - redux

Tags: King St. West, Crawford St., Yonge, St. Clair, Heath St.,

Biking Toronto Member, Bikeroo, and leckyf suggested some changes to this route. This ‘Redux’ gets around TTC infrastructure along St. Clair near Bathurst and finds a new route to Heath St.

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About michael holloway

A long distance runner and a cyclist all my life, my 40th birthday, mid-life crisis saw me become a full time messenger in Toronto - 80 kilometres a day, winter and summer for 3 years. I was in the best shape of my life - both mentally and physically - but three accidents, the chaos and a war for space between bikes and other road users was turning me into a 21 Century road raging zealot. I had to quit. I had learned midtown and the core and of this city like the back of my hand - and that mental mapping changed me forever. I still cycle everywhere but my work is now the pursuit of my other life long ambition - to make myself into a writer.

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