Here are the 10 blog posts that saw the most action in April.
Whether or not you’ve seen them, or like them, or think they have a right to use bikelanes, you’re about to see a lot more of them. Electric Bike manufacturer and retailer Daymak has just opened up two new stores in Toronto (at Richmond & Jarvis and Bloor & Dundas).
From Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone‘s office, via the Bike Union, comes news that Metrolinx is planning a big “Super-Bridge” for Strachan Avenue where it passes over the CN rail corridor.
I cruised down to OCAD at lunch today to catch the announcement of the winners of their Gateway Bike Stand Competition, and thought I’d share the results with you.
What did you do during your sabbatical?
I bought a house in Toronto. I spent time there with my family members and friends. I traveled to Europe. I started doing yoga. Actually, I really got into yoga — Kundalini — and love it. I also started a website with friends [greenissexy.org]…
How do you live green?
I don’t own a car. In Toronto, my bike is my car.
This case is now a legal one, before the Canadian Transport Agency, with Lloyd making the case that the “Additional Handling Fee” is discriminatory and unreasonable, as it requires (nor was given) any special treatment nor additional handling:
Dust off your helmet – spring has sprung and it’s time to break out the banana seats and get ready to ride. The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is pleased to announce the second Tour de Greenbelt cycling extravaganza! An innovative and exciting opportunity for Ontarians and visitors to bicycle their way through Ontario’s Greenbelt, the Tour de Greenbelt is now open for registration.
Passing by the corner of Chrystie and Broome Sts., one could easily miss the hottest new sporting event in town. That’s because the arena is tucked below ground level in a funky, 7,000-square-foot asphalt pit. Here a bunch of daredevils in jeans and scruffy shirts play a lively game of polo on bicycles, as they circle and glide back and forth at a mesmerizing pace.
Yvonne Bambrick of the Toronto Cyclists Union left an excellent comment yesterday in our post linking to the Globe and Mail article about Streetcar Stop “Bump-Outs” with rounded curbs to allow cyclists to ride over them planned for Roncesvalles. I’ve included it below… what do *you* think? Respond in the comments section below or add on to Yvonne’s comment.
Waterfront Toronto has just released plans for the new “people-friendly” Queens Quay that we got a taste of back in 2006 with “Quay to the City” (photos at the end of this post). This of course includes the “connection” of the east and west portions of the Martin-Goodman Trail with a physically seperate two-way cycling path on the southern portion of the street…
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