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July 23: New in the BikingToronto Forum

Suburban Critical Mass!!!!

Our next ride is on August 8th. Second Saturday of every month at 3:00pm, Yonge and Eglinton Northwest corner, right in front of the “Yonge & Eglinton Centre” Sign. Suburban Critical Mass is a fu… Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

Cops some of the worse drivers

In the last few years of cycling. I have nearly been hit my cops in cruisers numerous times. Everytime, they have gotten out of their vehicle and attempted to blame me. Cops believe they own the road … Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

Donut ride

The donut is only as long and as difficult as you make it. Donut is Saturday, Sunday and holidays starting Eglinton and Laird at 9am. Has been going on since 1974, a dvd was produced which is sold onl… Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

Donut ride

I’d heard about it (info here but while I like social rides, I’m not sure I’m quite in the shape to keep up with this one. … Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

National Post: One year after Kenk’s Arrest, no sign of Trial for Bike Thief

One year after Kenk’s arrest, no sign of trial for alleged bike thief A year after Igor Kenk’s notorious West Queen West bicycle repair shop was raided, there is no sign of a trial for the alleged bi… Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

The Star: Annette St. bike lane not a parking spot

Annette St. bike lane not a parking spot Cyclists love the new bike lanes on Annette St., except for a spot where it’s filled with parked vehicles. Our Saturday column targeted a Toronto police trail… Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

NYC: Carmaggeddon Averted as Broadway Comes to Life

When New York City opened up new pedestrian zones in the heart of Midtown this summer, naysayers predicted a traffic nightmare. Nearly two months later, we’re still waiting for the much-feared Carmagg… Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

Australia: Cyclists fuming over biker lane-share push

Cyclists fuming over biker lane-share push Cyclists and bikers have clashed over a call for motorcyclists to trial using bicycle lanes. Motorcycling Australia has called for the trial as an attempt to… Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

Donut ride

I’ve heard of Donut rides in other cities… don’t know much about the Toronto one. Can you share info about Toronto’s? … Click to read more in the Forum >>>…

Donut ride

Just wondering who on the site rides the Donut ride? If you dont know what it is then your not really a cyclist in the know in Toronto. … Click to read more in the Forum >>>…


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OH YEAH! Bike Share Toronto to double with $4.9 million from Metrolinx 

Oh yeah!  Big plans for Bikeshare Toronto expansion! Metrolinx is doubling the size of the city’s bike sharing system with $4.9 million aimed primarily at making more bikes available at transit stations. The new bikes will deployed by the end of 2016, according to a news release issued Monday morning. The program already has about […]


NEWS: Chris Harper, cyclist killed in Milton, focus of crowdfunding campaign

After a popular teacher and father of five was killed while cycling this weekend, an online campaign has sprung up to help his family. Oakville’s Chris Harper, a 50-year-old married father of two boys and three girls, died after being struck by a car on Friday night while he rode his bike near Tremaine Road. […]


NEWS: Too many cyclists being hit by doors

Doorings are a common occurrence on Toronto’s streets, and the results can be fatal. In 2008, a driver doored a 57-year-old man, throwing the cyclist into oncoming traffic, where he was struck by another vehicle and killed. As cyclists flood the city’s streets this summer, how many of them will catch a dreaded door prize? […]


OH YEAH! It’s time bike lanes were installed everywhere in Toronto

The Editor of the Star’s Automotive Section calls for dedicated, separated bikelanes on almost every road.  A sensible write-up that advocates for Vision Zero (that NO ONE should die on the road) and safe infrastructure for all road users…  it helps that there is evidence from right here in Toronto that bikelanes actually HELP drivers […]


NEWS: Province of Ontario announces $10 million in #CycleON funding

The Province of Ontario will commit $10 million as a part of a 20-year #cycleON strategy to promote cycling as a viable form of transportation and to help improve safety for cyclists of all ages. This initiative will see the creation of two new funding programs, the Ontario Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program, and the Cycling […]


DO IT: Danforth Loves Bikes Pledge (and Pub Crawl)

One of Cycle Toronto’s current action campaigns is getting businesses and residents of the Danforth to pledge their support of DanforthLovesBikes, to get the city to consider a PILOT of bikelanes on the Danforth, to see what works or doesn’t work, and how bikelanes can benefit business, drivers, and pedestrians. Over 60 businesses on the […]


OH YEAH! Heavy Metal in the Bike Lane: Meet Priya Panda

A brand new issue of Dandyhorse is coming soon, and it features Priya Panda on the cover.  Glad to see Dandyhorse is starting to put people riding bikes on their covers. We are very pleased Priya Panda, lead singer of Diemonds and member of the band She Demons, is on the cover of our new issue […]


NEWS: Hit and run kills cyclist in Milton

A cyclist is dead after a hit and run on Tremaine Road in Milton. Halton Regional Police say they were called to the scene shortly after 9 p.m. The victim had no vital signs and was pronounced dead on the scene. The suspect vehicle had fled the area. More: Hit and run kills cyclist in […]


GET INVOLVED: Help Plan Toronto’s Bike Network

The City of Toronto has launched the next phase a new bike plan process: fill out their second survey now! Later this year, City staff will bring a new 10-year cycling network plan forward to City Council. Our goal is to ensure that our core ask of building a city-wide Minimum Grid of 100 km of […]


VISION ZERO: A Road Safety Plan for Toronto

Go read this right now at Dandyhorse.  Any politician who votes against Vision Zero is effectively voting FOR people dying on the streets.  Your kids, your friends, and you. Is Vision Zero, the Swedish initiative to eliminate road deaths, coming to Toronto? A Swedish video on the issue lays the premise of the movement: “For […]

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