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Photos & Video: 2010 BikeMonth Group Commute

[This post also cross-posted to the BikeMonth blog]

I took part in the Group Commute and Pancake Breakfast event to kick-off BikeMonth this morning. Took some video and I took some photos for you! You can also see photos over on Duncan’s blog.

Video:

Stood in a spot and twirled around – trying to take it all in:

Then, I did it again! (from a different spot, of course.) :)

Then, I went up on the newly open green roof at City Hall and did an overhead video.

Here are all the photos I took of the event – starting at the group commute stopped at City Hall, all the way down Yonge St. and across Queen to Nathan Phillips Square.






Your eyes do not deceive you… I ran into Duncan while heading down Yonge St.









Got to see City Hall’s new green roof!







See? I was there in an I Bike T.O. shirt.




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