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Weekly Wrap-Up: New Bikelanes for Cyclists and People Who Ride Bikes

Happy Friday!  Here’s some good links of all the new and popular stuff from the past week!

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The Latest on the Main Blog:

Most Popular Content on BikingToronto this week:

  1. 2010 Toronto Cycling Map adds Bike Boxes
  2. Photos from the Bloor Viaduct Bikelane Improvements
  3. More on “Cyclists” versus “People Who Ride Bikes”
  4. It could be worse…
  5. The Last Thing Toronto Needs is More Cyclists
  6. Toronto Bikelane Map
  7. Stop Light Chic
  8. King and Bathurst
  9. Changes Coming to the Bloor Viaduct Bikelanes
  10. Ride To Conquer Cancer 2010 Launch

New on the Photo of the Day:

New on Duncan’s City Ride:

New on the Cyclops Blog:

New on Joe Bikes:

New on the Fletcher Five:

New on Bikeroo in TO:

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