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June 16: Ride the Ravines with Evergreen

Celebrate Bike Month on Sunday, June 16 and come ride through Toronto’s ravines with Evergreen, a charity that makes cities more livable, in partnership with Cycle Toronto!

Get started now. Online registration is quick and easy. Space is limited so register now to ensure you get to Ride the Ravines and support Evergreen’s work.

Sign up as an individual or a team and collect pledges for a chance to win amazing prizes!

Registration fee is $25 per rider, and all riders are encouraged to fundraise a minimum of $75 to ride. Be sure to stick around after the ride for refreshments and celebration, and to pick up any incentive prizes you may have won!

Your safety and enjoyment are our key priorities. Toronto Police will escort sections of the ride and volunteers will be stationed throughout the routes to provide any help you may need. The routes will be clearly marked and everyone will receive a detailed trail map to ensure you know where you’re going.

Our rest stops will be stocked with water and a volunteer mechanic and tools in case your bike needs a quick fix.

full event details and much more info: Ride the Ravines.

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OH YEAH! Suburban Etobicoke councillor changes vote on Bloor bike lanes to a ‘yes’

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OH YEAH: Bloor bike lane pilot debate flow chart!

Well this is just amazing.   A complete flow chart that breaks down all the objections to a Bloor bike lane pilot and why none of the objections are valid. It was created by @the416anthill, @iainmcampbell and @antonlodder for Ward 19 Bikes. Source: Bloor bike lane pilot debate flow chart  

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