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If you’ve followed Biking Toronto a while, you’ll know that it’s a “multi-modal” website.

Much like different ways of getting around Toronto (bike, walking, transit, driving) are appropriate at certain times, you can access Biking Toronto information in several ways depending on how you keep up with news and blogs.

In addition to the main Biking Toronto website, we have our Twitter account, @bikingtoronto, which just passed 15,000 followers, and our Facebook Page, which has 2000+ likes.

But, if you want to be sure you don’t miss something (there’s a lot to keep up with on Twitter and Facebook), or you use email more than anything else, you should sign up for the Biking Toronto Newsletter.

The Newsletter compiles anything new on the blog and sends it out to people who want to be sure they don’t miss anything.  If you sign up you won’t get more than 1 email per day.  Days when there isn’t any new blog posts? No email.  I’ve set it up to send the email in the wee hours of the morning, so it’ll be waiting for you when you fire up your inbox sipping on your coffee or other morning beverage of choice.

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