A great piece in the Star about the last 40 years of biking in Toronto:
Marcus is now 45 and lives near St. Clair Ave. and Yonge St. He’s a successful executive for a condominium corporation. His daughter will soon be the age he was when he sat on the back of his dad’s bike. Mark, 73, still lives in Etobicoke and is retired after a career in teaching and real estate. He now pursues his passion in art. Father and son use their bikes for recreation but not for commuting. Like a majority of motorists, both say they would cycle more if better infrastructure were in place.