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INFRASTRUCTURE: Toronto is moving some Ring-and-Posts, and letting people know

I’m not sure if this is what usually is done, but I do approve of these giant orange signs letting people know that some ring-and-posts will be moved and they shouldn’t lock their bikes there.

Example on Albert St. of @TO_Transport ‘s notification signage for a bike parking move.

via Twitter / TO_Cycling: Example on Albert St. 

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INFRASTRUCTURE: 15 photos of the stunning new BMX park in Toronto


Sunnyside is now home to a world class BMX park, tucked between Lake Shore Blvd. and the Gardiner Expressway. Designed by the much-lauded Jay Hoots, the park is an off-road rider’s dream with ramps and jumps galore. Beyond the thrill factor for riders, what might be the coolest feature of the park is that it was built with fill from Toronto condo developments and the wood elements are (mostly) fabricated out of downed trees from the ice storm last winter. How’s that for re-use? Free to use (first come first to ride), it’s a little gem for those who take their rides with a dose of air.

View Photos: 15 photos of the stunning new BMX park in Toronto.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Vintage Bicycle Show Toronto


Source: Vintage Bicycle Show Toronto | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.

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NEWS: Foot path at Dufferin Grove Park honours cyclist Jenna Morrison

A unique foot path is now open to the public at Dufferin Grove Park as a memorial for a Toronto cyclist killed in 2011.

Jenna Morrison was 38-years-old and pregnant with her second child when she died after being trapped beneath the wheels of a truck in November 2011.

via Foot path at Dufferin Grove Park honours cyclist Jenna Morrison – Toronto – CBC News.

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TODAY! Tues, July 29 – Tune-Up Tuesday at Castle Frank

Via CycleToronto:

Event date:

29 July, 2014 – 17:0020:00

Join us Tuesday evenings this spring and summer for Tune Up Tuesdays! Get a free safety check or basic tune up from one of our Community Partners, chat with our volunteers about cycling issues in the city, sign up as a member, or just enjoy the evening with us.


Prince Edward Viaduct Parkette

Castle Frank & Bloor St E

Toronto, ON

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