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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Fresh paint

Original photo – by BruceK on Flickr.

Serendipity after a fresh coat of yellow.

via Flickr.

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INFRASTUCTURE: Adelaide Separated Lane gets “pre-marked” tonight

Adelaide is almost ready for the big show!  Bring on the paint and the flexi-bollards!  It’s happening on Richmond too!

@TO_Transport has repaved curb lane for Adelaide Cycle Track Pilot Project pre-marking starts tonight

via Twitter / TO_Cycling: @TO_Transport has repaved curb ….

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Flower Bike

Original photo – by MarkBeauchamp on Flickr.via Flickr.

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EVENT: Tues, Aug. 12 – Tune-Up Tuesday at College/Shaw Library

Via CycleToronto:

Event date:

12 August, 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.

Tune-Up Tuesday runs at College/Shaw Library (map) with Sweet Pete’s Bike Shop on May 6, Jul 15, Aug 12, and Sept 14 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.

Location:

College/Shaw Library

College & Shaw

Toronto, ON

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OH YEAH! Has Toronto’s Bike Batman helped you?

A very cool story came through the Centre for Social Innovation‘s facebook page last night:

“We noticed a lot of bikes locked up on the street with flat tires and rusty chains and thought: here’s an opportunity to perform a random act of kindness and show a few people how great riding bike can be if you just pump up your tires. So, we bought a few bike pumps and hit the streets, pumping up tires and leaving behind a card that just said: “Bike Batman pumped up your tires.”

Has Bike Batman helped you?  Have you heard of other “good samaritan” bike stories in Toronto?  Share in the comments below!

via Centre for Social Innovation.

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