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NEWS: Toronto’s deadly streets: City must unite around safer roads


Everyone is a pedestrian, but they never speak with one voice. That’s the message from Walk Toronto’s Dylan Reid, who’s calling for change in the wake of an alarming increase in road … [Read more...]

EVENT: Protect the Lives of People Who Ride: Die-in at City Hall


Friday morning, 830 AM. City Hall. 3 people riding bicycles were killed in Toronto in the last 2 weeks. Please join us Friday morning at 830am at Nathan Phillips Square and show solidarity with … [Read more...]

DATA: Toronto bicycle collisions mapped over 25 years


Bicycles plus data.  I'm in heaven. The Globe's bicycle data tracker maps 25 years of collision information from Toronto's Traffic Safety Unit. Add your own markers to highlight dangerous … [Read more...]

NEWS: New Adelaide & Richmond bike lanes are speeding up travel times for cars (and bike traffic is skyrocketing)!


It's not really emphasized in the city reports, but not only are the new separated bikelanes on Adelaide, Richmond and Simcoe not "impeding" car traffic, it's actually making it faster. Someone … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Cycle Toronto passes the 3,000 member mark!


So amazing.  Cycle Toronto keeps growing and growing and it's building up a base of pro-bike Torontonians (and businesses, and politicians) that can truly make this city better for everyone. If you … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Bells on Danforth AND #DanforthLovesBikes !!

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A new Cycle Toronto Action Alert dropped today. Join us for Bells on Danforth: A pedal-powered parade to celebrate cycling! Bells on Danforth returns for the fourth annual family-friendly ride … [Read more...]


June 3rd Rally

Note: Singer Kwinter will be contributing a few posts to BikingToronto in June in honour of Brain Injury Awareness Month. The release of the 2015 Ontario Budget by the Liberals seeks a dramatic … [Read more...]

REVIEW: Bike to Work Day 2015 


What began in Toronto as Bike to Work Day  in 1989 has evolved to become one of the largest events of its kind in Canada and is now celebrated across the city for a full month with hundreds of … [Read more...]

OH YEAH: The Origin Story of Sunnyside Bike Park – An Advocacy Success Story


In early 2011, the High Park BMX jumps were removed as they were on the Seneca Wolf Clan’s Serpent Mounds in the south east corner of the park. A few members of the Toronto Off-Road Bicycle … [Read more...]

OH YEAH: Rolling Youth into Toronto’s Bicycle Renaissance


With countless community events being hosted from May 25th to June 25th, the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area is anticipating Bike Month 2015. Municipalities and community groups alike are hosting … [Read more...]

NEWS: Cycle Toronto answers Star readers’ biking questions

Over the past several years, protected bike lanes have taken off across North America. Between 1874 and 2011, 78 of these facilities were built in America. By 2014, there were 191 protected bike lanes … [Read more...]

TODAY: Toronto Star LiveChat with Cycle Toronto’s Jared Kolb


Fresh off his ride into Outer Harbour (for a fundraiser, wearing a pink cape, because he's a good sport) last monday, Jared Kolb will be answering questions about Cycle Toronto, Minimum Grid, … [Read more...]