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OH YEAH: How to carry a case of beer (and other unwieldy items) on your bike

How to carry a case of beer (and other unwieldy items) on your bike Panniers were a great invention. But with city cycling, there’s a thrill in trying to carry big bulky things by bike. Fietsklik is an expandable Dutch system of rack-top carriers for bikes. via Bikes feed

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NEWS: Speed limit reduced on parts of Bay and Davenport to protect pedestrians

Speed limit reduced on parts of Bay and Davenport to protect pedestrians City council’s decision to cut speeds on a major commuter route doesn’t sit well with some councillors worried about traffic snarls. via TORONTO STAR | NEWS

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OH YEAH: 5 Big New Projects Remaking Cities into Havens for Pedestrians

5 Big New Projects Remaking Cities into Havens for Pedestrians Driving in the city sucks. There are other cars and buses and bikes and people—god, so many people. And cars—being heavy metal machines capable of moving at great speed—are also highly dangerous. Instead of trying to accommodate everyone

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Lights out on Dundas-Sterling changes

Lights out on Dundas-Sterling changesStopgaps are failing to address hazards at problem corner three years after cyclist’s death “Infamous” might be a charitable word for Dundas and Sterling. Mention the intersection to veterans of the #bikeTO community and they’ll bring up bad infrastructure, dense

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DEBATE: Use your head: the debate on helmets

Use your head: the debate on helmetsThe numbers versus the nuances As a cyclist, I’ve been hit by both a cab and a streetcar. If I’d gone down in either of those instances, the question of whether a helmet would have saved my life is a matter of much debate among doctors and cycling advocates. The m

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