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STORES: BikeSauce has moved up the street to Broadview and Gerrard

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I’ve only been to BikeSauce a couple times (at their former location), but want to check out their new space at 341 Broadview (just south of Gerrard).  Great community and people running the place. Check out our new shop on our first day open since the big move! Please bear with us while we try […]


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ELSEWHERE: Brooklyn Whole Foods to deliver by cargo bike

We already know that many US families are embracing the cargo bike for car-free transportation. Perhaps even more exciting is the fact that businesses are getting in on the act too. Instead of using vans to run their delivery scheme, the Whole Foods store on Third & 3rd in Brooklyn—which already features impressive sustainability credentials […]


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REMINDER: Indiegogo for Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery

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Just a reminder that tomorrow is the last day for the Indiegogo campaign for Featherstone Two Wheels Delivery equipment campaigns.  I use her for I Bike T.O. shirt deliveries whenever I can.  Great rates and great service. I have travelled 60 000 km using the bike and trailer in 5 years, I feel I can […]


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Help Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery upgrade equipment

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Please consider donating to Laurie Featherstone’s bike delivery service.  She’s a great person and provides a great service.  I use as much as I can when I have I Bike T.O. shirts that need delivery. There’s a great list of “perks” for the campaign too, that’ll get you stuff for throwing a few dollars Laurie’s […]


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Bike delivery businesses growing in Toronto

Perhaps you’ve seen them around town: cyclists careening the streets with large trailers and cargo carts treading behind them. These deliverymen and women are passionate and relentless, delivering packages around the city year-round in an effort to support local businesses and leave a minimal impact on the environment. They represent a small but growing movement […]


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Reminder! The Toronto Bike Awards are on Monday!

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The Toronto Bike Awards are this coming Monday (Sept. 26) at the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen West) The Toronto Bike Awards consist of the City of Toronto giving out Bicycle Friendly Business Awards (BFBA) and some bike groups will give out their own awards. Also, please note that the Toronto Cyclists Union is providing their […]


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The Bicycle Friendly Business Awards are back!

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After a short hiatus (usually these awards would’ve been given out last winter), the City of Toronto’s Bicycle Friendly Business Awards (BFBA) are back, and they’re accepting nominations for the next 2 months: Nominations are now being accepted for the BFBAs. The last day for BFBA submissions is September 12, 2011. This year awards will […]


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How Cycling Will Save Your Wallet and the Economy

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Theres is a fantastic article in Grist right now by Elly Blue (the managing editor of the excellent BikePortland.org website) that explains how embracing cycling can be an economic boom to an individual, an urban center, and a society: In the many North American cities where two-wheeled transportation is taking off, a new bicycle economy […]


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Get Stuff Delivered by Two Wheels Green Delivery

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We received our LiveGreenCard.ca newsletter in the mail today, and were happy to see that one of their new participating businesses is Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery – a delivery service that will deliver just about anything to you by bike, for just $1.50-$2.00 a kilometre, anywhere from Keele to Coxwell and south of Eglinton. […]


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