Time: Saturday, June 15 at 1:00 pm – Saturday, June 15 at 3:00 pm Location: Toronto – Downtown/East York Summary: A ride and social in Allan Gardens to celebrate cycling in wards 27 and 28, and profile upcoming Toronto bike infrastructure projects that people should know about! Read the full post: “Cycle the Community” […]
Time: Wednesday, May 29 at 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Location: Halton Region Summary: A 65 or 83km ride from Schomberg to lunch in the village of Hockley. Read the full post: “Schomberg to Alliston / Hockley Ride” on the BikeMonth website .
Time: Friday, May 31 at 6:30 – 8:30 pm Location: Toronto – Etobicoke/York Summary: High Park to Marie Curtis Park along the Waterfront Trail and the Etobicoke Creek Trail, then to The Junction. Ride starts promptly at 6:30 p.m. Read the full post: “High Park to Etobicoke Creek Trail & Back” on the BikeMonth website […]
Time: Friday, June 21 at 10:00 am – Sunday, June 23 at 5:00 pm Location: Toronto – Etobicoke/York Summary: Ride from Toronto to the Alpine Club of Canada’s 6th annual Summer Solstice Camp and Climb. It’s a weekend long camping and climbing event held at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area near Milton. Read the full post: […]
Spare a thought this spring for your local wrench. Consider how Derek Chadbourne and Brad Annis of The Bike Joint on Harbord Street, east of Ossington Avenue, will spend their first perfect cycling days. When they arrive at 8 a.m., two or three cyclists will already be waiting outside for repairs that will “just take […]
The mere act of cycling in Toronto can seem like a crusade for freedom. We have a godzilla-esque mayor who erases existing infrastructure (read: Jarvis bike lanes) with what many cyclists would characterize as reckless abandon. In London, meanwhile, mayor Boris Johnson is happily skipping about building BIKE HIGHWAYS and talking about how said highways […]
One Toronto cyclist is trying to get Rob Ford to bike a mile in her shoes. “Mayor Rob Ford has lots of opinions about cycling in Toronto but has he ever ridden our streets?” asks Candice Anderson. The cyclist and blogger has started an online petition encouraging the mayor to give pedal power a try […]
The Insurance Bureau of Canada estimates that an average of six pedestrians are hit each day in Toronto, a city that also has the highest number of cyclist collisions in the country. Automobile drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians are all at risk of injury when navigating Toronto streets but many don’t think ahead about how to […]
Toronto businesses see BIXI as an important service for attracting customers and making commuting easier. Cycle Toronto is excited to launch our Businesses for BIXI Expansion petition. Cycle Toronto calls on all businesses that want BIXI stations in their neighbourhoods to sign on and encourage City Council to support a timely expansion to all places […]
Some artists delight in showing us things we’ve never seen before, and others show us things we see all the time, but never really notice; through their eyes, we discover something that we didn’t know was there, a fresh perspective on hidden art. Read the full post: “Abandoned bike skeletons as urban sculptures” on TreeHugger.
During the 1960’s and 1970’s, the bicycle was the most popular product in China. Bicycles were often given as wedding gifts, and in 1986, US President George HW Bush received two bicycles as a gift from Beijing. The country was known as “bicycle kingdom” and the vast majority of the population used bicycles to get […]