When: Thursday Feb 19th: 6-7pm
Where: Sweet Pete's Bike Shop - 1204 Bloor St West
Cost: $20 including tax
Fixing your own flat tire is one of the most essential repairs a cyclist needs to know. … [Read more...]
She barely saw me but I sure noticed her. After years of year-round riding in Canada, I was accustomed to seeing a certain type of winter cyclist: wearing layers of synthetics, on an expensive … [Read more...]
Great article from London Cyclist:
Riding in the dark isn’t everyone’s idea of fun. A lamp lit spin around lanes you know, or off-road – known as night riding – can actually be both liberating and … [Read more...]
People rarely bat an eye at women doing tree poses in yoga while seven months pregnant, but taking to two wheels with a baby on board solicits everything from cheers to disapproving looks and … [Read more...]
As acceptance of the bicycle lifestyle gains traction throughout North America, business owners and entrepreneurs of all stripes are hard at work entrenching bike-friendliness into their business … [Read more...]
Great little guide to biking stuff in Toronto from BlogTO. True, most of the links are to other BlogTO articles, but it's a start. You may also want to check out the How-To resources here on Biking … [Read more...]
If you’re at all interested in adventuring on two wheels, you’ve probably run across the term “bikepacking.” This is exactly what it sounds like: a self-supported camping trip in a natural setting, … [Read more...]
A gentle breeze and sun that wants to warm your back is calling. What would be better than a picnic by bike?
The plan sounds dreamy, but I worry over the details. How many deviled eggs? Should I … [Read more...]
Just a quick shout-out to Ward 18 in the city's west end. They've released the minutes from their latest meeting and there are some things in there other groups (or wannabe groups) can … [Read more...]
Checking for cyclists should be a routine and heavily emphasized part of driver education, especially now that many more cities are encouraging cycling and installing painted bike lanes, which often … [Read more...]
Summer is for cycling and summer is for skirts—but how on Earth do you reconcile the two? It turns out that you can, with only a penny and a rubber band. This video explains how.
via Cycle in a … [Read more...]
So, a few summers ago, I tried biking a few days a week to save money and build a workout into my day. Soon, I was biking every day.
Fall arrived, so I put on sweats, gardening gloves and my … [Read more...]