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Tips for Riding your Bike this Winter

Tips for Riding your Bike this Winter

This chilly morning proves it… winter is on the way to Toronto… To help get Toronto Cyclists ready for it (especially if you’re thinking of biking through winter for the first time)… we’ll start with this collection of links for you: Winter Biking in Toronto tips from the City of Toronto – They’ve posted a […]


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On The Blogs: Car Insurance Tips for Driving near Cyclists

Esurance Offers Drivers Tips… From a Cyclist

Duncan’s City Ride brings us a cool sheet of tips from Esurance: While modern cyclists have traded in jaunty caps for high-tech helmets and Grand Canyon-sized potholes for smooth, paved streets, the dangers are still what they were in the good old days, which is to say significant. With more and more cars on the […]


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On The Blogs: Dressing for Winter

Appropriate Dress

Over on Claire’s Fletcher Five blog, she talks about making sure her hands and face are warm as the weather cools down: I’m going to need some mittens. Probably several pairs, as I’m prone to losing stuff. And something to keep my nose and cheeks cozy. And legwarmers. The list goes on… A question for […]


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The Complete 10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic

The last two weeks on BikingToronto have seen us publish 10 “Secrets” to Cycling with Traffic. These aren’t secrets of course, but they are things that new cyclists sometimes don’t know… so we thought we’d publish a series of them to help people new to riding their bikes around Toronto (and other big cities) learn […]


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10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic: Part 10 of 10

Practice Your Route

Today we finish a series of 10 posts about cycling with car traffic. These are things we have learned from years of riding in downtown Toronto. Some of these tips you may have seen before in other places, and some will be new. This is not meant to be a complete list… there are more […]


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10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic: Part 9 of 10

Avoid the Right Hook

Today we continue a series of 10 posts about cycling with car traffic. These are things we have learned from years of riding in downtown Toronto. Some of these tips you may have seen before in other places, and some will be new. This is not meant to be a complete list… there are more […]


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10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic: Part 8 of 10

Ride With Others

Today we continue a series of 10 posts about cycling with car traffic. These are things we have learned from years of riding in downtown Toronto. Some of these tips you may have seen before in other places, and some will be new. This is not meant to be a complete list… there are more […]


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10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic: Part 7 of 10

Make Them THINK You’re Unpredictable

Today we continue a series of 10 posts about cycling with car traffic. These are things we have learned from years of riding in downtown Toronto. Some of these tips you may have seen before in other places, and some will be new. This is not meant to be a complete list… there are more […]


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10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic: Part 6 of 10

Take That Lane

Today we continue a series of 10 posts about cycling with car traffic. These are things we have learned from years of riding in downtown Toronto. Some of these tips you may have seen before in other places, and some will be new. This is not meant to be a complete list… there are more […]


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10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic: Part 5 of 10

signal

Today we continue a series of 10 posts about cycling with car traffic. These are things we have learned from years of riding in downtown Toronto. Some of these tips you may have seen before in other places, and some will be new. This is not meant to be a complete list… there are more […]


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