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NEWS: Pedestrian punches cyclist in the face for running Queen’s Quay red light


Okay, the pedestrian needs some anger management courses, but the cyclist should have been more careful.  Red lights mean stop.  Share public space. An angry pedestrian was caught on video … [Read more...]

NEWS: Why is Hamilton’s bike sharing scheme more popular than Toronto’s?


Honestly, I think the main factor is that downtown Toronto is walkable AND everywhere downtown is close to the subway.    There are options beside biking.   Aside from a few bus routes through … [Read more...]

NEWS: Bike theft caught on video (including photo of thief)


A bike theft on the Railpath was caught on video yesterday.  Photo of the thief is above - full video below. Watch a bike thief in action on the Toronto Railpath at about 12:15pm on July 22, 2015! My … [Read more...]

NEWS: Cyclist seriously injured after being struck by truck


A woman suffered serious injuries when she wast struck by a truck while riding her bike at Spadina Ave. and Dupont St. Friday morning. According to police, the woman has sent to a trauma centre with … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! City Council approves extension of Richmond & Adelaide Cycle Tracks to Parliament


Awesome!  City Council has just approved the extension of the Richmond and Adelaide Cycle Tracks (also known as physically separate bikelanes) all the way over to Parliament. This makes so much … [Read more...]

NEWS: Toronto councillor pushes stiffer penalties for hitting, injuring cyclists


A Toronto city councillor wants the province to get tough with drivers who injure and kill vulnerable road users. Mary-Margaret McMahon, who was hit by a vehicle while cycling in July 2014, has … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Bike Share Toronto to double with $4.9 million from Metrolinx 

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Oh yeah!  Big plans for Bikeshare Toronto expansion! Metrolinx is doubling the size of the city’s bike sharing system with $4.9 million aimed primarily at making more bikes available at transit … [Read more...]

NEWS: Chris Harper, cyclist killed in Milton, focus of crowdfunding campaign


After a popular teacher and father of five was killed while cycling this weekend, an online campaign has sprung up to help his family. Oakville's Chris Harper, a 50-year-old married father of two … [Read more...]

NEWS: Too many cyclists being hit by doors


Doorings are a common occurrence on Toronto’s streets, and the results can be fatal. In 2008, a driver doored a 57-year-old man, throwing the cyclist into oncoming traffic, where he was struck by … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! It’s time bike lanes were installed everywhere in Toronto


The Editor of the Star's Automotive Section calls for dedicated, separated bikelanes on almost every road.  A sensible write-up that advocates for Vision Zero (that NO ONE should die on the road) and … [Read more...]