The best used bike shops in Toronto offer a useful alternative to fending for yourself on Craigslist. While there’s certainly some premium involved in buying from a store rather than some dude in sweatpants, you tend to get what you pay for. If you know a whole lot about bike maintenance, it probably makes sense [...]
BikingToronto highlighted this cool invention last week, and the Star is picking up on it now. It’s a very neat story, so we don’t mind highlighting it again. Are you ready to ride the cardboard bike? Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni has created a functioning cardboard bicycle that he hopes to put into mass production [...]
Last Monday, we launched an *at cost* sale for the super-popular I Bike T.O. Shirts in celebration of 10,000 followers on the @bikingtoronto twitter account and 1,500 likes on the BikingToronto Facebook page… and TODAY is the very LAST day to get in on the deal! The shirts have sold way more than expected… interest [...]
NOTE: This is a guest post by Emma Jenkin, who wrote a great post for BikingToronto back in September about making a DIY TRON LightBike, and returns to review Mini-Monkey Spokelights! Learn more about Emma at the bottom of this post. It’s a little after 5:00pm and I’m leaving work. Mid-November. Of course it’s pitch dark [...]
Valentine’s Day is less than a month away, so if you’re attached and want to buy something for your significant other, or single and want to buy something for yourself, BikingToronto has the hookup. Our online I Bike T.O. shirt supplier is having a Free Shipping promotion for any order over $30 (just punch in [...]
The I Bike T.O. product line has recently become very popular with the recent addition of the Left Wing Pinko I Bike T.O. shirts… and we thought we should highlight some other new products we’ve recently added to the product line-up: We give 100% of the profits to bike-related charities in Toronto. (more info about [...]
Duncan highlights some very nice bike seat colours, via the Deadly Nightshades: Customize your bicycle with an amazing, durable, one-o-a-kind seat cover from THE GILD. Locally produced using recycled materials and love. Each cover includes a removable foam insert for comfortable riding, while a shaped overhang, elastic cording and toggle at the base ensures a [...]
Duncan continues his great series of “Covet” posts and looks at good backpacks for cycling commuters: Fall weather is upon in Toronto and that means more rain, cooler temperatures and more reasons to carry more things with you. A change of clothes, a laptop, books, lunch… the list goes on. While messenger bags are a [...]
via Duncans City Ride: With fall weather comes wetter days, chillier winds and the need to add an extra layer when cycling around town. I recently viewed a few men’s cycling jackets that look just as good on or off of your bicycle. Today, it’s time to see what’s available for women Read the full [...]
This would make a fantastic Christmas gift for so many people I know! From NOW Magazine: FELT handlebar cup holder If you need a jolt of java while you ride, mount FELT’s cup holder ($25, Urbane Cyclist, 180 John, 416-979-9733, ucycle.com) on your handlebars but beware cycling with scalding coffee down speed bump-pocked streets! via [...]
From the “Science and Tech” section of CTV.ca: Bamboo bicycles are hitting the road A group of friends from Colorado are trying to convince the world that a bicycle made from bamboo can perform as well or better than a traditional steel frame bike — and can help save the planet too. Unlike the vast [...]
I Bike T.O. Shirts!!Our super-popular shirts are available online via our online store where you can have them shipped right to your door.
I Bike T.O. Shirts are now available in a few places in Toronto!
Outer Layer - 577 Queen St. W. (map)