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On The Blogs: Stylish Bike Seat Covers

Toronto-made Seat Covers by The Gild

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 […]

On The Blogs: Bike Commuter Backpacks

Backpacks for the Cycling Commuter

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 […]

On The Blogs: Four Women’s Cycling Jackets

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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 […]

Available in 17 Languages, The Toronto Cyclists Handbook

The Toronto Cyclists Handbook Cover

The Partnership for Integration and Sustainable Transportation (a joint initiative of CultureLink Settlement Services and the Toronto Cyclists Union) has launched The Toronto Cyclists Handbook. Read more…

Cup Holder for Bike HandleBars

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 […]

Duncans City Ride: How a Guy Can Look Good on a Bicycle in Toronto

A short while ago I posted about how we dress when biking in Toronto. I think we’re a pretty good looking bunch here in Toronto. Of course, when I tell people I’m a cyclist I can instantly see their eyes fog over as they picture me in full spandex. As we’ve seen from my post, […]

Bamboo bicycles are hitting the road

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 […]

Wear It Proud Toronto: Bike-Related Apparel

I recently stumbled across WIPT (Wear it Proud Toronto) Clothing… a business all about bicycle friendly and fixed gear culture inspired apparel. Then, I read a little feature on them in the Spring issue of Dandyhorse. I got in touch with owner Steffan Kraiker and asked him to describe himself and WIPT, because it’s one […]

Stuff: Sweden’s V-Bike

A new design out of Sweden that combines small bike convenience with extra carrying capacity: Small balloon tires, a low-rider frame and lots of hauling attachments are the features Swedish cycling company Skeppshult felt would be most needed in a short-trip urban bike. … [It's] maneuverability and its front and back hauling attachments are pretty […]

Stuff: New Light Source Lasts 12+ Years without a Charge

At first I thought this new Litroenergy thingy from GloPaint had to be toxic to be able to glow for so long, but apparently it’s non-toxic and cheap. Perfect for helping light up you and your bike at night: “The Litrospheres are not effected by heat or cold, and are 5,000-pound crush resistant. They can […]

Stuff: Extreme Folding Bike

Folding Bikes are cool – take them on transit, stick them in small trunks or backseats… but what if you need them to fit somewhere smaller? We love folding bikes. Because they remove one of the arguments about taking up cycling; “I don’t have any room for a bicycle.” Here is a folding bike concept […]

Stuff: PackNGo Panniers

Well, this looks cool – bike panniers that turn into luggage: More luggage than bag, PakNgo is made from rigid polycarbonate, which helps fix the load securely to the back, and protects your stuff in the event of a close shave with a four-wheeler. Waterproof fabric keeps your stuff dry, and neatly detaches from the […]

Stuff: Glo Gloves: Gloves with Turn Signals!

This is a really cool product that I saw recently on BikeHugger: Glo gloves are simple, reflective over-gloves which will help you survive your night time rides. Here’s a good review by the Gadgeteer, but you won’t need too much convincing once you understand the value of the gloves. These are the same gloves you […]

Stuff White People Like: Bicycles

I came across this site after reading something about how it’s politically incorrect (does that even mean anything anymore?), but I gotta say, as a white person, I find the site hilarious and often quite accurate (such as recent posts about Oscar Parties and Threatening to Move to Canada). There’s a good post about bicycles […]

Stuff: Bike Storage, Made Swedish

I’m a pretty regular visitor to a site called ikeahacker, where people share IKEA products that they’ve hacked to be more useful or stylish or more appropriate to their home decor (because what could be more fun that taking a swedish fjaarngaard and turning it into something un-fjaarngaardish?) I’m happy to share with you a […]



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