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OH YEAH: Crowdsource Your Next Bike Vacation

The rise of the sharing economy has put dozens of tools at your fingertips, allowing you to connect directly with locals, and save yourself some money in the process. http://ift.tt/eA8V8J Read More: Crowdsource Your Next Bike Vacation Read More: Crowdsource Your Next Bike Vacation – Momentum Mag


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OH YEAH: How to Host a Women Bike Forum

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Increasingly, individual leaders and bicycling organizations are starting that conversation with a gathering of female riders and bike-curious residents. To help make these events as successful as possible, we created our latest guide: How to Host a Women’s Bicycling Forum. Read More: How to Host a Women Bike Forum | League of American Bicyclists


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OH YEAH: Win a Tern Bicycles Link D8 Folding Bike

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This week on the Momentum Mag Contests Blog, you get double the chances to win a folding bike from Tern Bicycles. You could win a Tern Link D8 folding bike. Mobile phones, umbrellas, point and shoot cameras – the natural arc of evolution moves in a direction of increasing portability – the bicycle is no different. The Link D8 […]


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VIDEO: ALLEYCATS – Bike Racing with Less Rules

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How the unsanctioned bike racing movement grew from its Toronto roots into a global phenomenon. Being a bike messenger is simple. You deliver a package from Point A to Point B. Or so it seems… Just with any other job, the devil is in the details. There’s work politics, it’s dangerous, and the culmination of […]


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OH YEAH: For $3000, you can own one of the world’s smallest cafés

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The Nordic Society For Invention and Discovery (NSID) has developed one possible solution for a low-cost and low-impact competitor in the crowded coffee market, and it can be yours for just $3000. The Wheely’s concept is a mini coffee shop on a cargo bike, complete with a solar powered battery pack for brewing java, a cold sink for […]


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OH YEAH: Why cargo bikes are better than cars

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Documentary filmmaker Liz Canning, is showing the history of a phenomenon coming to life again in America and around the world in her new film Less Car More Go, now on Kickstarter. Canning credits the Dutch with the effort to turn away from car-centric culture in the 1970s to re-embrace a more walkable, bikeable standard for cities […]


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OH YEAH: Instagram Contest – #petsonbikes – Momentum Mag

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It’s contest time! Instagram a photo of your pet on your bike, tag @momentummag and use the hashtag #petsonbikes to enter to win a pet carrier* from @linusbike. One entry per photo, but you can enter as many times as you like. Share on Facebook and/ or Twitter for bonus entries. While anyone is free to submit photos, […]


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EVENT: Wed, April 16 – Open House about Danforth re-construction between Woodbine and Vic Park

Drop in and let them know that bikes belong.  There is NOTHING in the plans as far as cycling infrastructure is concerned! A public drop-in event to learn more about the construction and beautification plans for Danforth Avenue, the construction schedule, what disruptions to expect and to speak directly with project staff. Wednesday April 16, 2014 […]


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OH YEAH: Public Works: Take That Park and Ride It

ParkCycle Swarm attaches micro-parks to bikes, letting you take your green space wherever you go. Public Works looks at public space, urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them. Sometimes you just need some grass where there is Read More: Public Works: Take That Park and Ride […]


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OH YEAH: Review of This Road Continues One Block North

This Road Continues One Block North, by Christine Bruce Review by: Steve Brearton Cycling by its nature is a solitary pursuit: one person, one bike. Toronto boasts a rich cultural environment, but few have chronicled Toronto’s …  Read More: Review of This Road Continues One Block North | dandyhorse magazine


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