We've talked about the things holding you back from cycling, now it's only fair that we mention the many ways readers' lives are enriched by hopping on a bike The unique feeling I have on a bike is … [Read more...]
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In early 2011, almost three years before the Wall Street Journal dubbed cargo bikes "the New Station Wagon," filmmaker Liz Canning began making LESS CAR MORE GO. The project is a … [Read more...]
Win tickets to the Ontario Bike Summit mixer at Steam Whistle Hey Bike Lovers! Want to mix and mingle with some of the most dedicated bike advocates around? You could win 2 free tickets to the Ontario … [Read more...]
Toronto needs warriors to fight for cyclists, pedestrians, and the life of the city. Whatever happened to the War on the Car? I miss it. And I struggle to accept the fact that one madman’s election … [Read more...]
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Do you want to strut your stuff on the Momentum Mag bike fashion show runway?
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Story by: Nico Mara-McKay Photos from Toronto Archives The Scarboro Beach Amusement Park was located in the Beaches neighbourhood. It featured various attractions such as a theatre, freak shows, a … [Read more...]
A chance for two lucky people to win a new Brodie Voltage! Enter on Facebook or tweet “I just entered the #bfree Sweepstakes to win one of TWO @brodiebikes Voltages- RT to Enter! ow.ly/vfMQx” to win! … [Read more...]
Wrapping up this series on car-free living, I'm compelled to come back to the issue of location. Also, I think it's important to note that car-free living isn't for everyone, and there are some … [Read more...]
Wrapping up my series on car-free living, I'm going to tie up a few quick loose ends in this article, and also come back to my original point. Read More: Car-free living — meeting with friends
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The seasonal flood of bicycles is as sure a sign of Spring as tree buds, litter piles, and tulips. As with most things in life, this is heaven to some, and hell to others. Below are just a few … [Read more...]
“Of the few workers in Baltimore who commute by bike, a disproportionate share -- about 87 percent -- are white, according to aggregated five-year estimates by the Census,” reports J.B. Wogan. … [Read more...]