Goldhawk Live tackled the question of if Toronto is a safe place to cycle on last Thursday. The video is on YouTube in 6 parts. Here’s part #6. The other parts are linked below the video. Safe Cycling on Goldhawk Live – Part 1 of 6Safe Cycling on Goldhawk Live – Part 2 of 6Safe [...]
The TTC went on strike on the weekend, but is back in business now. I saw lots of people biking the strike, and just found this succinct and pretty funny video explaining the causes of the strike:
Is there such a thing as a “stupid” bikelane? This guy in Los Angeles thinks so, as the bikelane is only a block long. I especially like the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas music near the beginning, and the Super Mario death jingle near the end. Can you think of any “less than intelligent” bikelanes [...]
Ever thought of hollowing out a car and setting it up with cycle-power to save on fuel costs? The courts say you can do it: The car had been on exhibition at the Mercer Union art gallery (37 Lisgar Street) when Baldwin and three others decided it was time to hit the road and see [...]
You may remember when Vanessa from Green as a Thistle put out a call for volunteers to help her move by bike on Queen West. A video from Moving Day is now up!
This video has been everywhere over the last couple of weeks – a video from Transport for London that illustrates the need for drivers to be aware of cyclists: While it’s been everywhere, what I haven’t seen explained is that it is a demonstration of how the human brain works. Give the brain a task [...]
The Star has a short little video on their site about winter cycling. I can’t figure out how to embed it in this blog post, so you’ll have to visit the link.
Streetfilms has a cool feature called Cyclist of the Month. Their most recent one is about Mary Beth Kelly. Mary’s husband was killed while they were out for a ride on a Greenway in Hudson River Park. Mary has since become a great cycling advocate in New York City: In June 2006, she and her [...]
New York City used to be hostile to cyclists… Toronto now has to emulate them, as evidenced by this video from last Hallowe’en… at least I hope that’s why Clarence of Streetfilms is dressed up: We went back to check in how things were progressing on the NYC DOT’s plans for the 9th Avenue physically [...]
What happens when our pal Tino slaps a camera on his bike and takes part in the “Rubber Race” at the Ice Bike Races? We get an amusing video. Thanks Tino!
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