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DO IT SLOWLY: In praise of slow cycling


I'm seeing more and more slow (aka: normal) cycling in Toronto.  What about you? In short, the slower the people on bikes were moving, the more mature the bicycle culture, and the better the … [Read more...]

OH YEAH: Cycle Tourism is Great for the Economy


Bikes benefit everyone. Studies have been proving for years that bicyclists are good for business. Cycling customers are more likely to linger, make spur-of-the-moment decisions and purchases, and … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Toronto friends share their love of reading with bicycle book library


This is awesome.  I can't believe I haven't heard about this before now!  Great job Madeleine and Sarah! Madeleine Curry and Sarah Beaudin’s books cover a lot of ground. In the summer, they cycle … [Read more...]

4 Great Reasons to Donate to Cycle Toronto Today, New Years Eve


Happy New Years Eve! Today is the last day to make a donation to Cycle Toronto in 2015.  There are THREE great reasons why you should donate today instead of in the New Year. 1.  Your gift … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Toronto should pay people to cycle with money from drivers!


Hey, we have "sin taxes" on everything else - cigarettes and booze being the biggies.  If we want to discourage bad behaviour (driving everywhere) and encourage good behaviour (using transit, walking … [Read more...]

HO HO HO! 20 photos of Christmas trees transported by bike around the world


Oh yeah. Goal for 2016. For the second consecutive year, we shared our family’s newfound annual tradition of picking up the Christmas tree by cargo bike, and then we turned it over to you. And for … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: America’s 10 best new bike lanes of 2015


Paying attention Toronto?  These are proper successful bikelanes working in other cities.  Let's catch up. We still love separating bike lanes with posts, and preference surveys show that most … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: What are the possibilities for food bikes in Toronto?


Could we have food bikes in Toronto? Apart from the wow factor, the concept has several advantages. They are temporary, emissions-free, and mobile. Bikes can reach places vehicles would have a hard … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Five lessons Toronto could learn from New York’s transportation shift


It’s often called the biggest transformation in how New Yorkers move in a half-century. From 2007 to 2013, under mayor Michael Bloomberg, transportation commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan oversaw the … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! How cycling could help the Paris climate talks change the world


People ride a bike for all sorts of reasons: they’re fun; they keep you fit; in congested cities they have an amazing ability to deliver you to your destination on time. But what about saving the … [Read more...]