Check out Bike Pirates’ new shop on Queen Street West by Jonah Brunet In 2006, Bike Pirates first began as a self-described anarchist community of bike punks and aspiring mechanics working on a … [Read more...]
Kiera Bonifacio performing at last year’s bike show. Photo by Robin Sutherland
Toronto International Bike Show 2015
This weekend, Exhibition Place is hosting the world’s largest consumer cycling … [Read more...]
Hey friends, a small plug for my friend Yvonne Bambrick's new book "The Urban Cycling Survival Guide" just out this month for purchase here. The book contains lots of great common sense advice for … [Read more...]
March is pretty much here. Get your bike ready for riding again! Bateman's has a good deal on tune-ups on now. Will share if I see other deals too.
For the month of March, as a "Thank you" to our … [Read more...]
Two different acquaintances recently remarked that when they returned from a couple of years working outside of Toronto, they were blown away by the increase in the number of cyclists on the roads. … [Read more...]
Respect, Ed. Respect.
Never mind the rain. I'm riding my bike to the @TheAcademy Awards. Pardon the helmet hair.
via Ed Begley, Jr. on Twitter: "Never mind the rain. I'm riding my bike to the … [Read more...]
Well, this would be awesome, obviously.
“We’re getting calls like crazy from all over the world. People get really excited about the environment, for either safety reasons or energy reasons, or just … [Read more...]
Jacquelyn Hayward Gulati is the City of Toronto’s new Manager, Cycling Infrastructure and Programs, Transportation Services and comes to us from Mississauga where she grew up, and where she worked for … [Read more...]
In cities around the world, people are waking up from a long winter slumber and embracing this dreaded season by hopping on their bikes. Some of these winter cycling enthusiasts will be gathering in … [Read more...]
Old news, but Torontoist finally woke up to it.
A 130-metre hill in Trondheim, Norway, is home to what may be the future of urban cycling infrastructure: a bike escalator.
First installed in 1993 … [Read more...]
Here's one way to solve global warming: Spend $90 trillion £59 trillion over the next few years to redesign all the cities — as in all the cities on earth — so people live in more densely packed … [Read more...]
Yvonne Bambrick holding a copy of her new book, The Urban Cycling Survival Guide: Need-to-Know Skills and Strategies for Biking in the City, in Pamenar cafe in Kensington Market. Q&A with new … [Read more...]