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INFRASTRUCTURE: Bike to work? These property owners want you

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From Vancouver.  Let’s get this going in Toronto. In the past six years, Vancouver’s Pacific Centre has added secure storage spaces for nearly 150 bikes. When 725 Granville, the latest addition to the three-block-long downtown office-shopping complex, is completed next year, another 88 secure spots will become available. Safe bike parking, alongside lockers, showers and […]


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HOW TO: Five things I’ve learned about commuting by bicycle in Toronto

So, a few summers ago, I tried biking a few days a week to save money and build a workout into my day. Soon, I was biking every day. Fall arrived, so I put on sweats, gardening gloves and my running jacket. Winter followed, so I pretended I was cross-country skiing, and added wool socks, […]


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dandycommute series: Sunnybrook to Parkdale

dandycommute series: Sunnybrook to Parkdale

Dandyhorse Magazine starts a “dandycommute” series of posts: This is the first in a series about commuting by bike to work. In this first dandyBLOG post about commuting by bike to work, I say goodbye to summer and hello to multimodal commuting methods on my new super (long) commute. This series will continue with more photos […]


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On The Blogs: The Changing NYC Bike Commute

NYC Commute

Duncan looks at the changing New York City bike commute on his City Rides blog: Only a small percentage of the ride is along streets with sharrows and, notice too, that NYC DOT isn’t trying to squeeze one size fits all cycling infrastructure onto a wide variety of streets… Real cycling infrastructure influences real change. […]


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How to Join Toronto’s Group Commute Tomorrow – Monday, May 31.

[ Cross-posted on our BikeMonth and  Bike to Work Blogs , original post by Duncan] On Monday, May 31st, 2010, Bike Month in Toronto kicks off with the annual Toronto Group Commute. The city’s web site has an interactive Google map and chart showing you the start points nearest you (Click on the map for […]


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