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VIDEO: The Commuter Complex – Episode Two: Little Italy | Ryersonian.ca

Awesome video. Well made and with a great message. The Commuter Complex is a weekly online video series that examines Ryerson students' commutes from different neighbourhoods in the … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: “Bike to Work” is the wrong message

Veronica O. Davis thinks “bike to work” is the wrong message.“Bike advocates need to focus on recreational trips. If you start off with, hey, you should bike to work, it becomes overwhelming for a lot … [Read more...]

STUFF: 5 Panniers for Everyday Cycling

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Designed by bikers in the rainy Northwest, the Roll Top Panniers with roll and adjustable flaps are built to be water-resistant and very roomy. Swift Industries welcomes customers to customize their … [Read more...]

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 … [Read more...]

HOW TO: How to Bike to Work

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Have you discovered the sheer joy of riding your bike to work? Not only will you beat congestion and save time and money on parking, but you will also arrive feeling happier, healthier, and ready to … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: France experiments with paying people to cycle to work

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France has started a six-month experiment with paying people to cycle to work, joining other European governments in trying to boost bicycle use to boost people's health, reduce air pollution and cut … [Read more...]

Douglas Yardley’s Excellent Don Valley Adventure

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  A bicycle is a great way to see more of the world around you. You can pause to watch wildlife, admire historic buildings, and make new friends. We have a little tour of historic sites and … [Read more...]

Tackling climate change one driver at a time

Tackling climate change one driver at a time

Canadian car owners spend $2,465, on average, annually on gas, consuming 1,926 litres. Driving a mid-sized vehicle also costs more than $10,000 annually. ... Commuters who switch to transit just … [Read more...]

Cycle Toronto Smart Commute cycling workshop at Sunnybrook

Cycle Toronto Smart Commute cycling workshop at Sunnybrook

Cycle Toronto and Smart Commute hosted a “Street Smarts” workshop on October 22 for theSunnybrook/ICES BUG. The focus was on winter cycling. We learned about layering and basic bike maintenance. It … [Read more...]

Winter Biking Photo Inspiration

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Winter is here, but that's no reason to stay inside (although hot chocolate and roaring fires are definitely a good time). Whether you're thinking about biking to work this winter, or considering … [Read more...]

On The Blogs: Bike Commuter Backpacks

Backpacks for the Cycling Commuter

Duncan continues his great series of "Covet" posts and looks at good backpacks for cycling commuters: Fall weather is upon in Toronto and that means more rain, cooler temperatures and more reasons … [Read more...]

City of Toronto Survey shows Cycling is on the Rise!

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It's something that we all either suspected or downright knew... there are more and more Torontonians hopping on their bikes to do "utility" cycling (getting around by bike to do normal day-to-day … [Read more...]

How Many of Your Neighbours Bike to Work? Perhaps More Than You Think!

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Patrick Cain at the Toronto Star loves maps (who doesn't?). He's done a couple general commuting maps for the GTA, but has just released one just about Commuter Cyclists, organized by Census … [Read more...]

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