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EVENT: June 8 – Ward 32 Cupcake Ride!

Ward 32 Cupcake Ride!

We’ll start at Tori’s Bakeshop a spot we visited at last year, a wonderful vegan bakery, bike west on Queen St and then down Coxwell to take the Martin Goodman Trail over to Tommy Thompson park. We’ll loop through Tommy Thompson aka the Leslie Spit, bike along the lake and then back up to Queen […]


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Ward 32 Cupcake Ride!

Announcing the first Cupcake Ride for 2013!! We are co-hosting this ride with Councillor McMahon’s Office (thanks for all your help Kristin!) to celebrate Ward 32 during our upcoming Bike Month in Toronto! Date: Saturday, June 8th Time: 1:00pm Start place: Tori’s Bakeshop (2188 Queen St East – between Maclean & Balsam Ave) read full […]


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Things to do in Toronto this Weekend on your Bike

September Cupcake Ride Details!

I try to highlight bike events when I can… I often don’t have the time to promote other than on the Facebook Page and on @bikingtoronto on twitter, but here goes. Saturday, Sept 22 Toronto Girls Cupcake Ride The Girls Cupcake Ride is like a Toronto bike tradition now… it’s finishing it’s 3rd year and […]


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The News Cycle for Friday, June 8, 2012

A Public Transit adventure

A Public Transit Adventure [Cupcake Ride] I’ve used public transit bike racks in BC before and the ones on the TTC buses are exactly the same. You just push up on a metal handle, pull the whole rack down towards you, lift your bike into the wheel slots and then secure your front wheel with […]


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Tomorrow is the May Girls Cupcake Ride!

May 2012 Cupcake Ride Details

This was originally posted over on Hyedie’s Cupcake Ride Blog… if you are female and looking for something fun and delicious to do tomorrow, you really can not beat this!   Announcing the details for the 2nd Cupcake Ride of the third season! Hope you can make it out! Date: Saturday, May 26th Time: 1pm Start: Swirls Cupcakes […]


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Guest Post: Organizing Girls Only Rides

Why I Organize Girls Only Rides

Note from Joe: I requested that Hyedie re-post this excellent post here on BikingToronto. I frankly can not believe that Hyedie is getting flack for organizing a very successful series of bike rides. Yes, they’re only for females, but so what? Almost *everything* in the cycling world is male dominated, and Hyedie is trying to […]


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Sweet Ride: Cupcake Edition, the Music Video

Sweet Ride: Cupcake Edition - Apr. 22, 2012

As I mentioned when I posted photos from the Sweet Ride: Cupcake Edition on Sunday, I also took about 100 short videos during the ride, and have been editing them on my phone. I’m finally done, and was able to take 11 minutes of video down to 3.5, as well as pairing it with a […]


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Photos from the Sunday Sweet Ride: Cupcake Edition

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Yesterday, we had our first Sweet Ride (co-ed food based group ride planned with Hyedie of the Cupcake Ride) of 2012.  It had a cupcake theme, and we started up at Bathurst and Eglinton at Flour Studio and went all the way to Bobbette & Belle in Leslieville almost completely car-free via the Beltline, Moore Park […]


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Winter Rider Profiles

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It’s April, spring is (almost) here, but I want to take a blog post to highlight a very good series of posts done by Hyedie over at the Cupcake Ride blog… the Winter Rider  interview series with Cupcake Riders who ride all year long. She chatted with them about why they love riding and what […]


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2012 Sweet Ride and Cupcake Ride Schedule

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We’re gearing up for the 2012 Sweet Ride and Cupcake Ride season and Joe and I thought we’d be proactive this year and set dates for the whole season before hand. While this is a tentative schedule, we’re hoping that nothing will come up and we can stick to the dates below. We’ll be setting […]


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