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EVENTS: Check out a Tune-Up Tuesday

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On my way home last night I was able to stop at a Cycle Toronto Tune-Up Tuesday on Bloor East across from Castle Frank Station. I forgot to get photos of the friendly people who helped me address a couple small problems with my bike (I’m not a gearhead), but I’ve included the ones I […]


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TONIGHT! Bike Month 2014 Wrap Party at CSI Annex

Join Cycle Toronto for a night of socializing and celebrating cycling in our city! Wed June 25, 7pm-11pm at Centre for Social Innovation – Annex (Bathurst & Bloor). Free for Cycle Toronto members. $5 for non-members. Get a free drink and free entry if you join or renew at the door! Check out Bike Month at bikemonth.ca. RSVP on our Facebook […]


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EVENT: Wed, Mar. 26 – Cycle Toronto Annual General Meeting

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Join us for our Annual General Meeting! Save the date for our 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wed Mar 26. Meet and vote for candidates for the Board of Directors, listen to reports on 2013, and learn more about where we’re heading in 2014.   2014 Board Candidates Now Live: Cycle Toronto is seeking […]


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GET INVOLVED: Volunteer with Cycle Toronto

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Cycle Toronto’s next volunteer orientation will take place on Sat Mar 22, 1-4pm! Register by tomorrow (Tues, Mar. 18) to get in. We’re not going to making biking in Toronto better by complaining on the internet… get involved! Please send a half-page application with the subject line “Volunteer application” to siva.v@cycleto.ca by Tues, Mar 18 for our Sat, […]


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GET INVOLVED: Help Cycle Toronto with a Social Media Member Drive

via CycleToronto We need your help! This month, we’re running March Membership Magic. Everyone who joins Cycle Toronto or renews their membership this month gets entered into a draw for a bike from Giant Toronto.  To get the word out about the promo, I’m looking to get one tweet or Facebook post (or both!) every half […]


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Toronto’s Bike Plan due to be finished in 158 years

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Fabulous infographic by Cycle Toronto: The City of Toronto continues to be stuck in neutral when it comes to installing bike lanes. In 2013, the City installed zero kilometres of protected bike lanes and 2.4 kilometres painted bike lanes. At the current rate, it will take 158 years to reach the 2001 Bike Plan’s target […]


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More Bikes than Cars using College Street

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This is beautiful stuff. I won’t even get all persnickety about the graph further down the post with a y axis that doesn’t start at zero. I shall keep my inner data geek in check. Cycle Toronto observed this trend this fall, when it counted more bikes than cars on College St. On Thurs Sept 19th, from […]


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Who won at the Toronto Bike Awards?

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Dandyhorse Magazine has a write-up of all the winners from Tuesday night.  Congrats to all! A large and enthusiastic crowd came out to the Gladstone Hotel Ballroom on the evening of November 26 for the 2013 Toronto Bike Awards. The awards honoured individuals and organizations from both business and the community who have shown leadership […]


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EVENT REMINDER: Tues, Nov. 26 – Toronto Bike Awards

Glad to see Cycle Toronto hosting this again. They do a good job. RSVP on facebook here. Cycle Toronto and the City of Toronto are pleased to bring you the 2013 Toronto Bike Awards, supported by Daniels Corporation. The Bike Awards honours the people and organizations that show leadership in making our city a better place to bike!  […]


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Cyclists rally for Lansdowne bike lanes after 4 year delay

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Great article by Spacing.  Horrible insight into city processes.  People complaining about the loss of a few car parking spaces delays City Council decisons.  Unbelievable. As night descended on MacGregor Playground on Oct. 29, cyclists clad in ghoulish garb rallied in support of Lansdowne Ave. bike lanes that Toronto council approved in 2009 and 2010, […]


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