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EVENT: Sat. Aug 9 – Toronto Bike Rave 2014


Woohoo!  It’s coming!

Bike Rave is a D.I.Y. event that combines lights with synched music while riding through the streets of Toronto from dance destination to dance destination.

This is Bike Pirates’ third year hosting the event, and we want it to be bigger and better this year!!

Here is the premise:

Everyone covers their bike with lights, glow sticks, streamers, colour, fuzz etc. and meets at the first meeting location. We will make a playlist, which will be available for download a week before the event. At the meeting location, everyone with a sound system will press play at the same time, and then we ride critical mass style through the city. VOILA! Bike Rave.

Check out what happened last year.


More Details: Facebook Event: Bike Rave 2014.

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EVENT: Sat, July 26 – Timbuk2 Toronto Store Launch Party


Date: Sat, July 26, 11am – 7pm

Where: 359 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

We’ve done it Canada, we’re coming to Toronto! The Timbuk2 Toronto store is opening at 359 Queen St West (@ Peter St) and we couldn’t be more excited for our Canadian debut.

Join the Toronto team + staff from our HQ in San Francisco and Chicago store + hundreds of your new closest friends as we fill the day with

* Local craft beer

* $5 MiiR stainless steel tall boy glasses to raise funds for Toronto bike non-profit (to be announced)

* Tasty bites from local food truck

* Timbuk2 photobooth photo ops

* Live music

* Surprise giveaways and discounts


More details: Toronto Store Launch Party.

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YES! The Bike Rave – A Game Changer (With Glowsticks)

Bike Rave 2014

Rolling through the immense crowd, it is virtually impossible to keep your senses from overloading. The flashing LED lights, innovative homemade costumes, rolling sound systems, and unique two, three, and four-wheeled machines lend to the incomparable, celebratory vibe. Underlying that diversity is an unparalleled sense of unity: Yaletown kids reveling with Mount Pleasant hipsters, along with hundreds of suburbanites specifically hitting the city for a safe, fun, care-free night on their bikes.

Read More: The Bike Rave – A Game Changer (With Glowsticks) – Momentum Mag.

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EVENT: Wed, July 15 – Cycle Toronto Ward 15 Launch

CycleToronto_CAPSDate: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 – 18:3020:00

Location: Maria A. Shchuka Library – 1745 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto.

Cycle Toronto is excited to announce the launch of the Ward 15 Advocacy Group!

Keynote presentation by Kristin Schwartz, coordinator of Bike Host and the Bike to School Project.  She will discuss about the role of cycling in the movement for safe routes to school, followed by an open floor for questions and answers. This event is open to all members of the public that wish to attend. Everyone is welcome and community stakeholders have been invited..  There will be a informal social at Chalkers Pub following the event.

For questions about this event, or the Ward Advocacy Program, please contact mark.romeril@cycleto.ca

This event originally posted on Cycle Toronto‘s BikeEvents.TO calendar. BikingToronto has partnered with Cycle Toronto to help get the word out about news and events.

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EVENT: Mon, July 14 – Urban Beekeeping Bicycle Tour

Monday, July 14, 2014 | 6:30 – 8:30 PM | FREE

Begins: Koffler Gallery, 180 Shaw St.

Ends: Portlands Energy Centre, 470 Unwin Ave.

RSVP: kofflergallery@kofflerarts.org | 647.925.0643 x221

From rooftops to waterfronts, Toronto’s downtown beehives produce delicious honey and link a community of apiarists dedicated to protecting bee colonies and their many outputs – environmental as well as artistic. The tour begins with Penelope Stewart’s beeswax installation Vanitas at the Koffler Gallery, and travels east by bicycle to the Portlands Energy Centre beehives for a demonstration by beekeeper Brian Hamlin and a sampling of local honeys by sunset.

Event Listing: Urban Beekeeping Bicycle Tour | Koffler Centre of the Arts.

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