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TONIGHT: Fri, Aug. 8 – Ghost Bike Memorial Ride for Immanuel Sinnadurai

Date: Fri, Aug. 8 Start Time: 6:00 pm Start Location: Spadina and Bloor A ride to remember and install a Ghost Bike for Immanuel Sinnadruai.  This is a hefty ride… 30km each way. Be prepared. A Ghost Bike Memorial Ride from Spadina Ave at Bloor Street to Neilson Rd at Sheppard Ave. E. A Ghost […]


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ADVOCACY: Ghost bikes move us all

Many of the cycling activists who installed a ghost bike memorial at Spadina south of Dundas last fall didn’t know Carla Warrilow. She was struck and dragged under a truck while cycling on October 16, 2013. It took firefighters 15 minutes to free her, and she died a week later from her injuries. Ghost bikes […]


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The News Cycle for Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011

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  A ghost bike for Jenna Morrison [The GridTO] In the wake of this morning’s public memorial for Jenna Morrison—the cyclist killed last week—we chart the journey of her commemorative ghost bike from the Bike Pirates shop on Bloor to the site of her death at Dundas and Sterling. Cycle of tragedy [NOW Magazine] If […]


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The News Cycle for Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011

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‘I saw nothing but bike helmets for blocks’ [The Star] She was 38. I am 38. She had a five-year-old. So do I. She was killed on an average day, pedalling down the same two-lane street she always did by a truck that didn’t have a metal fence under its hulking belly because it would cost […]


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The News Cycle for Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011

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Cyclist’s death prompts call for mandatory truck side guards [The Star] The NDP is calling for mandatory side guards on heavy trucks after the death of cyclist Jenna Morrison last week. Toronto MP Olivia Chow, the opposition transport critic, will introduce a private member’s bill Monday that demands trucks be fitted with the guards that can […]


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The News Cycle for Friday, Nov. 11, 2011

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Five Books on Bikes [Toronto Standard] Those of us who regularly mount a mechanical goat and canter through the city, are quite emotionally attached to our rides, much like how other people fawn over their automobiles. Like them, we two-wheel operators also enjoy looking at other people’s rides, and when it comes to books illustrating […]


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