A Toronto history bike tour!?? OH YEAH!
THE DON VALLEY: FROM TODMORDEN MILLS TO LAKE ONTARIO BICYCLE TOUR
Join Jennifer Bonnell, a historian of the Don Valley, to explore the rich human and … [Read more...]
As a form of healthy and manly recreation no sport can surpass that of wheeling. If the rider desires to be alone that he may commune with his own thoughts he may be so, but the social side of cycling … [Read more...]
During the First World War, which started 100 years ago this year, the advantage of a bicycle-mounted army battalion over a horse-mounted one became obvious. Quiet and stealthy, the bicycle covered as … [Read more...]
Bicycle Face is real. It's called smiling. Only bike commuters do it.
Once upon a time, the main danger associated with bicycling had nothing to do with being hit by a car.
Instead, some late … [Read more...]
Toronto as a city is hardly overburdened with cycle lanes. There are just over 90 kms of bike tracks - not including off-street trails - winding their way through the region, often disjointed and … [Read more...]
via Dandyhorse and HerStoriesCafe:
What: The Women and Bicycles Picnic
When: Thursday, August 18, 2011 starting at 6pm.
Where: Trinity Bellwoods Park, beside the Trinity Bellwoods Recreation … [Read more...]