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HOW TO: Winter bike commuting basics

Great piece by People for Bikes: Believe it or not, some of the most bike-friendly cities in North America are in places known for serious winters. Minneapolis, MN, Madison, WI and Vancouver, BC all … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! 30% off the Urban Cycling Survival Guide

Yvonne's Urban Cycling Survival Guide is for beginners and experienced cyclists alike.  You can read my quick review of it here.  See below for a discount code to get 30% off on it right now. Hey, so … [Read more...]

HOW TO: Winter cycling – it’ll make you feel amazing

Awful headline to this story (below - come on, CBC, you are better than this), but the simplicity and sense of accomplishment with winter cycling out weighs any detriments. "We've really lost our … [Read more...]

HOW TO: Teach Children Bike Safety

You love cycling, you have a young family, and you want to make cycling an integral part of your family’s routine. While biking around with your kids while they’re young is a great way to get them … [Read more...]

The top 5 fall bike rides in Toronto

Fall bike rides in Toronto are a great activity through mid-November until the temperature drop. Mountain bikers in particular have it made in autumn, when trails become surrounded by blazing … [Read more...]

HOW TO: Tips for Safe and Comfortable Fall Cycling

Great tips from Yvonne Bambrick: It’s that time of year again, the winds start to pick up, the leaves are turning, and you can feel the seasonal shift towards winter. While there might be a chill in … [Read more...]

HOW TO: 8 Tips For Cycling in Autumn

Autumn is a time of change. Some of it great – the leaves changing color, a new season for new endeavors, and a welcome relief from the heat. But that change also brings with it some new challenges … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: 8 Things to Know About Cycling In Halifax

Learn about how to cycle in Halifax from Haligonians. Though buried in a significant amount of snow for a large stretch of the year, Halifax is rightly pursuing an ambitious cycling agenda that … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! A Commuter Created a Protected Bike Lane with Potted Plants

Great idea!  Where can we do this in Toronto? Jonathan Fertig, a Boston resident and bike commuter, created a functioning protected bike lane one one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the … [Read more...]

HOW TO: Learning Bike Maintenance

For many of us, fixing and maintaining our bicycle only ever gets as complicated as dropping it off at the shop and picking it up when it’s ready. There is no shame in not having the time, skills, or … [Read more...]