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NEWS: Cycling group lobbies for boost in funding infrastructure outside of downtown Toronto

Totally agree.  Having bikelanes downtown is ideal, and we're starting to see lots of bike commuting downtown.  More *separated* bikelanes downtown please... BUT, the old suburbs of Toronto is where … [Read more...]

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ELSEWHERE: The World’s Most Bike-Friendly Cities

Great job Montreal!  I'm gonna be in you in late May.  Looking forward to checking you out. There are lots of cities where it's good to be a cyclist, but some are truly two-wheel paradises. The … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Cycling routes in Ontario get financial bump

The provincial government says it's moving ahead with a $25-million investment over three years to create a more cycling-friendly Ontario. The plan includes $15 million for cycling routes that … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Bicycle award divides Toronto’s cycling community

Toronto's recent "Gold" designation (and the division about it) is hitting the mainstream media.  I tend to agree with Jared of Cycle Toronto... there are enough uninformed and anti-car politicians … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: A New Bike Corral on Harbord!

Spotted on Harbord by Harbord Collegiate (just west of Bathurst) - a bike corral!  Now a dozen bikes can be parked in the space formerly wasted on just 1 car. Look at what just popped up on Harbord … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Toronto receives “gold” award at the Ontario Bike Summit. No one is sure why.

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Toronto received a "gold" bicycle friendly community designation at the Ontario Bike Summit from Share the Road earlier this week, but no one really knows why.  Unlike the League of American … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: What Will the New Queens Quay Look Like?

In a little more than two months – mark your calendars for June 19, 2015 – Queens Quay will officially reopen. Soon we’ll be strolling along the revitalized Queens Quay’s generous pedestrian promenade … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: What do you think of protected bike lanes?

Dandyhorse asked cyclists near Sherbourne and Wellesley (sadly, the most "sophisticated" bike lanes in Toronto) what they thought of these separated bike lanes: Sherbourne and Wellesley is a … [Read more...]

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PUBLIC MEETING: Thurs, Apr 9 – Humber Bay Shores Park Trail Improvements

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The City of Toronto invites you to learn more and give your input on proposed trail improvements in Humber Bay Shores Park. Upgrades are needed to accommodate the increased popularity of this … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Bike to Transit survey shows need for more bike infrastructure at GO stations

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A survey of 100 bike-to-GO commuters produced by Donald Wiedman of Bike to Transit shows that the GTA, with its steadily increasing population along with the increasing popularity of commuter cycling, … [Read more...]

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