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NOW Magazine Does Bikes!

Check out the current issue of NOW Magazine – it’s a biketopia in there! The Bike Issue: Cover Story The NOW commuter challengeBike, car or TTC – which way is really the better way? Top 10 dream lanesIf T.O.’s serious about boosting pedal power, it needs to make way for these must-do paths Trailing behindHow […]

Wenches with Wrenches – 2007 Season

The wenches are back! You WISH you WENCHED like a GIRL!2007 Season Ready to Roll! Wenches with Wrenches is an ongoing program of CBN volunteers who host bicycle repair workshops run by and for women in downtown Toronto. The idea has been to make basic bicycle repair skills accessible to women in the hope that […]

Parkdale BikeRack Sculptures Unveiling!

Some of you may remember the funky Parkdale Bikerack sculptures I took pictures of during the Smells of Toronto Ride last year… well happily, the bikerack sculpture program has been expanded! Found in the BikingToronto Mail Box this morning: Along with crocuses, roses and tulips that are emerging in gardens across Toronto, a crop of […]

Torontoist: Insane in the Bikelane

Torontoist Marc Lostracco posted a great article a couple weeks ago that I’ve been meaning to post about for awhile… about the sad state of roads and specifically bikelanes in Toronto: Probably the most staggeringly stupid allowance is how contractors tearing-up the road surface aren’t required to return it to its original state, but only […]

TheStar: Toronto BikeShare program kaput

“From the city’s perspective, it looks like it’s come to its end,” said Glenn De Baeremaeker (Ward 38, Scarborough Centre). “We tried to shake the bushes and look under rocks and try every … combination we could to assist that very worthwhile, small, non-profit group. “But the city just has nowhere it could fund it […]

NOW Magazine Town Hall – Are We Losing The Fight For A Bikeable City?

NOW Magazine is hosting a Town Hall this Wednesday evening about the sometimes seemingly impossible battle to get substantial cycling infrastructure in this city. At first, I thought the title of this event was a bit over-the-top, but when a getting a bikelane painted anywhere in this city is a struggle (rather than an ordinary […]

Photos and News from the last BikeFriday

Only 3 weeks until the next BikeFriday on April 27th! March 30th was a lot of fun… here’s some great photos and stuff of it: The Danforth & Woodbine BikePool and Grassroots Bikers Breakfast: I took a few photos on dying batteries while we were stopped at the Grassroots Bikers Breakfast at Danforth & Chester […]

Bike Lanes on Yonge Street!

I bet the title of this post got you all excited, eh? Especially after I posted about the possibility of Yonge Street losing a lane (and gaining sidewalk) a couple weeks ago… It looks like Yonge Street may be getting bikelanes, but it’s only from Front to Queens Quay. Sure, it would be nice to […]

Cyclists Public forum on Lake Ontario Park

In the BikingToronto Inbox this morning: Building on the momentum from our first meeting in February, I would like to invite you to the next round of discussion and planning about Lake Ontario Park and whatthis means to the cycling community. I encourage you all to get active and be heard, since the Toronto Waterfront […]

This Street Furniture Thing Is A Rip-Off

I posted about this last week, but thought I’d do it again because I think the City is being short-sighted and being ripped off by this whole Street Furniture thing. Above is one of the proposed bikeracks, although nothing is wrong with our iconic post-and-rings. Other things advertising companies are proposing are bus shelters (didn’t […]