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Bicycle Film Fest Starts This Wednesday

The Toronto edition of the 2007 Bicycle Film Festival is starting this week: TORONTO FESTIVAL PASSES AVAILABLE ONLINE (LIMITED QUANTITY)!!! All Film screenings at … [Read more...]

Cyclist Hit by Mississauga Transit Bus Dies from his Injuries

Sad news out of Mississauga over the weekend...The cyclist that I reported had been hit by a Mississauga Transit bus last week has died from his injuries:The 26-year-old victim was hit at an … [Read more...]

Photos from the Charlie Princep Memorial Ride

While I couldn't make it on friday, by all accounts it was a well attended ride with minimal aggression from car drivers. The route went through the quite streets of the Cabbagetown neighbourhood … [Read more...]

Two Weeks Until BikeFriday on August 31st!

BikeFriday started a year ago in August 2006. This month it's on the 31st. Are you ready?Here's what is going on:BikePools / Group CommutesThe concept is simple - let's meet up in groups and ride to … [Read more...]

Cyclist Struck by Mississauga Transit Bus

There's a Memorial Bike Ride tonight for Charlie Princep, and now a cyclist has been seriously hurt by a Mississauga Transit Bus:A cyclist has been rushed to Sunnybrook Hospital with serious injuries … [Read more...]

Charlie Princep Memorial Bike Ride Reminder and Globe Article

Just a reminder that the Memorial Ride for Charlie Princep goes tonight at 6 PM at Jet Fuel Coffee at 519 Parliament (at Winchester, just north of Carlton in Cabbagetown).The Globe and Mail also has a … [Read more...]

How Road Design Can Kill You

Darren over on I Bike T.O. posted a great post about the tragic circumstances around the cyclist fatality that happened on the bridge on Leslie Street that spans the 401. The road is of course busy … [Read more...]

Spacing: Vancouver’s Bike Infrastructure

Matt Blankett posted today about Vancouver's bike infrastructure, a great post that pointed out some easy things Toronto could be doing to make cyclists feel more valuable on our streets:Vancouver … [Read more...]

TreeHugger Honours Charlie Princep

A bit of "blogosphere" news for you today... the excellent weblog TreeHugger picked up on the Charlie Princep tragedy yesterday:He was hit by a drunk driver that veered onto the paved shoulder in … [Read more...]

Riding the BikeTrain with Dodgeville

I'm a little late posting this, but I have to catch up on all the cool stuff I missed when I was on vacation.Val over at Dodgeville has a great post up about riding the BikeTrain to Niagara, if anyone … [Read more...]

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