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NEWS: City begins removing abandoned bikes from Toronto sidewalks


There are ALWAYS stories of city workers taking away bikes that clearly are not abandoned, so if you regularly park your bike outside on a public ring-and-post, take precautions. If your bike … [Read more...]

NEWS: Female cyclists have lower hospitalization rates, plus helmets make no difference 


If you click through to the actual study, you'll read some interesting things that anyone with a brain already knows: ▪ We found that females had lower bicycling hospitalisation rates than males in … [Read more...]

NEWS: Witnesses sought after cyclist struck in Don Mills


Toronto police are looking for witnesses after a cyclist was struck in the Don Mills area on Sunday night. The man, believed to be in his 20s, was hit near Don Mills Road and Lawrence Avenue East … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: The Math Behind Minimum Grid


Minimum Grid calls for 100 km of bike boulevards on residential streets and 100 km of protected lanes on main roads. The combination of coverage in both residential neighbourhoods and high-traffic … [Read more...]

NEWS: Cyclist dead following collision in Etobicoke


A male cyclist is dead after two collisions near Woodbine Racetrack in Etobicoke at about 6 p.m. on Tuesday. The man was struck and thrown off his bike by the first vehicle, and then hit by a … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Toronto cross-town bike lane could be a game-changer


The Suzuki Foundation supports bikelanes on Bloor and Danforth! Toronto already has lanes on shorter streets, such as Adelaide in the downtown core, and they're proving very popular. Since bike lanes … [Read more...]

NEWS: Cyclist struck and killed in Brampton was father of 2


Peel Regional Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle believed to have struck and killed a cyclist in Brampton early Thursday morning. More: Cyclist struck and killed in Brampton was father … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Harbord gets a Halloween themed bike lane


Those who had the good fortune of commuting into work today via Harbord St. (heading east) were treated to one of the cuter bike lane installations we've seen in a while. DIY Halloween-themed bollards … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Bicycle Signals on the Beltline!


First they put curb cuts on the Beltline trail... now bicycle signals that look like bicycles! A small, but nonetheless exciting step forward for our bicycle signals - the new Avenue Road location is … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Bike lanes and paths easier to build under new Ontario rules


Toronto will be able to build bike lanes in less time for less money thanks to new provincial rules, says the city's manager of cycling infrastructure and programs. Toronto will no longer do … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Queens Quay trail attracts nearly 600 cyclists an hour


Bike traffic is up — way up — on the redesigned portion of Queens Quay that includes an extension of the Martin Goodman Trail on the south side of the street.Despite some initial confusion about how … [Read more...]

WTF: Driver runs down cyclist who allegedly slapped him


The video appears to show the cyclist slapping the male pedestrian, causing something to fall on the ground. The cyclist continued east on College Street toward Markham Street. The pedestrian got … [Read more...]