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Who won at the Toronto Bike Awards?

Toronto Bike Awards

Dandyhorse Magazine has a write-up of all the winners from Tuesday night.  Congrats to all!

A large and enthusiastic crowd came out to the Gladstone Hotel Ballroom on the evening of November 26 for the 2013 Toronto Bike Awards.

The awards honoured individuals and organizations from both business and the community who have shown leadership in making Toronto a better place for cycling.

The ceremony was co-hosted by Jared Kolb, Executive Director of Cycle Toronto, and Tonya Surman, CEO of the Centre for Social Innovation. It is originally an initiative of the City of Toronto.

Full article:  Winners from Toronto Bike Awards 2013 | dandyhorse magazine.

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EVENT REMINDER: Tues, Nov. 26 – Toronto Bike Awards

Glad to see Cycle Toronto hosting this again. They do a good job. RSVP on facebook here.

Cycle Toronto and the City of Toronto are pleased to bring you the 2013 Toronto Bike Awards, supported by Daniels Corporation. The Bike Awards honours the people and organizations that show leadership in making our city a better place to bike! 

This years event will take place on Tuesday November 26 in the Gladstone Hotel Ballroom. There will be live performances by Dirty Church and Paula Perri, VeloReel short films, and a silent auction. Well have a BIXI station onsite for the evening and Bike Valet powered by ING DIRECT!

More details: Toronto Bike Awards | Cycle Toronto.

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EVENT: Tues, Nov. 26 – Toronto Bike Awards

Glad to see Cycle Toronto is organizing this again.

Date: Tues, Nov. 26

Time: 7-11pm

Where: Gladstone Hotel

Address: 1214 Queen West (map)

A night to honour the people and organizations that show leadership in making our city a better place to bike. Join us for a celebration of all things cycling. All proceeds from the evening will go to support Cycle Toronto’s work.

Website: http://cycleto.ca/toronto-bike-awards

Facebook Event Listing: Toronto Bike Awards.

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EVENT: Tues, Nov. 26 – Toronto Bike Awards

The Toronto Bike Awards is an annual celebration which invites the community to honour individuals, businesses and organizations that demonstrate leadership in encouraging cycling in our city.

This year’s event will take place on November 13 at the Gladstone Hotel and will be presented by the City of Toronto and Cycle Toronto. All proceeds from the evening will go to support Cycle Toronto’s work.

The City of Toronto will present Bicycle Friendly Business Awards for the following categories:

  • Best Bike Parking
  • Bicycle Commute
  • Bicycle Friendly Suburban Business
  • Best Small Business
  • Best Large Business
  • Best Skills Development
  • Best Overall

Nominations are now open. If your organization or a business you know is doing great work in cycling, nominate them for an award here.

Event Listing: Toronto Bike Awards | Cycle Toronto.

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Reminder! The Toronto Bike Awards are on Monday!

The Toronto Bike Awards are this coming Monday (Sept. 26) at the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen West)

The Toronto Bike Awards consist of the City of Toronto giving out Bicycle Friendly Business Awards (BFBA) and some bike groups will give out their own awards.

Also, please note that the Toronto Cyclists Union is providing their Bike Valet service, so you don’t have to worry about finding a place to park or about your two-wheeled steed getting stolen. :)

More about the BFBAs:

The Bicycle Friendly Business Awards are given out every year to businesses and organizations across Toronto who are making an effort to encourage their clients and employees to cycle. Previous award winners have proven their commitment to cycling through a variety of initiatives such as providing secure bike parking, shower and change facilities, and offering economic incentives for employees who cycle to work.

The awards recognize that the more people ride their bikes, the more we will notice a reduction in traffic congestion and pollution, making Toronto a greener and healthier place to live, work, and play.

And here are the winners from the last BFBAs (in 2009)

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