In case you haven’t seen it yet – a great video from Amsterdam. There’s no valid reason downtown Toronto can’t be like this. Let’s work on it? via: Urban Planet: Bicycle Anecdotes from Amsterdam | Spacing National.
Both Toronto and Montreal have made progress towards creating a connected network of bike lanes, yet each has taken a different approach. In the 1980s, Montreal became one of the earliest cities in Canada to install segregated on-street cycling infrastructure, whereas Toronto started to install the majority of its on-street painted bike lanes in early [...]
On Friday morning I propped my phone up on the rear rack of my bike and captured 16 minutes of morning bike commuters streaming westbound over the Prince Edward Viaduct. If you or someone you know traversed the Viaduct between 8:43 and 8:59 AM on Friday, you’re in this video. The Viaduct is one of [...]
Tomorrow (Sat, June 23, 2012) is our latest Sweet Ride, and this one has a Frozen Yogurt theme (it’s hot out there!). Come on out for good bike riding and great frozen yogurt eating (and awesome people to do both with). START When: 1pm Where: Menchie’s (Annex location) 511 Bloor Street West 2nd DESTINATION Where: Gurt’s 283 [...]
This past Saturday was Toronto’s first Tweed Ride. It was immensely successful (we estimated about 200 people showed up) and this will be an annual event. We kept hearing again and again how much fun everyone had and how they can’t wait until next fall when we do it all again (and hopefully bigger and [...]
The 2011 inaugural ArtSpin was held last Thursday on a glorious summer evening. After a quick rider’s meeting we left Trinity Bellwoods and took to the streets in Critical Mass style (but happier and a bit less political). The tour had six stops which included visits to Birch Libralato, Diaz Contemporary and Walnut Studios. There [...]
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