Hey everyone, back with another quick video postcard about Ottawa bike infrastructure. This one is about separated bikelanes on Laurier Ave that run the length of downtown Ottawa. They are made simply and cheaply, but very effectively. If you missed yesterday’s video post, it was about dedicated lanes for bikes and transit on the Mackenzie […]
I’m good friends with Michelle Johnston, the founder of Working Well, which aims to create healthy workplace cultures. She has started a series of Bike Safety How-To Videos on the Working Well YouTube Channel. The first video was on ensuring your helmet is fitting properly. Here’s the second – 3 great reasons to wear cycling gloves.
From the Big Apple, but totally appropriate here in Toronto too. Sharing the road isn’t just for cars. It’s for cyclists too. Blowing through reds isn’t only like giving a finger to other road users (drivers, pedestrians, other cyclists) but puts pedestrians in danger. Slow down. This isn’t the Tour de France. Stop and take […]
I’m good friends with Michelle Johnston, the founder of Working Well, which aims to create healthy workplace cultures. She has started a series of Bike Safety How-To Videos on the Working Well YouTube Channel. Here’s the first, on ensuring your helmet is fitting properly. Stay tuned for more videos from Michelle, and perhaps even a […]
What happens on the empty closed-down streets of Los Angeles before the L.A. Marathon? Magic. #CrashTheCrash – YouTube.
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 […]