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EVENT: Cycle Toronto Ward 21 Group Meeting


Monday, April 28, 2014 – 19:0021:00

Do you cycle and live in Ward 21?
Come join us! We will discuss cycling issues relevant to our city and our ward.

Loblaw's Forest Hill

Mezzanine level

Toronto, ON


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Cycle Toronto Ward 21 Group

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This event originally posted on Cycle Toronto‘s BikeEvents.TO calendar. BikingToronto has partnered with Cycle Toronto to help get the word out about news and events.

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EVENT: Sun, Apr. 27 – Cycle Toronto Ward 21 Group at Environment Day

Date: Sunday, April 27, 2014 – 10:0014:00

Environment Days are a great way to reach out to other residents about cycling issues!

Our Cycle Toronto Ward 21 group will be at the Ward 21 “Environment Day” on Sunday April 27th between 10am-2pm with a table and information. It will take place at Artscape Wychwood Barns (76 WYCHWOOD AVE TORONTO ON M6G 2X7).

If you are interested in volunteering to “person” our table, the following shifts are available:
10am-12pm (arrive a bit early for set up)
12pm-2pm (leave a bit late for clean up)
Please email Hanna to sign up for a volunteer shift.

OR just come by and say “hi”!

Artscape Wychwood Barns


Toronto, ON

Contact Info

Cycle Toronto Ward 21 Group

Contact name:



This event originally posted on Cycle Toronto‘s BikeEvents.TO calendar. BikingToronto has partnered with them to help get the word out about news and events.

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Ward 21 Cyclist Meet-Up Tonight

Via the Bike Union:

A quick reminder:

The Toronto Cyclists Union – Ward 21 Chapter will be having a group check in and social on Wednesday, September 14. It will take place at Dave’s (730 St. Clair Ave. W, 1 block west of Christie) from 7:00pm~9:00pm. This will be a perfect opportunity to meet fellow cyclists in the neighbourhood, find out about key cycling related issues happening in Toronto and provide input on challenges or opportunities.

If you have any questions please feel free to send us an e-mail.

Toronto Cyclists Union – Ward 21 Chapter
Co-Captains: Hanna Caplan & Benedict San Juan

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Two Ward 21 Events This Coming Sunday

Two great events are coming up this Sunday in Ward 21!
Bike Rodeo Festival – Sunday June 26th 1-3pm – Artscape Wychwood Barns
  • Children ages 8-13 can take part in fun stations to learn cycling safety skills
  • Bike-part mobile making and bike decorating for siblings and participants will also be offered
  • The event is free and will take place rain or shine
  • Volunteer assistance is still needed to run the event (and help set up and clean up).  If you can volunteer, please contact Beth at Concillor Mihevc’s community office: 416-392-7460.
Ward 21 Check-Up Bike Ride – Sunday June 26th 4:30-6pm – Meet at Christie & Benson
Toronto Cyclists Union Ward Captains from around Toronto will be hosting an audit ride of their wards to assess the challenges, limitations, and opportunities we face while cycling along the roads and paths in our wards.
  • Everyone is welcome to attend
  • The ride will start and finish at the north-west corner of the Wychwood Barns (Christie & Benson). Route map and additional information can be emailed upon request.
  • We will end our ride at a local ice-cream shop!
  • Please RSVP to ward21@bikeunion.to to confirm your attendance. The first person to RSVP will get a free ice cream! ;)
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Toronto’s First Sharrows in Ward 21?

You may remember our post about the meeting for new bikelanes in Ward 21 (Joe Mihevc‘s stomping ground) a couple weeks ago…

(map courtesy of biketoronto.ca)

Well, you’ll be happy to know that Inside Toronto is reporting that it was well attended and supportive of cycling infrastructure in Ward 21:

“I think it would be fair to say there was strong support for increasing bike networks in our ward,” said Mihevc.

The city recently approved $3 million in its 2007 budget for the expansion of the city’s bicycle network.

The plan involves not just dedicated bicycles lanes but “sharrows” which are lanes designated for use by cyclists and drivers alike.

“It will be painted with chevrons and bicycle stamps designating to cyclists and drivers that this lane should be shared,” said Mihevc. “This has worked well in other cities. It gives motorist a sense they have to share it and cyclists a sense that it is their road too.”

The bikelanes and sharrows could be implemented as early as this summer.

Inside Toronto | BikeToronto.ca article

(Cross-posted to I Bike T.O.)

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