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Cycling Events This Week: Feb. 22 – 28

Happy Monday everyone!  What a beautiful sunny weekend we just had… hopefully you had a chance to get outside on 2 wheels sometime to enjoy the sunshine. Here are bike-related events going on this coming week, for your schedule-planning pleasure. You can always find this info or events far into the future on the always […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Feb. 15 – 21

Happy Family Day, everyone!  Hope you’re spending time with family, whether it’s your family-family, or a family of friends! Here are the bike events going on this week. You can always find this info or events far into the future on the always updating Events page. Tuesday, Feb. 16th Community Bicycle Network Workshop – Flat […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Feb. 8 – 14

Hi everyone! It’s the second week of February… the weather is a bit colder now… pretty seasonal for winter… but gladly the roads are still clear (which means bikelanes are too!) so hopefully we’re all throwing on a couple extra layers and cycling for fun and commuting (and commuting by bike is fun!). Here’s the […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Feb. 1 – 7

Happy Monday everyone.  We’re starting February off with a bang with all the good stuff happening this week in the world of bikes.  That’s right… it may be February, but things are a-humming in Toronto’s bike world. Here’s info for the next 7 days… but you can always find this info or events far into […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Jan. 25 – 31

What’s going on this week?   Here’s your weekly rundown.  Your weekly calendar.  Your 7 day agenda.  Your… um, list of… stuff going on.  :)  You can view all events on the Events page. Monday, Jan. 25 TCAT 2010 Platform Update 6:00 – 7:30 PM Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Room 303 The Toronto Coalition for […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Jan. 18 – 24

What’s going on this week?  This is your go-to list. :)  You can view all events on the Events page. Monday, Jan. 18 Toronto Cycling Advisory Committee 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM The Toronto Cycling Committee is designed to advise City Council and its departments, agencies, boards, and commissions, on the design, development and delivery […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Dec. 7 – 13

What’s on this week: View more than the next week on the BikingToronto Events Page. 2009128 2009128 Tues, Dec 8 7pm-10pmCBN Bike Repair – Bearings and Wheels We are now offering classes in bike repair that build on our introductory (‘Flat-fix and Tune-up’) class. Registrants should be familiar and comfortable with the subject of that […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Nov. 30 – Dec. 6

What’s on this week: View more than the next week on the BikingToronto Events Page. 2009121 2009121 Tues, Dec 1 7pm-10pmCBN Bike Repair – Brakes and Gears We are now offering classes in bike repair that build on our introductory (‘Flat-fix and Tune-up’) class. Registrants should be familiar and comfortable with the subject of that […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Nov. 23 – 29

What’s on this week: View more than the next week on the BikingToronto Events Page. 20091123 20091123 Nov 23 6:30pm-8:30pmComplete Streets Update Public Meeting Streets designed for living? Where all users are not just considered but required in the design and redesign of our streets? That’s what we’re calling for with the Complete Streets Campaign! […]


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Cycling Events This Week: Nov. 16 – 22

What’s on this week: View more than the next week on the BikingToronto Events Page. 20091116 20091116 Mon, Nov 16 6pm-7:30pmHelp Shape TCAT’s Platform TCAT welcomes all supporters and friends to attend a short evening of discussion and consultation to join us in shaping TCAT’s Platform for 2010. http://bikingtoronto.com/forum/topic.php?id=460&replies=1#post-1640 20091118 20091118 Wed, Nov 18 10amTBN’s […]


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