Check Out the New Products in the BikingToronto Shop

I Bike T.O. HoodieI Bike T.O. Baseball Shirt

The BikingToronto Shop has just been updated with new shirts for men, women, children and babies.

The profits from all purchases go to Toronto cycling-related charities.

Visit the shop here: BikingToronto Shop
Learn more about, the charitable arm of BikingToronto, here.

I Bike T.O. Kids ShirtI Bike T.O. Women's V-neck

(Click on any of the images here to learn more about each product)

This sure would look good on your bike…

I Bike T.O. Sticker 1.5 inch circle black

I know you bike T.O. and you know that you bike T.O., so then why do so many councilors claim that no one in their wards bicycles?

Using Joe’s design, I’ve created a few hundred 1.5″ round stickers with the I Bike T.O. logo and I’ll be handing them out all summer. Because, if the mere sight of a million or more bicycle in Toronto doesn’t convince people that we do bike Toronto, maybe a sticker declaring it will help!

Follow me on Twitter and find out what events I’ll be attending, stickers always in hand.

Or send an e-mail to duncan [dot] bikingtoronto [at] gmail [dot] com and I’ll get some to you.

And, you can also let everyone know that you bike T.O. by purchasing an I Bike T.O. t-shirt from the BikingToronto Store. 100% of profits go to charities that keep Toronto moving.

I Bike T.O. circle sticker on frame

Tell the World, "I Bike T.O."

I Bike T.O. T-shirt
Do you commute daily to work by bicycle in Toronto? Do you ride the Don Valley trails with your family on the weekends? Do you love your bicycle and biking the streets of Toronto? And, are you looking for a way to support cycling initiatives in Toronto? is the charitable arm of BikingToronto, founded by Joe Travers. 100% of the proceeds from t-shirt and button sales, as well as a portion of the advertising revenue generated on, are donated to cycling-related charities in Toronto through the BikingToronto Fund.

Charities benefitting from the BikingToronto Fund are:

* Bikes without Borders
Bikes Without Borders serves marginalized communities in both the developing and developed worlds where bikes and bike-related solutions can have a significant, positive impact on community development.

* Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation
The Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT) was formed in 2006 to give a unified voice to the many groups working for a better cycling and pedestrian environment in Toronto. The TCAT plan for active transportation emerged out of consultation with environmental, health and transportation groups from across Toronto. The result is a practical yet visionary plan for how Toronto City Council can make active transportation a central part of transportation planning.

* TrailBlazers Tandem Cycling Club
The TrailBlazers Tandem Cycling Club provides people who have limited or no vision the opportunity to experience cycling with our sighted volunteers, using tandems.

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