Archive For The “bike parking” Category

Yonge and Gerrard trees protected from bikes now

By | January 22, 2014

Absolutely nothing about installing more actual bikeposts in the area so the people wouldn’t HAVE to lock to trees.  It’s treating the symptom, not the cause. On Nov. 21 we reported that recently planted street trees on the west side of Yonge, north of Gerrard St., had been co-opted by cyclists to lock up their [...]

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Lack of Bike Parking on Yonge means bikes hurting newly planted trees

By | November 21, 2013

Here’s an idea – provide more bike parking – then people wouldn’t be forced to lock to trees.  Yes, there are bike posts on Yonge south of College, but they are often filled up. The damage wasn’t as bad as the reader said, but a lot of bark on the trunks of some trees had [...]

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New on Richmond: Stone Canoe Bike Rack

By | November 2, 2013

Awesome video about the new canoe-shaped bikerack on Richmond St.: Stone Canoe commissioned a half-ton piece of artwork geared to give cyclists in the area a beautiful place to park their bicycles. The bike rack, reminiscent of a stone canoe, has been installed on the northwest corner of Walnut Ave. and Richmond St. West. The [...]

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New on Richmond: Stone Canoe Bike Rack

By | November 2, 2013

Awesome video about the new canoe-shaped bikerack on Richmond St.: Stone Canoe commissioned a half-ton piece of artwork geared to give cyclists in the area a beautiful place to park their bicycles. The bike rack, reminiscent of a stone canoe, has been installed on the northwest corner of Walnut Ave. and Richmond St. West. The [...]

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The News Cycle for Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011

By | November 29, 2011

  Advertising good, bikes bad [Dodgeville] Enough has been written about these stupid info pillars elsewhere that I won’t bore you with another diatribe against their design or the questionable process that resulted in the city being saddled with them in the first place. This one is in front of Carrot Common on Danforth and in [...]

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