Archive For The “commute” Category

dandycommute series: Sunnybrook to Parkdale

By | November 7, 2012

Dandyhorse Magazine starts a “dandycommute” series of posts: This is the first in a series about commuting by bike to work. In this first dandyBLOG post about commuting by bike to work, I say goodbye to summer and hello to multimodal commuting methods on my new super (long) commute. This series will continue with more photos [...]

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dandycommute series: Sunnybrook to Parkdale

By | November 7, 2012

Dandyhorse Magazine starts a “dandycommute” series of posts: This is the first in a series about commuting by bike to work. In this first dandyBLOG post about commuting by bike to work, I say goodbye to summer and hello to multimodal commuting methods on my new super (long) commute. This series will continue with more photos [...]

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4 year old Max’s morning commute

By | May 14, 2011

At any age, commuting by bicycle is the best!

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Recent Upgrade to Nexus Redline 8-Speed Hub

By | November 8, 2010

By the spring of 2009 I had given up my car and believed that it was simply going to take me 2 hours, each way, to get to work and back by transit. To me, there was no other way. When I purchased a Marin Hamilton 29er I thought I’d found a simple, sturdy bike [...]

Related posts:

  1. Happy New Year 2010
  2. Commuter Bicycle Review: Marin Hamilton 29er
  3. By Bike or Bus: My North Toronto Commute

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Bike Lanes, Streetcars, Cab Stands… Still Plenty of Room to Bike to Work

By | November 3, 2010

Looks like there’s plenty of room on Toronto roads for bicycles… sorry to say random nobody writing in the Globe and Mail… Via dave’s blog Related posts:Sharrows, Bike Lanes and Shared Space on the Streets of Toronto Covet: Wax Jacket and Bike to Work Pants from San Fran’s Betabrand Anonymous Sign Maker Points to Benefits [...]

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  1. Sharrows, Bike Lanes and Shared Space on the Streets of Toronto
  2. Covet: Wax Jacket and Bike to Work Pants from San Fran’s Betabrand
  3. Anonymous Sign Maker Points to Benefits of Bike Lanes on Jarvis

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On The Blogs: The Changing NYC Bike Commute

By | October 24, 2010

Duncan looks at the changing New York City bike commute on his City Rides blog: Only a small percentage of the ride is along streets with sharrows and, notice too, that NYC DOT isn’t trying to squeeze one size fits all cycling infrastructure onto a wide variety of streets… Real cycling infrastructure influences real change. [...]

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  1. On The Blogs: Four Women’s Cycling Jackets
  2. On The Blogs: Evergreen Brickworks Cycling Infrastructure
  3. On The Blogs: What are Bike Boxes?

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The Changing Face of the NYC Commute

By | October 18, 2010

11 miles is just shy of 18 kms and a fairly long commute. Yet, because of constant development and political support for cycling infrastructure 90% of this journey includes streets featuring some form of cycling infrastructure. Notice that only a small percentage of the ride is along streets with sharrows and, notice too, that NYC [...]

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  1. Scenes from Toronto’s Group Commute – May 31, 2010
  2. The Challenge of Bixi Thriving in Today’s Toronto
  3. London Invests £111 Million in Cycling Infrastructure

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Beater Bike Re-Review

By | June 28, 2010

A re-review of the Beater Bike

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