Archive For The “Curbside Cycle” Category

The Tweed Ride Toronto Press Release and Photos!

By | September 13, 2011

You may have already gleaned this from past entries, but for the past few months, BikingToronto has been working with Bikes without Borders to bring Toronto a Tweed Ride on Sat, Oct. 15! Here is our press release, as well as some fabulous photos of dapper Mayor Miller (yes, it’s still appropriate to call him [...]

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Photo: Don Cherry’s Pink Pashley Bike from Curbside

By | December 12, 2010

After Don Cherry’s weird and ranty “Pinko” comments at City Hall last week, Curbside Cycle decided to give him a pretty pink bike.  We’ve found a photo for you: [Photo from West Annex News] Also, Curbside wants to custom paint the fenders for Don, and wants you to help pick the design: Help us choose [...]

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Curbside Cycle wants to give Don Cherry a Pink Bike

By | December 11, 2010

There’s a lot of great stuff coming out of this whole Don Cherry / Rob Ford / Pinko thing.  The shirts we made (which are proving *very* popular!), the buttons Spacing is producing are seemingly just the beginning. Curbside Cycle is giving Don Cherry the opportunity to *literally* back-pedal by giving him him a custom [...]

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  1. Photo: Don Cherry’s Pink Pashley Bike from Curbside
  2. Don Cherry insults Cyclists as Rob Ford Sworn in as Mayor
  3. Curbside Cycle Inspires "Cashmere Commuting"

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Toronto’s Curbside Cycle to Give Don Cherry a Custom Bicycle

By | December 10, 2010

Via Curbside Cycle blog: Dear Don Cherry, We at Curbside Cycle are hoping you will lend an ear, an eye and an open mind. Long ago American diplomats to China used to judge the prosperity of that country by the amount of cars on the road. Today, any city driver knows that the original ideals [...]

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  1. Curbside and Toronto Cyclists Union Event – Friday November 6, 2009 at AnnexLive
  2. Biomega Commercial By Cycle Chic’s Mikael Colville-Andersen
  3. 416cyclestyle Toronto Cycle Chic Search – Spring Moments

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Don’t Call it a Girl’s Bike

By | September 21, 2010

Just because your bicycle has a sloping top tube doesn’t mean you have to call it a “girl’s bike.” That slope can make it easier to cycle modestly while wearing a dress, sure, but it also comes in handy once you start carrying any sort of cargo on your bicycle. Adding cargo adds weight to [...]

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  1. Social Cycling: Go Green, Go Dutch, Go Bike! Toronto 2010
  2. Bixi Gets the Janet Bike Girl Treatment
  3. Cruisers, Cargo bikes, Handmades and More – The Toronto International Bicycle Show

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