Author Archives: Joe T.
I’m trying to get into the habit of taking a photo every day of something bikey … right now it’s with my old phone with not very good photo capabilities – but something is better than nothing, right? Today, I snapped a photo of Bay St, looking south from Wellesley. This has been an ever-changing [...]
In 2010, for a couple months, I did very unscientific counts of cyclists on my way in to work every morning. If a bike was being used, and I saw it, I counted it. I also made notes about what time I left home, what the temperature was, and what the weather was like. I [...]
One of my favourite parts of the internet is the animated radar map on theweathernetwork.com. The forecast can be for rain, but checking the radar, you can see if it’s a ton of rain or just intermittent rain – and perhaps plan your commute accordingly. I ride in the rain a lot, but most often [...]
[via BikeHugger] I personally don’t have an iPhone (am considering one, but am considering an Android based phone too…), but know a few people who would LOVE this handlebar addition. From BioLogic… who have lots of other cool products too! If you’re more of a Coffee addict than an Apple addict, check out this cool [...]
Oh, it’s unnatural how much I laughed at this:
Yesterday morning I snapped a quick pic of a part of a group of 6 morning bike commuters I was in as we headed west on Bloor East at around 8 am… temperature hovering around the freezing point. You can see we’re on the bridge over Rosedale Valley Road. It’s great seeing lots of bikes [...]
The mornings may be cold these days, but it’s beautiful riding to work under the last of the fall foliage. Here’s the view shortly after I leave home on my way downtown. A sidestreet north of the Danforth, near Woodbine:
via BikeManDan, via Married To The Sea.
A few months ago, I posted about one of my favourite views on my commute home from work everyday… the view east along Wellesley – it’s urban, diverse and lively. I’d now like to share a part of my morning commute with you… a part that I was very grateful for during the heat of [...]