Archive For The “commuting” Category

Crowd at Castle Frank

By | April 13, 2011

Great groups of cyclists slowed my way to work today, and I am TOTALLY okay with that. Saw over 100 other cyclists on my way to work today. I love crowds of cyclists!

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Bay St. on St. Patricks Day

By | March 17, 2011

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 […]

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2011 Counting

By | March 17, 2011

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 […]

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A Foggy, Misty Morning

By | March 16, 2011

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 […]

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Minor Differences

By | January 21, 2011

From the always hilarious The Oatmeal.

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Still Lots of Morning Commuters

By | November 17, 2010

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 […]

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Cold, but Beautiful

By | November 4, 2010

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:

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My Commute: Grateful for Shade

By | September 24, 2010

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 […]

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Count: Breaking 200!

By | June 1, 2010

I’ve been a bad blogger here on Joe Bikes… preppin’ for a new baby will do that I guess. My focus has been on the main blog and the new BikeMonth section. Above is the raw data of my cyclist counts… today was the first day I saw over 200 cyclists (222) it obviously fluctuates […]

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Counting Cyclists – Chartopalooza

By | April 30, 2010

It’s the end of April, so I decided to make a few charts. Everyone loves charts. First is the daily numbers and commuting temperatures: Next… I tracked the numbers based on what time I left the house (my start times vary at times)… you can see general increases as time goes on (and weather gets […]

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