Posts Filed Under: Bikes
New federal money for TTC planning studies, accessibility, bike lanes, and the Railpath deserves our attention.
Everyone pays for the road.
Everything bike-related that you could want.
Improved bike parking is a priority for councillors—even in Toronto's suburbs.
New bike lane pilot projects, apps to propose new routes, and more.
A lot happens in the course of a workweek. Here's a look back at the top stories from the past five days that you might have missed, or might care to revisit.
A showcase of the coolest bicycles no one in their right mind should ever try to ride.
But polls have said such things before—and it's never going to happen.
Abandoned bikes will soon be removed from streets and sidewalks.
What animals probably do when we aren't looking.
The bike-advocacy group says Bixi Toronto needs some municipal investment to help it thrive.
If you've had your bike locked up in the same on-street location for a while, now might be a good time to move it.
The Community Bicycle Network doesn't just fix up your bike, it teaches you to do the fixing yourself.
The Ministry of Transportation is updating its cycling outlook for the first time in two decades, but the changes aren't exactly sweeping.
A cycling mishap at Spadina Station.
In a Kensington Market laneway, a fledgling business is making bike frames out of some unusual materials.
Art Spin, a summer-long series of bike-friendly gallery crawls, has grown into an event large enough to rival Critical Mass. We joined them on their last tour of 2011.