Patrick Metzger Oct. 21st, 4:01 pm
Cyclists got tweeded up and went on a "gentle" ride—all for a good cause.
Sarah Sweet • Photos by Heather LewisSep. 22nd, 2:35 pm
A new elevated bike path is part of the city's goal to become the “best bicycle city” in the world.
Peter Goffin Sep. 3rd, 1:00 pm
Dooring incidents appear to be down—but that doesn't necessarily mean streets are safer for cyclists.
Sarah Sweet Aug. 14th, 10:45 am
The Beaches-East York representative is prepared to take her fight for physical barriers to city council.
Graeme Bayliss Aug. 8th, 10:19 am
A showcase of the coolest bicycles no one in their right mind should ever try to ride.
Michael Fraiman Jul. 28th, 1:18 pm
How improving infrastructure for drivers, walkers, and cyclists can make our streets more pedestrian-friendly.
Olivia Chow (guest contributor) Jul. 25th, 12:35 pm
Commuters in France will earn 25 cents per km for cycling to work. Here's why that should happen in Toronto, too.
Peter Goffin Jun. 10th, 9:00 am
Community groups develop set of proposals to improve walking, cycling, and transit—and they want council candidates on board.
Sarah Sweet Jun. 3rd, 1:15 pm
...as long as they don't get in the way of people "getting around."
Sarah Sweet May. 14th, 2:20 pm
But polls have said such things before—and it's never going to happen.
David Hains May. 7th, 4:25 pm
Toronto bikes get their spiritual spring tune-up.
Sarah Sweet • Photos by Corbin SmithApr. 28th, 10:00 am
The investment will help create a cycling infrastructure across the province.
Megan Marrelli Apr. 15th, 12:15 pm
Toronto had its worst year for traffic fatalities in nearly a decade—especially for pedestrians—and nobody's quite sure why.
David Hains Jan. 16th, 9:00 am
Nominated for: predictable, avoidable tragedies.
Todd Aalgaard • Illustration by Jeremy KaiDec. 31st, 3:56 am
We find out how two wheels can help keep Torontonians healthier.
Kaitlyn Kochany Dec. 18th, 9:00 am
Parts of the Bloor East bike lanes are going green.
Steve Kupferman Dec. 5th, 10:00 am
Biking against traffic is now legal—at least, on this one street.
Steve Kupferman • Photos by Corbin SmithNov. 22nd, 2:00 pm
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