Posts Filed Under: cycling
Sometimes naming your bike isn't enough.
At the height of the city's Victorian-era love affair with cycling, a record was broken at a local club's annual competition.
We looked at the status of the long-awaited Annex bike lanes, which could see a pilot project begin in 2016.
An idea that started in Norway is hitting the open market. Should Toronto buy in?
Developers map out the world's most popular spots for walking, jogging, and cycling—and reveal where in this city Torontonians like, and don't like, to get outside and get active.
On advocacy, riding in winter, and building a city-wide cycling network.
Funding will cover the program's operating costs for the next two years.
The new mayor wants to make road closures less onerous on drivers by speeding up construction projects and enforcing "no stopping" rules more effectively.
How one local non-profit is helping create a new generation of cyclists in Toronto.
Police and City launch safety campaigns at what is often the deadliest time of year for walking.
How the Eco Cycle storage system is keeping bikes safe and sidewalks clear in cities across the country.
Cyclists got tweeded up and went on a "gentle" ride—all for a good cause.
A new elevated bike path is part of the city's goal to become the “best bicycle city” in the world.
Dooring incidents appear to be down—but that doesn't necessarily mean streets are safer for cyclists.
The Beaches-East York representative is prepared to take her fight for physical barriers to city council.
A showcase of the coolest bicycles no one in their right mind should ever try to ride.
How improving infrastructure for drivers, walkers, and cyclists can make our streets more pedestrian-friendly.