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The bike-advocacy group says Bixi Toronto needs some municipal investment to help it thrive.
The City of Toronto may need to restructure its loan guarantee with the bike-sharing program, which is currently having difficulties covering its costs.
After a long, harsh winter, Toronto's bike polo scene returns to the city's parks.
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 $1.2 million project has been in limbo since 2011.
The Community Bicycle Network doesn't just fix up your bike, it teaches you to do the fixing yourself.
As part of the City's new push to gather public input on the future of Toronto's transit network, some Scarberians had their say.
How was the city's cycling infrastructure evolving 40 years ago?
The Ministry of Transportation is updating its cycling outlook for the first time in two decades, but the changes aren't exactly sweeping.
Nominated for: making Toronto more angry, more congested, and less safe.
Construction hoarding takes a Bixi station captive.
Protests managed to slow the removal, but it's still happening.
Arts and culture writer Steve Fisher explains why he sat down in the middle of a bike lane to protest its removal.
Power scrubbing to resume tomorrow after sit-in halts a work crew today.
Cyclists protested the impending removal of the Jarvis Street bike lanes with a special zombified edition of the monthly Critical Mass bike ride.
Today BIXI celebrates its one millionth ride in Toronto. What's next for the successful bike-sharing program?
New cycling infrastructure, new problems.
A group of passionate bike couriers, friends, and family say they refuse to be spun by Michael Bryant's PR power.