Posts Filed Under: cycling
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.
Ever wondered how Toronto bike thieves do what they do? This video has answers.
A cycling-advocacy group installed a memorial for a cyclist who died after catching his wheel in a streetcar track.
Study includes recommendations to improve cycling conditions in the province.
For a second year, cyclists take to Jarvis street to protest the planned removal of its bike lane.
Cycle Toronto cried foul, then hastily retracted its claim that Mayor Ford wants the lanes gone.
The Toronto Cyclists Union's members will vote on dropping the "Union" from the group's name.
Stenciled bike posts where real ones were once installed—removed by Astral Media to make way for information pillars.
The third annual Blessing of the Bicycles married religion, environmentalism, and free bike maintenance.
Urban Repair Squad strikes again, with a never-ending bike lane as part of an AGO exhibit.
If you drive, and like Jarvis Street the way it is, Dave Meslin wants to hear from you.
At this year's Toronto International Bike Show, attendees spent big bucks on nice rides.
Friday is your last opportunity to tell the City what you think of its new bike-trail plans.
Studs on ice! Fearless riders took to the rink at Dufferin Grove this weekend, for the annual Ice Bike Races.
New campaign promotes a brand of bikes called Ghost, but also inadvertently evokes ghost bike memorials.
Monday's "Coldest Day of the Year Ride" was neither very cold nor very long, but it was fairly well attended.