Posts Filed Under: cycling
It's not that bad, if you prepare for it.
Toronto's cyclists memorialize Carla Maria Warrilow.
The City is holding some last-chance public consultations on Eglinton Avenue's post-LRT future.
Talking about beefing up protections for cyclists is helpful. But the time for talk is over.
How about putting bikes above traffic, rather than in the middle of it?
A new Japanese underground bike parking system is safe, dry, and automated.
A group of local residents is proposing one major Pan Am legacy project: a multi-use trail that would link Toronto neighbourhoods, and connect up some currently fragmented trails into a continuous path throughout the city.
History buffs mounted their bikes and explored one of Toronto's most significant archaeological sites.
Two new bridges along the Don Valley bicycle trail are slated to open on June 1.
To kick off Toronto Bike Month, here's a sampling of Victorian and Edwardian bike advertising, taken from Toronto newspapers.
Mayor thinks we should give up on the bike-sharing program.
The annual Blessing of the Bicycles is as much about community as it is about religion.
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.