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Olivia Bednar

Here's where to buy a used or vintage bicycle in Toronto. Read more


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Esther Shiner Blvd. is a good place to start if you want to understand the planning by process of elimination at City Hall that amounts to serving left-overs to cyclists – it's no way to create a coherent bike network Read more


From street fairs and street protests to art shows and concerts, these are the best events happening outdoors in April and May Read more

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As thefts from apartments and condos surpass street thefts, many Toronto buildings still refuse to allow residents to store bikes in units or on balconies Read more

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I had been struck by another cyclist, a pedestrian and, finally, a car. Enough was enough. Read more


From suburbia with love for the bicycle Read more



Samuel Engelking

While we’re waiting to get to a place where there’s room for all of us on the road, we have to find ways of not killing each other. Here’s a crash course on the art of riding as political resistance. Read more



Benson Kua

BBC News recently called Toronto the worst city in the world to ride a bike, but there are many reasons to get back over to the sunny side of the street where cycling is concerned Read more



Sarah Lysecki

Bike tattoos are a “must-have” accessory for your bike to deter thieves and improve recovery rates. Read more



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Bike Share Toronto announces expansion with 1,000 new bikes and 90 more stations, mostly located outside the downtown core. Read more



Martin Reis

When the mayor talks about "a balance of all interests" between motorists, pedestrians and cyclists he ignores the reality of a system that is already monstrously out of whack Read more


Solo show based on Natalie Frijia's cross-country trek on two wheels takes you on a funny and insightful journey Read more



Andrew Reeves

An affluent city in which the act of riding a bike means our parents, partners, children and friends can die violent deaths is a travesty Read more

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David Hawe

The facts speak for themselves – more cyclists and pedestrians are dying on Toronto's streets than were when Toronto's Vision Zero road safety plan was adopted three years ago Read more


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Martin Reis

Participants at event to remember cyclist killed amid a recent upswing in bike-related fatalities say drivers are becoming increasingly aggressive on Toronto's streets Read more


The best events this summer include celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day at Fort York, kicking back in Kensington Market and riding the roller coaster at the CNE. Read more


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Cycle Toronto

The small stores, noodle houses and theaters in the Sheppard to Finch corridor provide a good deal of street life, but the strip could be much for vibrant designed around the needs of cyclists and walkers Read more

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Ken Greenberg

Two years after it was conceived as a waterfront destination, Torontonians are having trouble navigating redesigned pedestrian zone Read more

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Martin Reis

Rather than going long and thinking big, we saw a huge effort go into a couple of wards where there are progressive councillors, while the rest of the corridor is neglected Read more