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  • Bike to Work Day: Raining in the Morning, Raining Cash by the Afternoon

    Bike to work day started as a cold and rainy commute, but may have ended in a “Wynne” for Ontario cyclists. The provincial government just pledged over $40-million to improve cycling safety. This money is desperately needed in Toronto; where an unacceptable number of bike accidents are caused by inadequate and unsafe cycling infrastructure. One…

  • Spring has Sprung and Wheels are Turning

    The beginning of spring is as good a time as any to take a look at bike safety and bike accidents in the City of Toronto. Last year, Now Magazine helpfully published this graphic depicting cycling and pedestrian accidents that occurred in Toronto in May 2016: With the addition of Bloor, Richmond and Bayview bike…

  • A Cyclist’s Worst Nightmare: ‘Dooring’

    Growing up, you may remember being taught to look both ways before you walk across the street. Now drivers and passengers need this same advice before opening their car doors when parking on the street. Cyclists in Toronto have always had a tough time getting around the city and their rocky relationship with drivers is…

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