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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Waiting for the light -
PHOTO OF THE DAY: A Rainy Tuesday On Richmond -
NEWS: Top 10 worst intersections for cyclists, vehicles in Toronto -
EVENT: Thurs, Nov. 13 – Toronto Bike Awards -
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Morning chat -
STOLEN: Bike that crossed Canada stolen outside Toronto bar -
INFRASTRUCTURE: Help the City improve the Bike Map for 2015 -
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Temporary Dissonance -
INFRASTRUCTURE: Buffered Bikelanes going in on Lansdowne! -
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Fountain Rider -
ELSEWHERE: NYC’s Citi Bike Is Finally Being Treated Like Public Transit -
HOW-TO: 8 tips for riding home in the dark -
NEWS: Cyclist dies after being struck by pickup truck -
OH YEAH! Bike Finder uses SMA to find Bikeshare Toronto bikes! -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win a set of Dandyhorse Magazine back issues! -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win a matted print from Culture Snap Photography! -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win a copy of the new Urban Cycling Survival Guide -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win a $50 Gift Card from Nuvango! -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win a Bikeshare Toronto membership! -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win Leaf Tickets! -
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Bike Share Toronto -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, win a new bike! -
Join (or Renew) with Cycle Toronto, get a free shirt -
NEWS: Cyclists pedaling Minimum Grid in election -
NEWS: Ministry of Labour orders bike racks removed from certain TTC buses -
OH YEAH! Nominate businesses for the Bike Friendly Business Awards -
OH YEAH! Why cycling advocacy matters, and how you can help -
NEWS: Drivers who door cyclists, use phones face tougher fines in Ontario -
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Cycling the dog -
Better bike lanes are an ingredient for great cities, not a recipe | PeopleForBikes -
A protected bike lane in Pittsburgh's university district, 2014. There's not much question that quality bike lanes make it much nicer to ride a bike. Seville could never have leapt from 0.6 percent to 7 percent of trips by bike in six years if not for its new 80-mile network of protected bike lane - bikingtoronto
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