Tag Archives: Cycle Toronto

Why I Ride: Reasons 4-6

This is another entry in a series of posts about why I enjoy cycling. Check out Reasons 1-3. Number 4: It’s Cheap Other than the initial cost of purchasing the bike, the ongoing maintenance costs are quite minimal. I take my bike in for a spring tune-up at a local bike shop (Bikes @ St. […]

Volunteers distribute breakfast

Ride to Work Day 2013: Toronto

The morning was beautiful. The sun was shining sweetly and offsetting the coolness in the air. I reached Wychwood Barns, the meeting point in my area, to convene with other cyclists and ride together down to City Hall. Ride to Work Day is a feature of Bike Month in Toronto and cyclists gather at various […]

Bike Valet Ticket

Please take my bike

It was my first experience with valet parking ever. And in this case, I was parking my bike. Cycle Toronto and Autoshare teamed up on Saturday, June 8th to provide this amazing service to concert goers who arrived on two tires. The unique and awesome Arts & Crafts Field Trip Festival had a lot of cool features, including a limited […]

Why I ride: Reasons 1-3

There are so many good reasons to cycle. Over a series of posts, I will explore why I have decided to make cycling my preferred choice of transportation. Number 1: No Emissions Cycling is the most environmentally-friendly means of wheeled transportation that I can think of (with perhaps the exception of a wagon – but […]