It’s great news to see the changes in the Viaduct bike lanes occurring at long last! Since it’s inception in 1992 by Metro, there were some shortcomings in the eastbound travel, with a pinch point at the entry curve, and the challenge of going across the exit ramp to the Don Valley. Despite the historical […]
Another great day for a great big bike ride for Bloor bike lanes.
Thanks to all those who rode; and to those who helped out, including Clay and Paper who helped with the spectacle, and musicians Wayne Scott, Michael J trumpet man, Richard Underhill, the percussion group at Christie Pits and a Kensington-based band at Ave. Rd. Also new this year were Bells on Bloor T-shirts with the […]
Lawsuit Launched by Merchants on Bloor
A lawsuit is being launched by Clayton Ruby ‘s firm to get the construction on Bloor halted for consultation and an EA, as the reconstruction is doing a lot of harm to some of the merchants. This may be the ticket to ride to a bike-friendly, even Copenhagenized “Bluer” St. If the City is forced to re-open it or […]
Recap For Saturdays Ride
Despite the weather, which was wet and cold, we had an incredible turnout of over 20 riders. Spirits were high, and we had good turnouts from the East and West ends of the city. We picked up cyclists in each of the wards we passed through along the way. This is our answer to Mayor […]