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 Miller’s statement that cyclists have to be more active in order to get bike lanes put in. Coming right before the election, the message is clear: Toronto’s Cycling community wants bike lanes on Bloor Street now!