The Past, Present, and Future: Effective Advocacy

Join us on December 8th for the second event in our Advocacy Forum Speaker Series!

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Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism Commitment from Cycle Toronto

For background information and to find out what actions Cycle Toronto is committed to in regards to Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism.

A message from our outgoing Executive Director and Board President

It is with bittersweet emotions that I share that this will be my last week as Executive Director of Cycle Toronto. Being part of the movement toward building a safe cycling city for all has been a tremendously meaningful part of my life over the last 10 years.
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Bicycle Safe Yield Law: Fact Sheet

Otherwise known as the “Idaho Stop” (in the state it originated in 1982) or the “Rolling Stop”, the Bicycle Safe Yield Law is a safe and effective way for people on bikes to approach intersections controlled by stop signs or red lights.

What we do

We engage a diversity of people in our work, pursuing evidence-based solutions that make cycling a viable option for all Torontonians.


We work to bring protected bike lanes on major streets as our main priority.


Bike lanes alone are not enough. We bring safe cycling education to people from all walks of life.
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We create fun ways to reduce barriers to riding more often.

Get involved

The movement for safer streets needs people like you. Time, energy, knowledge, money, and enthusiasm are welcomed.

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Move365 Campaigns

Get involved with our Move365 Campaigns and help bring cycling infrastructure to every part of the City!


Meet like-minded folks championing life on two wheels, and have fun while doing it.
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Fund our work making Toronto a bike friendly city for less than a cup of coffee a month.

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