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What does it take to get a bike lane built?
There is a lot of work ahead in 2022, and Cycle Toronto’s team of staff, volunteers, and local partners are ready to meet this moment and keep rolling forward.
What does it take to build a culture of cycling?
By using her passion for sustainable living and community organizing, and perspective as a new rider, Sonam hopes to help people all over Toronto to discover or deepen their love of cycling.
What does it take to get someone on a bike?
This year, Taneisha was excited to lead our effort to bring cycling engagement activities to all 25 wards in the city — a first for our organization.
Scarborough Needs a Cycling Network
A short documentary of people riding bikes in Scarborough — joy, health, utility, cost savings, fear, danger, lack of safety, and the common knowledge that Scarborough roads take lives.
Kingston Road Should Have Protected Bike Lanes
Cesar, Mahira, and Marvin are all calling for protected bike lanes, in their community, on Kingston Road in Scarborough.
Scarborough Residents Call for Protected Bike Lanes
People like Nita and A.Y. need safe cycling infrastructure to ensure that their families are safe, and for their own independence.
Thorncliffe & Flemingdon Cycling Community Leaders
Nazereh, Ghotai, Najia, and Hafeez are all leading the cycling community in Thorncliffe & Flemingdon in their own way.
Biking to the Frontline feat. Carmen Jones
Carmen relates her experience riding a bike to work as an oncology nurse at the beginning of the pandemic.
Biking to the Frontline feat. Rosa Phillip
Rosa switched to riding a bike to work at a busy downtown hospital as a Medical Laboratory Technologist processing tissue specimens to help pathologists diagnose diseases.
Breaking Barriers to Biking with Christopher McGarrell & ManDemCC
Christopher had to drive to Parry Sound to pick up his new bike at the beginning of the pandemic. He considers himself lucky to be able to make that trip; a lot of people can’t.